AllBueaty 12pcs Cute Lovely Mixed Colorful Lace Stretch Elastic Headbands Hair Band Accessories – Excellent

first_imgSize: Approx. Beautiful: ) fit my 10 months old perfectly an Three Stars Can be used as chokers to,love them. Love these would recommend product & will use again. Great value for money my little girl loves having the choice of what colour to wear. Quality items fast delivery well made. Love these cute hair bands- my five month old has long hair falling into her eyes and these bands stay on her head ( although very occasionally, slips over her eyes but it doesn’t alarm her and due to lace like fabric, she can still through and isn’t scared. They come in an array of colours including neon yellow which we love. It was a very good product but could be in better material and a bit more decorative. Five Stars SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-05-13 21:39:10Reviewed Item 12pcs Cute Lovely Mixed Colorful Lace Stretch Elastic Headbands Hair Band AccessoriesRating 3.3 / 5  stars, based on  31  reviews We have bought better ones but these were ok and arrived exactly as ordered. Did take a while to arrive and several pieces had a lot of frayed thread. However i am happy with them and my daughter loves wearing them and colours are fantastic. Lovely colours fits well but not suitable for newborns suitable for 6 to 12 months and over. Bought for my wife to make headbands for our new granddaughter. She was well pleased and reckons she could make a fortune buying stuff on here and making her own. Said the quality of the bands she made with the items bought were better quality than some of the expensive headbands she was looking at. Bargin & there much better than i thought they were going to be. Features of 12pcs Cute Lovely Mixed Colorful Lace Stretch Elastic Headbands Hair Band AccessoriesFashion Accessories,soft ,elasticated and comfortable.Soft material and beautiful design is the best choice for your lovely childrenMaterial: Lace. colors sends random , you may receives repeat or different from the pictures showSize: Approx. 190 * 35 mm (LxW)/ 7.5″*1.4″(LxW)very elastic, suitable for baby in different agesFashion Accessories,soft ,elasticated and comfortable. Pretty headbands suitable for what i needed. Great selection just what i wanted. Beautiful 🙂 fit my 10 months old perfectly an fit my friends baby who is 1 an my 5 year old daughter, fast delivery. Loved these great for the price. I brought this to make headbands for my daughter as shes only 7months its hard to find ones that fit and wont dig in. These are perfect lovely bright and soft fabric. Will definitely be ordering some more, thanks. Soft material and beautiful design is the best choice for your lovely children very elastic, suitable for baby in different ages Material: Lace. Posted on May 13, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories HeadbandsTags AllBueatylast_img read more

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Google Hires Kenyan Activist to Shape Africa Policy

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… “The role will involve developing policy (and) strategies on a number of areas of relevance to Google and the Internet in Africa and will involve working with different parties including government leaders, policy makers, regulators, industry groups and so on. It is a huge opportunity to bring Google’s resources to bear as far as the growth and development of the internet in Africa (and hopefully a reminder of why I went to law school in the first place!).”Jon Gosier, Director of Product for SwiftRiver at Ushahidi told us he thinks Okolloh might help make Google’s actions on the continent more coherent. “Google Africa hasn’t really been as focused as it has been in other parts of the world. I think hiring Ory is the right move as she’s a lawyer, so she understands the policy side of things, but she also founded and ran a technology company for three years. There isn’t a better a choice for the position, although it’s bittersweet to lose one of my colleagues.”Okolloh told ReadWriteWeb she would be based in Johannesburg, RSA, starting in mid-January, with a portfolio that includes the whole of sub-Saharan Africa. “Overall, I’ll be working to get more people online and policies favorable to that, also (cultivate) support for local content and an environment which supports innovation.”Read more ReadWriteWeb coverage of Google and of Ushahidi. Okolloh photo from World Economic Forum | other sources: Los Angeles Times Kenyan Blogger Ory Okolloh has been hired by Google to oversee that company’s policy in Africa. Most people outside the continent imagine Africa as being the size of a France or two. (In reality it’s the size of the U.S., China, Japan and most of Europe.) So it’s a big job for a big company that hasbigplans over a big area of the world.Okolloh seems like a good candidate to handle such a job. A Harvard-educated attorney, she was involved in the global blogging project Global Voices early on and is the co-founder of crisis mapping outfit Ushahidi and a TED Fellow. She steps down from Ushahidi as Executive Director to take the Google job. On her blog, Okolloh described the new position of Policy Manager for Africa. curt hopkins Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Google#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts last_img read more

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UAAP volleyball: Adamson trumps UP for 2nd straight win

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