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26th Apr '16 2:03:28 PM Blazer
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* In the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' games, Amy Rose wears a headband, though her younger version, despite looking like she wore one here then, actually wore and handkerchief of sorts. Tikal wears a tiara and Blaze wears a hairband.



* Blake Belladonna in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' wears a black bow at all times to hide her LittleBitBeastly cat ears and avoid prejudice because of said ears.

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* Blake Belladonna in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' wears a black bow at all times to hide her LittleBitBeastly cat ears and avoid prejudice because of said ears. Other hair decorations include Weiss Schnee's snowflake-like hair tie, Penny Polendina's own hair bow, the Malachite Twins and their flower-like hair decs and Pyrrha Nikos' circlet [[spoiler:which is all that is left of her after Cinder murders her.]]
21st Apr '16 1:24:36 AM Pichu-kun
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* [[ComicBook/{{Spiderman}} Gwen Stacy's]] headband.

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* [[ComicBook/{{Spiderman}} ''ComicBook/{{Spiderman}}'': Gwen Stacy's]] Stacy's headband.



* Princess Ozma wears a large hair bow in Marvel's Oz graphic novels.

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* Princess Ozma wears a large hair bow in Marvel's Oz ''Oz'' graphic novels.



* Vala Mal Doran on ''Series/StargateSG1'' tended to wear her hair in [[GirlishPigtails a pair of tails]], or at least had sparkly clips or a tiara. Compared with actress Claudia Black's neat little braid as Aeryn Sun in ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', the difference is impressive.
** It should be noted, however, that this does '''not''' make her [[SubvertedTrope any more innocent.]]
* Elizabeth from ''That's Just Me'' always wore her long hair in ponytails, pigtails, rope braids, braids, buns, ondangos...and she never forgot her headbands!
** Recent episodes have her with short hair, so now she wears pretty headbands and barrettes to keep her bangs out of her face.

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* Vala Mal Doran on ''Series/StargateSG1'' tended to wear her hair in [[GirlishPigtails a pair of tails]], or at least had sparkly clips or a tiara. Compared with actress Claudia Black's neat little braid as Aeryn Sun in ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', the difference is impressive.
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impressive. It should be noted, however, that this does '''not''' make her [[SubvertedTrope any more innocent.]]
* Elizabeth from ''That's Just Me'' always wore her long hair in ponytails, pigtails, rope braids, braids, buns, ondangos...and she never forgot her headbands!
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headbands! Later episodes have her with short hair, so now she wears pretty headbands and barrettes to keep her bangs out of her face.



* Rachel Summerlyn's excellent {{tag team}} partner Jessica James is known for tying all sorts of things into her hair, such as strings with neo colored feathers attached.[[/folder]]

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* Rachel Summerlyn's excellent {{tag team}} partner Jessica James is known for tying all sorts of things into her hair, such as strings with neo colored feathers attached.attached.
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* In VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft, female goblins have a few hairstyles with skull decs in their hair. It's pretty damn cute.

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* In VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft, ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', female goblins have a few hairstyles with skull decs in their hair. It's pretty damn cute.


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* Both Rose (a headband) and Haley (bands in her GirlishPigtails) have hair decorations in season 1 of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. With the huge art design revamp of season 2, they were removed.
10th Apr '16 8:18:41 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Almost all the women in the army wear hair decs: Felicia and Flora (maid hairbands), Camilla (black tiara with small wings that look a bit like cat ears), Elise (black gemmed bows for her MegaTwintails), Sakura (white band with a chrysanthemum-shaped brooch), Azura (blue and gold headband with a white veil), Charlotte (big white bow), Selena (small black ribbons), Beruka (purple hairband), Hana (MartialArtsHeadband), Rinkah (gold and red sort-of ornament), Oboro (slim black hairband), Orochi (two gold hairpins and one golden comb), Scarlet (blue headband), Setsuna (lacy beige band), Kagero (single white paper ribbon), Mitama (''three'' white paper ribbons), Rhajat (handmade hairband with two round decs, apparently standard for Diviners), Sophie (black hairband), Midoriko (black tiny bows), Mozu (two beige roses), Soleil (white and gold headband [[spoiler: which may be the same one her grandmother Olivia used]]), Ophelia (slim golden forehead band), Nina (lacy headband), Caeldori (white headband with small wings, not unlike Cordelia's clips [[spoiler: since she is an {{expy}} of hers ''and'' can potentially be her granddaughter]]).

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** Almost all the women in the army wear hair decs: Felicia and Flora (maid hairbands), Camilla (black tiara with small wings that look a bit like cat ears), Elise (black gemmed bows for her MegaTwintails), Sakura (white band with a chrysanthemum-shaped brooch), Azura (blue and gold headband with a white veil), Charlotte (big white bow), Selena (small black ribbons), Beruka (purple hairband), Hana (MartialArtsHeadband), Rinkah (gold and red sort-of ornament), Oboro (slim black hairband), Orochi (two gold hairpins and one golden comb), Scarlet (blue headband), Setsuna (lacy beige band), Kagero (single white paper ribbon), Mitama (''three'' white paper ribbons), Rhajat (handmade hairband with two round decs, apparently standard for Diviners), Sophie (black hairband), Midoriko (black tiny bows), Mozu (two beige roses), Soleil (white and gold headband [[spoiler: which may be the same one her grandmother Olivia used]]), Ophelia (slim golden forehead band), Nina (lacy headband), Caeldori (white headband with small wings, not unlike Cordelia's clips [[spoiler: since she is an {{expy}} of hers ''and'' can potentially be her granddaughter]]).granddaughter]]), Peri (gray and white headband with a big bow).
10th Apr '16 8:09:00 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Almost all the women in the army wear hair decs: Felicia and Flora (maid hairbands), Camilla (black tiara with small wings that look a bit like cat ears), Elise (black gemmed bows for her MegaTwintails), Sakura (white band with a chrysanthemum-shaped brooch), Azura (blue and gold headband with a white veil), Charlotte (big white bow), Luna (small black ribbons), Beruka (purple hairband), Hana (MartialArtsHeadband), Rinkah (gold and red sort-of ornament), Oboro (slim black hairband), Orochi (two gold hairpins and one golden comb), Scarlet (blue headband), Setsuna (lacy beige band), Kagero (single white paper ribbon), Mitama (''three'' white paper ribbons), Rhajat (handmade hairband with two round decs, apparently standard for Diviners), Sophie (black hairband), Midoriko (black tiny bows), Mozu (two beige roses), Soleil (white and gold headband [[spoiler: which may be the same one her grandmother Olivia used]]), Ophelia (slim golden forehead band), Eponine (lacy headband).
** ''Fates'' is also the rare game where several ''[[RareMaleExample men]]'' wear hair ornaments: Xander (slim Roman Empire-like headband), Leo (slim black band), Hayato (Diviner headband [[spoiler: not unlike his daughter Rhajat's]]), Azama (beige and black headband similar to those worn by ''yamabushi'' priests), Kaze (slim forehead band), Odin (another forehead band, but red and with a white gem), Takumi (two red bands keeping his RapunzelHair in check), Izana (small golden dec), Subaki (black and gold pin), Gurei and Shinonome (black headbands), etc.

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** Almost all the women in the army wear hair decs: Felicia and Flora (maid hairbands), Camilla (black tiara with small wings that look a bit like cat ears), Elise (black gemmed bows for her MegaTwintails), Sakura (white band with a chrysanthemum-shaped brooch), Azura (blue and gold headband with a white veil), Charlotte (big white bow), Luna Selena (small black ribbons), Beruka (purple hairband), Hana (MartialArtsHeadband), Rinkah (gold and red sort-of ornament), Oboro (slim black hairband), Orochi (two gold hairpins and one golden comb), Scarlet (blue headband), Setsuna (lacy beige band), Kagero (single white paper ribbon), Mitama (''three'' white paper ribbons), Rhajat (handmade hairband with two round decs, apparently standard for Diviners), Sophie (black hairband), Midoriko (black tiny bows), Mozu (two beige roses), Soleil (white and gold headband [[spoiler: which may be the same one her grandmother Olivia used]]), Ophelia (slim golden forehead band), Eponine Nina (lacy headband).
headband), Caeldori (white headband with small wings, not unlike Cordelia's clips [[spoiler: since she is an {{expy}} of hers ''and'' can potentially be her granddaughter]]).
** ''Fates'' is also the rare game where several ''[[RareMaleExample men]]'' wear hair ornaments: the Male Avatar (can optionally be given a slim forehea band), Xander (slim Roman (Roman Empire-like headband), Leo (slim black band), (black headband), Hayato (Diviner headband [[spoiler: not unlike his daughter Rhajat's]]), Azama (beige and black headband similar to those worn by ''yamabushi'' priests), Kaze (slim black forehead band), Odin (another forehead band, but red and with a white gem), Takumi (two red bands keeping his RapunzelHair in check), Izana (small golden dec), Subaki (black and gold pin), Gurei Asugi and Shinonome (black headbands), Hinata (red pin), etc.
4th Apr '16 3:37:03 AM AnotherDuck
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* In ''Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel'' Ashigara wears a pair of hair clips in the shape of a stylised wolf, which along with her CuteLittleFangs reference her RealLife counterpart's nickname "The Hungry Wolf".
25th Mar '16 9:45:42 AM Eievie
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-->''Literature/MemoirsOfAGeisha'', '''Mameha'''

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-->''Literature/MemoirsOfAGeisha'', -->-- ''Literature/MemoirsOfAGeisha'', '''Mameha'''



* Hild from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' - the amount of decorations and ornaments in her hair are stunning, and make her look even MORE beautiful. Her daughter seems to copy this aspect of her.

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* Hild from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' - the ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''--the amount of decorations and ornaments in her hair are stunning, and make her look even MORE beautiful. Her daughter seems to copy this aspect of her.



* All the main characters from ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' have some kind of hair decoration. But Uiharu Kazari definitely tops them all - she basically wears a bouquet for a hairband. (Her younger self apparently only wore a flower or two, but it's grown since then.)

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* All the main characters from ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' have some kind of hair decoration. But Uiharu Kazari definitely tops them all - she all--she basically wears a bouquet for a hairband. (Her younger self apparently only wore a flower or two, but it's grown since then.)



* Not even Creator/KatsuhiroOtomo is immune - Etsuko, the little girl who is the protagonist of ''Manga/{{Domu}}'', hold back her curly hair with two clips, reminding the audience that she's only a child [[ExtraordinarilyEmpoweredGirl but one that can save them.]]

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* Not even Creator/KatsuhiroOtomo is immune - Etsuko, immune--Etsuko, the little girl who is the protagonist of ''Manga/{{Domu}}'', hold back her curly hair with two clips, reminding the audience that she's only a child [[ExtraordinarilyEmpoweredGirl but one that can save them.]]



** Haruhi's [[IconicOutfit yellow or orange ribbon]]. She used to change hair decs daily (as well as wearing her hair loose on Monday, and adding one tail/bun/braid/whatever for each subsequent day of the week) until Kyon remarked on it; the next day, she came to school with the yellow ribbon and much shorter hair, a look she's kept from then on. [[spoiler: It's hinted that such was the hairstyle she used when she ''really'' met Kyon... three years ago.]] Haruhi's ribbon is a notable sticking point for the gender swapped version of the show -- some artists make it into a {{Hachimaki}} like headband or a pair of headphones, while others just leave it as is, with the HandWave that he ''is'' eccentric.

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** Haruhi's [[IconicOutfit yellow or orange ribbon]]. She used to change hair decs daily (as well as wearing her hair loose on Monday, and adding one tail/bun/braid/whatever for each subsequent day of the week) until Kyon remarked on it; the next day, she came to school with the yellow ribbon and much shorter hair, a look she's kept from then on. [[spoiler: It's hinted that such was the hairstyle she used when she ''really'' met Kyon... three years ago.]] Haruhi's ribbon is a notable sticking point for the gender swapped version of the show -- some show--some artists make it into a {{Hachimaki}} like headband or a pair of headphones, while others just leave it as is, with the HandWave that he ''is'' eccentric.



* Asuka from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' always wears her "A-10 clips", a headset that's part of the UnusualUserInterface for the titular [[HumongousMecha Evangelions]], even when she is out of uniform. This is symbolic of just how passionate she is about her career as an Evangelion pilot, and -tragically- how little life she really has outside of it.

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* Asuka from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' always wears her "A-10 clips", a headset that's part of the UnusualUserInterface for the titular [[HumongousMecha Evangelions]], even when she is out of uniform. This is symbolic of just how passionate she is about her career as an Evangelion pilot, and -tragically- how and--tragically--how little life she really has outside of it.



* Plot point in ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger'' - Natsuki usually wears her hair in twin tails. But when her true identity as the last princess of Lemuria is revealed, she loses the yellow bands that hold them, and turns against the team. Once she gets her memory back and returns to normal, she starts wearing the twin tails again.

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* Plot point in ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger'' - Natsuki ''Series/GoGoSentaiBoukenger''--Natsuki usually wears her hair in twin tails. But when her true identity as the last princess of Lemuria is revealed, she loses the yellow bands that hold them, and turns against the team. Once she gets her memory back and returns to normal, she starts wearing the twin tails again.



* Many girls in the ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' games -- particularly the girls of ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand''. Each of them has a hair decoration of some sort; even [[TheDragon Malice]] offers a hairband as an item drop once.

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* Many girls in the ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' games -- particularly games--particularly the girls of ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand''. Each of them has a hair decoration of some sort; even [[TheDragon Malice]] offers a hairband as an item drop once.



** In an extremely rare male example, [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130227105008/finalfantasy/images/c/cf/CaiusFMV.png Caius Ballad]] of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' has a several accessories - most noticably, his headband, but he also sports plenty of beads and feathers.

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** In an extremely rare male example, [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130227105008/finalfantasy/images/c/cf/CaiusFMV.png Caius Ballad]] of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII2'' has a several accessories - most accessories--most noticably, his headband, but he also sports plenty of beads and feathers.



* Applies to the majority of cute female characters in ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''. Even Gadget's goggles may count -- [[GogglesDoNothing she certainly doesn't wear them for their practical utility]]. One of the main differences between her and [[EvilTwin Lahwhinie]] is that the latter is wearing a flower in her hair. On the other hand, Gadget is seen wearing the very same flower instead of her goggles in two other episodes.

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* Applies to the majority of cute female characters in ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''. Even Gadget's goggles may count -- [[GogglesDoNothing count--[[GogglesDoNothing she certainly doesn't wear them for their practical utility]]. One of the main differences between her and [[EvilTwin Lahwhinie]] is that the latter is wearing a flower in her hair. On the other hand, Gadget is seen wearing the very same flower instead of her goggles in two other episodes.



* Lil of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' wears a pink bow in the only lock of hair she has. She occasionally trades it with her brother Phil to pretend to be him - they can still be distinguished from each other, if you look closely, but the only real distinction is that he wears shorts under his duckie smock and hers is a dress. Lil also has longer earlobes in most episodes, and she wears pink shoes in contrasts to Phil's blue pair.

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* Lil of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' wears a pink bow in the only lock of hair she has. She occasionally trades it with her brother Phil to pretend to be him - they him--they can still be distinguished from each other, if you look closely, but the only real distinction is that he wears shorts under his duckie smock and hers is a dress. Lil also has longer earlobes in most episodes, and she wears pink shoes in contrasts to Phil's blue pair.
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->''"Dreams are like flowers in your hair! Girls wear many of them. Adults look foolish even with '''one'''."''
-->''Literature/MemoirsOfAGeisha'', '''Mameha'''
23rd Mar '16 2:20:53 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' manga: Aversion -- Sakaki thinks Chiyo looks awfully cute in a plaid bow she wears once. She desperately wants to be cute herself, but when she does an ImagineSpot about what this would look like, she realizes her [[FaceOfAThug fierce aura]] is too overpowering.

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* ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'' manga: Aversion -- ''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'':
** A subversion occurs in the manga.
Sakaki thinks Chiyo looks awfully cute in a plaid bow she wears once. She desperately wants to be cute herself, but when she does an ImagineSpot about what this would look like, she realizes her [[FaceOfAThug fierce aura]] is too overpowering.



* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'': [[CosplayOtakuGirl Renge]] has a giant bow on her head that makes her stand out from the rest of the girls, though it doesn't really make her cuter, just more Renge.

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* ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'': ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'':
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[[CosplayOtakuGirl Renge]] has a giant bow on her head that makes her stand out from the rest of the girls, though it doesn't really make her cuter, just more Renge.



* Madoka Kaname in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' spends her time in the morning choosing which ribbon she's going to wear on her hair to make herself attractive. Her friends even lampshade it. [[spoiler:It later becomes Homura's TragicKeepsake.]]

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* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'':
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Madoka Kaname in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' spends her time in the morning choosing which ribbon she's going to wear on her hair to make herself attractive. Her friends even lampshade it. [[spoiler:It later becomes Homura's TragicKeepsake.]]



* Ukyo in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' wears a big white ribbon in her hair tied with a bow on the side, and sometimes uses a matching ribbon to tie back her sleeves. Both are traditional signs of her trade as a small restaurateur.

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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'':
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Ukyo in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' wears a big white ribbon in her hair tied with a bow on the side, and sometimes uses a matching ribbon to tie back her sleeves. Both are traditional signs of her trade as a small restaurateur.



* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': Kaoru has her hair ribbons. By the end of the manga [[spoiler: she stops wearing them and has a more mature look upon becoming a [[BabiesEverAfter mother]].]]

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'':
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Kaoru has her hair ribbons. By the end of the manga [[spoiler: she stops wearing them and has a more mature look upon becoming a [[BabiesEverAfter mother]].]]



* Trans girl Nitori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' sometimes wears hair decorations when out as a girl. She usually wears a hair pin or headband when not wearing a wig. In fact the first article of female attire she owned was a headband.

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* Trans girl ''Manga/WanderingSon'':
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Nitori from ''Manga/WanderingSon'' sometimes wears hair decorations when out as a girl. She usually wears a hair pin or headband when not wearing a wig. In fact the first article of female attire she owned was a headband.headband.
** Mako usually wears a headband when going out as a girl.



* Manga/{{Yotsuba}} is cute enough normally, but when she adds bunny hair ties to her pigtails while dressing up for a [[FestivalEpisode festival]], the {{moe}} is turned UpToEleven.

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* Manga/{{Yotsuba}} ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}'':
** Yotsuba
is cute enough normally, but when she adds bunny hair ties to her pigtails while dressing up for a [[FestivalEpisode festival]], the {{moe}} is turned UpToEleven.



** Cinderella has a white headband with a bow on it, a silver headband, and a white crown.

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** Cinderella Disney/{{Cinderella}} has a white headband with a bow on it, a silver headband, and a white crown.



* Vanellope von Schweetz in ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' takes it UpToEleven; she seems to have stuck roughly 40 small pieces of candy, including a peppermint disk and a gummy bear, onto her own hair. (Though Ralph says she has "dirty hair"; maybe that's what dirty hair looks like in a world where everything, including the dirt, is made of candy.) Her ponytail is tied with a licorice stick. Some of the other ''Sugar Rush'' racers have candy in their hair too, though not to Vanellope's extent. Minty Zaki has a large candy wrapper tied in a bow, Snowanna Rainbeau has a spoon in her sherbet-looking FunnyAfro where a hair comb would stereotypically be, and for a male example, Rancis Fluggerbutter has a peanut butter cup on the side of his head.

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* ''Disney/WreckItRalph'':
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Vanellope von Schweetz in ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' takes it UpToEleven; she seems to have stuck roughly 40 small pieces of candy, including a peppermint disk and a gummy bear, onto her own hair. (Though Ralph says she has "dirty hair"; maybe that's what dirty hair looks like in a world where everything, including the dirt, is made of candy.) Her ponytail is tied with a licorice stick.
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Some of the other ''Sugar Rush'' racers have candy in their hair too, though not to Vanellope's extent. extent.
Minty Zaki has a large candy wrapper tied in a bow, Snowanna Rainbeau has a spoon in her sherbet-looking FunnyAfro where a hair comb would stereotypically be, and for a male example, Rancis Fluggerbutter has a peanut butter cup on the side of his head.



* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', several of the Kokiri girls have hair decorations.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', several of the Kokiri girls have hair decorations.



* [[DumbBlonde Tess]] from ''JakAndDaxter'' has a pink hairband.

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* [[DumbBlonde Tess]] from ''JakAndDaxter'' ''VideoGame/JakAndDaxter'' has a pink hairband.



* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' gives a Female Avatar ''many'' prospect hairpins and headbands, and official art gives her a black band with a golden brooch.

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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' gives a ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'':
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Female Avatar has ''many'' prospect hairpins and headbands, and official art gives her a black band with a golden brooch.



* In ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing: Wild World'', Blathers's little sister Celeste wears a big pink bow. (Though these would be ''feather'' decs instead of ''hair'' decs...)
* Paula, from ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', wears a large red ribbon in her hair. She can also equip a range of ribbon accessories.

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* In ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing: Wild World'', Blathers's little sister Celeste wears a big pink bow. (Though these would be ''feather'' decs instead of ''hair'' decs...)
) The protagonist can also wear hair decs starting with ''Wild World''.
* Paula, from ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', ''VideoGame/EarthBound'':
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wears a large red ribbon in her hair. She can also equip a range of ribbon accessories.



* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'', many girls use pins and bows. Yuri has a red band, Athena has a red hairbow with a golden star (and later switches to a white one), Mai wears a traditional pin [[ItWasAGift given to her by her late grandmother]], Momoko has a big fat pink bow, Xiangfei has baubles, Kasumi wears a red band with a small plate on the front, Chizuru has a white headband [[spoiler: and so does her sister Maki]], Rose either wars bows or a small crown.
** RareMaleExample? [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ash Crimson]] and his black headband [[spoiler: which [[TragicKeepsake Elisabeth keeps]] when he's {{ret gone}}d.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'', many girls use pins and bows. Yuri has a red band, Athena has a red hairbow with a golden star (and later switches to a white one), Mai wears a traditional pin [[ItWasAGift given to her by her late grandmother]], Momoko has a big fat pink bow, Xiangfei has baubles, Kasumi wears a red band with a small plate on the front, Chizuru has a white headband [[spoiler: and so does her sister Maki]], Rose either wars bows or a small crown.
** RareMaleExample?
crown. A RareMaleExample also occurs. [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ash Crimson]] and his black headband [[spoiler: which [[TragicKeepsake Elisabeth keeps]] when he's {{ret gone}}d.]]



* Nearly every single human {{Player Character}} in the ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}'' video games has a hat, bandana, or some head accessory. [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:PlayerCharactersGrouped.png The characters from the core series all have them, and even in Pokemon XY, where you can customize your outfit, hats are still mandatory.]] In Pokemon Ranger, the player characters wear red sweatbands on their heads. Guardian signs switches this to goggles. Shadow of Almia doesn't have this for the boy, but the girl has pigtails that are held with visible pink scrunchies. Pokemon Conquest, based on feudal Japan, has these [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Conquest_Heroine_I.png samurai-like]] [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Conquest_Hero_I.png head pieces]]

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* Nearly every single human {{Player Character}} in the ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}'' video games has a hat, bandana, or some head accessory. [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:PlayerCharactersGrouped.png The characters from the core series all have them, and even in Pokemon XY, ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', where you can customize your outfit, hats are still mandatory.]] In Pokemon Ranger, ''VideoGame/PokemonRanger'', the player characters wear red sweatbands on their heads. Guardian signs switches this to goggles. Shadow ''Shadow of Almia Almia'' doesn't have this for the boy, but the girl has pigtails that are held with visible pink scrunchies. Pokemon Conquest, ''VideoGame/PokemonConquest'', based on feudal Japan, has these [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Conquest_Heroine_I.png samurai-like]] [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/File:Conquest_Hero_I.png head pieces]]



* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': Satoko wears a headband and Mion wears a yellow ribbon. Averted with Hanyuu, as in-series some do believe she's wearing hair accessories however she really ''does'' have [[HornedHumanoid horns]].

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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': Satoko wears a headband and Mion wears a yellow ribbon. Averted Subverted with Hanyuu, as in-series some do believe she's wearing hair accessories however she really ''does'' have [[HornedHumanoid horns]].



* Many of the girls in ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' use different kinds of hair decs. In the first game, main heroine Shiori collects them, so if you give her clips and ribbons you'll get quite the brownie points with her.

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* ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'':
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Many of the girls in ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' use different kinds of hair decs. In the first game, main heroine Shiori collects them, so if you give her clips and ribbons you'll get quite the brownie points with her.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Korra's hair is rarely seen not in its usual encased tri-tail style and Asami always has half of her hair pinned back with a [usually] simple hair clip.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
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Korra's hair is rarely seen not in its usual encased tri-tail style and style.
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Asami always has half of her hair pinned back with a [usually] simple hair clip.



* Daphne, and now Velma, from ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''.

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* Daphne, and now Velma, Daphne from ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo''.''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' usually wears a headband. Velma has a hair accessory in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' as a part of her [[ProgressivelyPrettier redesign]].



* All the Ponies in G1 of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePony'' had a ribbon on their tail. Megan, the TokenHuman, had a pink bow too, and her little sister Molly had hair baubles.

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* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'':
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All the Ponies in G1 of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePony'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'' had a ribbon on their tail. Megan, the TokenHuman, had a pink bow too, and her little sister Molly had hair baubles.



** In "Rescue at Midnight Castle," Bowtie had two yellow ribbons in her hair, along with her tail ribbon.

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** In "Rescue "[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTVSpecials Rescue at Midnight Castle," Castle]]," Bowtie had two yellow ribbons in her hair, along with her tail ribbon.



* Isabella from ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' wears a pink bow in most of the episodes she appears in, while Candace's friend Stacy usually wears a blue ribbon in her hair.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
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Isabella from ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' wears a pink bow in most of the episodes she appears in, while in.
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Candace's friend Stacy usually wears a blue ribbon in her hair.



** The main design difference Bubbles is given in the 2016 reboot is that she now has blue hair decorations holding up her GirlishPigtails.

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** The main design difference Bubbles is given in the [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 2016 reboot reboot]] is that she now has blue hair decorations holding up her GirlishPigtails.
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* Mariah/Mao from ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' wears a pink hair ribbon which is tied in a way that makes it resemble cat-ears.

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* ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'':
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Mariah/Mao from ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' wears a pink hair ribbon which is tied in a way that makes it resemble cat-ears.



* All Vocaloids wear some very cool headphones as part of their design, and many have their own signature hair decorations:

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* All Vocaloids ''Music/{{Vocaloid}}'' characters wear some very cool headphones as part of their design, and many have their own signature hair decorations:



* Blossom of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' wears a bow and a hairclip.



* The main design difference Bubbles from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' is given in the 2016 reboot is that she now has blue hair decorations holding up her GirlishPigtails.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'':
** Blossom wears a large bow.
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The main design difference Bubbles from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' is given in the 2016 reboot is that she now has blue hair decorations holding up her GirlishPigtails.
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* ''Manga/FruitsBasket'': Tohru is fond of wearing ribbons in her hair, as is Motoko. Kagura also wears them occasionally.

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* ''Manga/FruitsBasket'': ''Manga/FruitsBasket'':
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Tohru is fond of wearing ribbons in her hair, as is Motoko. Kagura also wears them occasionally.



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Sakura, who wears the Konoha headband like a ribbon (and had a ribbon when a child), and Ino, who exhibits a little hair slide in ''[[TimeSkip Shippuuden]]''.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Sakura, who wears the Konoha headband like a ribbon (and had a ribbon when prior to becoming a child), ninja), and Ino, who exhibits a little hair slide in ''[[TimeSkip Shippuuden]]''.



* This is popular with the Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es. In chronological order; Disney/SnowWhite wears blue and red headbands each with a bow on top; Cinderella has a white headband with a bow on it, a silver headband, and a white crown; [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] has a black headband and tiara, [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] has a white pearl barrette, large blue bow tied into a ribbon, and tiara; Belle has a blue ribbon and gold band; Jasmine has blue, purple and gold crowns with bands tying her hair, [[Disney/ThePrincessandtheFrog Tiana]] has a white feather and silver, green, and gold tiaras, and Rapunzel has flowers and a tiara.
* [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Alice]] is not a princess but wears the classic "Alice band' from the Tenniel illustrations.

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* This is popular with the Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es. In chronological order; order:
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Disney/SnowWhite wears blue and red headbands each with a bow on top; top.
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Cinderella has a white headband with a bow on it, a silver headband, and a white crown; crown.
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[[Disney/SleepingBeauty Aurora]] has a black headband and tiara, tiara.
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[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] has a white pearl barrette, large blue bow tied into a ribbon, and tiara; tiara.
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Belle from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' has a blue ribbon and gold band; band
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Jasmine from ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' has blue, purple and gold crowns with bands tying her hair, [[Disney/ThePrincessandtheFrog Tiana]] hair.
** Tiana from ''Disney/ThePrincessandtheFrog''
has a white feather and silver, green, and gold tiaras, and tiaras.
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Rapunzel has a few scenes where she wears flowers and all over her carefully multi-braided RapunzelHair. She also owns a tiara.
** After Elsa creates her signature blue dress in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', she makes a couple snowflake decorations in her hair.
* [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Alice]] Alice from ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' is not a princess but wears the classic "Alice band' from the Tenniel illustrations.



* After Elsa creates her signature blue dress in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', she makes a couple snowflake decorations in her hair.



* Also, Chihiro in ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' has a small band to tie back her hair. Later, she replaces it with a sparkly one that Zeniba says will protect her because [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming her friends made it for her.]] [[spoiler: After leaving the spirits' world at the end, a quick sparkle shows the audience that it wasn't all [[AllJustADream just a dream.]]]]
* As mentioned above, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': Rapunzel is a {{Moe}} GenkiGirl all the time, but the few scenes where she wears flowers all over her carefully multi-braided RapunzelHair are just made of sheer adorableness.

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* Also, Chihiro in ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' has a small band to tie back her hair. Later, she replaces it with a sparkly one that Zeniba says will protect her because [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming her friends made it for her.]] [[spoiler: After leaving the spirits' world at the end, a quick sparkle shows the audience that it wasn't all [[AllJustADream just a dream.]]]]
* As mentioned above, ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': Rapunzel is a {{Moe}} GenkiGirl all the time, but the few scenes where she wears flowers all over her carefully multi-braided RapunzelHair are just made of sheer adorableness.
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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': Satoko wears a headband and Mion wears a yellow ribbon.

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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': Satoko wears a headband and Mion wears a yellow ribbon. Averted with Hanyuu, as in-series some do believe she's wearing hair accessories however she really ''does'' have [[HornedHumanoid horns]].
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