Headbands and Hair Clips

Azizi Life's vision is: "to participate in local initiatives for the development of Rwandan communities working towards physical and spiritual wholeness for all."  They sell a unique hand woven palm leaf headband.

Mountain Maid partners "with local church members to produce products that provide a sustainable income."  They offer a cool bamboo hair clip.

Persona Grata Goods is "designed to help moms who care about the world make a difference in the lives of other moms!"  They offer colorful headbands and head ties, made by refugee moms.

Below find links to every kind of ethically-made hair accessory you could wish for,

and these ones are literally helping others wishes come true!

Three Cords Haiti vision is "to bring life transformation through an artisan business that focuses on employing Haitians with disabilities, as well as at-risk women." They sell beautiful hair cords and headbands through ViBella Jewelry (Note: Just search for "cord").

Rise (the name is inspired by Ezra 10:4) offers cute daisy hair clips and rosette hair clips, handcrafted in Haiti.

The Sparrow Studio's goal "is to create a marketplace for handmade jewelry, accessories, and home decor from a cooperative of women in Africa."  They sell colorful headwraps (some even have matching scarves!)

Krochet Kids began with the incredible story of three college-age guys who liked to crochet sharing that skill with refugee women in Uganda.  They sell cool crocheted headbands

Trades of Hope sells products made by women whose "story has changed from pain and struggle to a story of hope!"  They offer a pretty juniper headband set, made in India.

"Woven Joy, a Fair Trade Federation member, is a faith-based nonprofit organization working with artisans in the Philippines to create, produce and sell some of the world's finest quality handwoven friendship goods.”  They sell handwoven headbands in multiple color choices.

Hands Producing Hope works in Rwanda and Costa Rica with a mission of "providing the economic, educational, and spiritual resources necessary to empower remote communities to rise above poverty."  They offer beautiful handmade fabric headbands.

Amani ya Juu is a "social economic enterprise committed to peace and reconciliation for African women." They sew beautiful headbands in African prints.

2nd Story Goods is a subsidiary of Much Ministries and works in a small town in Haiti to provide much needed jobs and hope to their community.  They offer cute headbands and hair clips.

Eternal Threads "mission is 'weaving hope and justice' to improve the lives of women and children who are at risk from extreme poverty and trafficking."  They offer hair scrunchies and hand-crocheted headbands, each with a story to tell.

Papillon Enterprise is "creating jobs for mothers & fathers who don’t want to have to abandon their children to an orphanage because they can’t feed them."  They sell fabric headbands in lots of unique color patterns!

The Village Country Store is "a fair trade gift shop offering high quality unique handcrafted and handmade artisan gifts and crafts from around the globe."  They offer gorgeous barrettes and hair pins as well as knitted headbands for women and adorable flower headbands for little girls.

(I was so excited to find a headband which my four-year-old will keep on!!)

Vickery Trading Co. has a mission to renew hope for refugees through their children's clothing company which provides job training and support.  Shop their beautiful headbands, sewn by refugees starting a new life in Dallas, Texas.

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Ten Thousand Villages, "the original fair trader", started in 1946. They sell beautifully made headbands and hair clips. 

(To also find their products in a retail location near you, click here.)

Designed for Joy creates "artisan jobs for North Carolina women living at high risk for sex and labor trafficking and vulnerable to food and housing insecurities."  They offer fun reversible head wraps.

Partners for Just Trade is a "non-profit, faith-based organization that builds partnerships between producers living in extreme poverty and consumers in North America."  They sell cute hair pins, bands and scrunchies made from recycled fabrics.