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Moliabal Milano Luxury Hair Accessories

By Glasgow Skinner/ My Life On And Off The Guest List @guestlistblog
Everyone who knows me can hardly find an instance where I'm not wearing a headband (yes I wore them before they were as fashionable as they are now) and I'm always on the lookout for new fashionable hair accessories so when I was introduced the the very chic collection of luxury hair accessories from Moliabal Milano, I instantly fell in love.
Moliabal Milano Luxury Hair Accessories
Founded/designed by Monica Masini, the chic Moliabal Milano line of hair accessories, whose name is a combination of the first two letters of hers and her friends first names - Licia, Abele and Alberto - was established when Monica couldn't find anything exciting in hair accessories. Deciding it was time to create her hair ornament collection, she became focused on finding new materials and inspirations from everything she saw around her, thus creating the first Italian line completely dedicated to luxury hair accessories.
Moliabal Milano offers many styles of French pins, snap pins, ponytail holders, combs, claws which retail between $10.00 - $50.00 each. The line features products made of silk, cotton, beads and chiffon, etc. The concept of the entirely Black & White Collection is "easy chic and classic style". This concept gives the line the ability to satisfy women of all ages, making it perfect for every occasion, day or night. Each item is presented and sold in a branded organza bag (pictured above) which comes in three sizes - small, medium and large, matching the size of the accessories.
A self proclaimed perfectionist, Monica notes that she has re-made a sample 10 times until she found it perfect, sometimes driving her suppliers crazy but it's all done in the name of her passion and love of her brand. Monica herself has a very rich history in fragrance and private label accessories. From the age of five, she was traveling around the world with her father, a distributor of cosmetic brands and fragrances in the Italian market. To find out more on Moliabal Milano, check out their Facebook page - Moliabal Milano on Facebook.

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