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Nighty-Night Gear For Your Black Sleeping Beauty ❤

May 10, 2020

May 10, 2020

Bonnet Babies

Bedtime Bestie Bonnet ($14)

Now, you can sleep even ‘PRETTY’-ier. Their ‘Bedtime Bestie Bonnet’ is just what your little princess needs as she rests her pretty head. The stay-put design ensures a worry-free night of protection of those braids, locs, kinks, curls and coils! Features: 💕Super Soft Lightweight Satin💕Reversible Wear 💕Comfortable hidden, no-touch elastic band 💕Add’t Sizing Options (available in Small & Large) 💕Princess Olivia and Princess Piper imagery.

Note: If your princess has a lot of hair, they recommend the large bonnet, as it allows for more space for braids, locs and bigger ponytails.

This is the real hook-up for all of our Black Sleeping Beauty princesses! I am so excited about discovering Pretty Pom. You’re going to love this store too! I have a feeling they will be sold-out soon, so don’t wait to get your gear. And to make it even better, this company was started by a Black mom to help instill a sense of pride in her six-year-old daughter, who began questioning her skin color and hair.

Pretty Plush 4pc. Blanket Set

Pretty Plush 4pc. Blanket Set ($60)

Who needs a sleepover when you have Bedtime Besties! It’s SO soft, you can’t help but cuddle up!

This 4-pc. set includes:

  • A smooth, full color, two-toned logo pillowcase and
  • The SOFTEST mid-weight cotton fleece blanket, which makes it perfect for any season
  • 2pc Euro pillowcase set (featuring Princess Olivia and Princess Piper)

Visually, it presents vibrant color tones, and imagery including both, Princess Olivia and Princess Piper. Sized universally to fit twin and full size beds perfectly. Wall stickers sold separately. Multiple sets used in this photo. NOTE: This set does not include sheets.

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