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    DIY hair accessories head band

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    DIY hair accessories how to maid a braided headband

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    Stand out as an Icon of Style.  Get inspired by the epitome of innovation, sleekness, technology and sportiness. Follow the Mercedes-Benz iconic road map for luxury and celebrate style with this DIY fashion project.  Inspired by iconic essentials and unique modern design , we created a j’amazing braided headband using Mercedes-Benz leather and layered in texture,  to top it off.  After all, it is Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and we want to cruise around in style. To create, cut a piece of le

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