Voodoo Headpiece Accessory
Cast your mysterious voodoo spells on unsuspecting guests this Halloween! After all, every Queen needs a tiara… even a voodoo one! This VooDoo Headpiece is the perfect accessory to complete your Voodoo priest or priestess costume. It can be used for themes such as Day of the Dead, undead dolls and many more ideas. The VooDoo Headpiece accessory sits comfortably on your head and stays in place as you hit the Halloween party looking your best.
2-3 Day Delivery – £3.99
1-2 Day Delivery – £4.99
Next Day before 6pm – £7.99
Saturday before 1pm – £23.50
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Please note that it is not possible to return items purchased from our website to our stores. You must follow our returns policy and return goods by post.
You may return any purchase to us made over the web to us subject to the following:
- Items must be returned unused, with all original packing material within 14 working days of purchase
- Items must be unused and in a saleable condition
- Items such as wigs, makeup, teeth or underwear must be returned unopened and unused with the tamper seals in place where tamper seals are provided
Include the delivery note or a copy of your email invoice with the goods. Send the goods in appropriate packaging.
We do not refund return shipping costs: it is your responsibility to return items to us; we recommend using a traceable service offering proof of delivery such as Royal Mail Signed For 1st Class. Angels cannot be held responsible if anything is lost, stolen or damaged in transit.
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Please note that it is not possible to return items purchased from our website to our Shaftesbury Avenue Shop or Hendon Shop. You must follow our returns policy and return goods by post.
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