Skull And Crossbones Bun Cover By WyreArt – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Skull And Crossbones Bun Cover By WyreArt

Kyle Wyatt creates unusual hair accessories, and this skull & crossbones bun cover is a great example of the artist’s unique work. Kyle usually designs the pieces using various metals and decorates them with colorful beads.

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