Charm Hair Extensions by CharmStrandz™ Are Cute, Fun & Fashionable Girls Hair Accessories

Girls can now create personalized hair extensions with clip-on charms and show off their unique style

Southampton, NY, July 17, 2012 --( Looking for cute and fun girls hair accessories for the summer? Well look no further. The Charm Hair Extensions from CharmStrandz™ ( put the capital F in Fun. With hundreds of charms available girls can create unique clip-in hair extensions with charms that match their own style.

“Kids love being creative but there’s always been very little opportunity for them to be creative with their hair accessories. Our idea was to take the fun and creativity girls have with charm bracelets and apply that same concept to a hair accessory… and that’s what led to our Charm Hair Extension.”

“With our Charm Extensions the possibilities are endless for girls to explore, create and show off their own unique style,” said Christine DeChiaro, owner and creator of CharmStrandz. “They’re also very affordable so moms really love them too!”

DeChiaro started the business in 2010 with just a few designs and the company has become so popular that it now offers hundreds of designs on the website and in various stores throughout the U.S. The Charm Hair Extensions start at $2.99 and all the charms are available for $1.29 each.

“I love my Charm Extensions!” said Lori, the 11 year old daughter of Patricia who is a mother of two girls. “I actually have a hard time getting the girls to take their Charm Extensions off. They really are so cute and so much fun for the kids."

About CharmStrandz
CharmStrandz Inc. is a kid's accessory company based in Southampton, New York, that lets kids create their own style accessories with clip-on charms. CharmStrandz makes it easy and fun for girls and boys of all ages to explore their creativity and show off their own unique style. For more information about CharmStrandz, visit

CharmStrandz™ is a trademark of CharmStrandz Inc. The CharmStrandz products are patent pending.
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