Hawaiian Hair Picks
For generations, it has been Hawaiian custom for a wahine (woman) to place a flower behind her ear. Not only did this serve as a beautiful adornment, but it had a dual purpose. It was an indication of whether or not she was taken. On her right, she was available. On her left, time for the kane (man) to look elsewhere.
These beautiful Hawaiian hair picks are all handmade to the detail. A polymer/clay mixture is shaped into these beautiful flowers that are both incredibly realistic and durable.
We offer a variety of flowers, including the plumeria and Hawaiian state flower, the hibiscus!
The only question remains, which side do you wear it on?