The idea came to Doris O Bondø’s mind when she had her two girls nearly ten years ago. After trawling the shops for nice-looking hair clips for the girls at no avail, she decided to make her own.While initially keeping it as a hobby, providing samples for local shops in Trondheim, popular demand meant that she soon had her hands busy around the clock. Together with business partner Anita Kjøsnes, she started Den Lille Prikken Over I’en, translating roughly into ‘the little finishing touch’ or ‘the cherry on top’. “Customers come back for clips to match different outfits, and mothers seem to love them as much as their kids do,” Bondø says.