This style is also available in a headband here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/69877062/felt-daisy-headband, or you may request an elastic headband as pictured on the baby in the listing picture for an additional $2.50. These clips are so cute on ponytails, as my daughter demonstrates with the light yellow similar clips- if you'd like a pair, just message me!
Here are answers to commonly asked questions about clip style and orientation.
Clip "Side" or Orientation
I do clip orientation from the perspective of the person wearing the clip. So if your child parts her hair on her left side and sweeps her bangs to her right side, you would want a right-sided clip- even though the clip will be on YOUR left side as you are looking at her. f you'd like an example of what this looks like I can send you a picture. If you would like a pair (one for each side), you can select "other" from the orientation menu and put "pair" in the instructions.
Generally, the slip-resistant alligator clips tend to be the best for most types of hair. I use a "slip-grip" surface on the inside of the clip to help it hold better in fine hair. A child needs enough hair to pull some to the side, or up into a teeny ponytail to be able to hold the alligator clips in. The baby snap clips are tiny little snap clips that work best when baby has just a little bit of wispy hair. I also like these clips for use with headbands as they are small enough to hide completely behind the flower or other decoration and can make a seamless attachment with the headband (the alligator clips do show a bit on the side when attached to headbands). Sometimes I also offer a 40mm snap clip option for larger bows or heavier flowers, which is still small enough to hide underneath the bow or flower, but big enough hold some hair back a little more firmly than the baby snap clips do. (you can always request this style in the instructions if you find it works well for you).