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'They're only hair clips'… school bans on JoJo bows upset parents
Mar 7, 2017 - The Daily Telegraph (London)

THEY are the latest must-have hair accessory among tweenage girls, but now the "JoJo bow" has been banned from school classrooms across the UK after teachers ruled they were distracting children from studying.

The oversized and often brightly coloured bows are the latest craze to hit the playground, and are being worn by thousands of junior-age children to decorate a scraped-back ponytail.

Sold exclusively at tween-focused retailer Claire's Accessories, the clips are inspired by JoJo

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