Two solid, upward facing horns that split along their growth, ending in two pincer like points.
A set of four horns that adorn the top of a babs head, usually two and two, one set larger than the other, although all four can be the same size.
Absolutely no horns whatsoever! Where'd they go?
A set of 3 - 5 horns that adorn a babs head, in a simple 'V' formation. These horns are often small and squat, and give a princely look to the bab that bears them.
A pair of tightly swirled horns that grow in a cone shape. If you were to unwind these horns something tells me they'd be deceptively long.
A pair of rather sizable horns that curl in a loose spiral as they grow.
A single, proud horn that swirls from base to tip. The beginnings of something whimsical.
A pair of peculiar horns that are thinner at the base, curving forward and ending in a bulb, giving the feeling of buggy antennas.
A pair of horns that grow from the cheek line, growing upward and curling back towards the ears. These horns frame the face delicately, and give the bearer a more whimsical appearance.
Sometimes a babs natural horns gain an unusual defect where the ends of them split and grow apart. Often seen as a blemish to a perectly servicable pair of horns, they've gained a rather mean-spirited nickname.
A gently curving pair of horns that, somewhere along their base, gain a smaller prong that grows against the natural shape.
Two pronged horns that grow in a 'V' formation, ending in sharp points.
A pair of horns that are thicker at the base, growing thinner at the mid point. They're said to resemble little bottles.
A pair of horns that curve pleasantly as they grow tall, with a single large prong branching off the base horn. A smaller nub can also accompany the larger branch.
A pair of horns that grow up, and curve back towards the ears, thicker at the tips, they come with a shorter prong at the front. A gentle horn style.
A pair of two pronged horns where one side is longer than the other. Ending in bulbs, these horns give a softer appearance to their bearer.
A pair of bulbous horns that gained the nickname "turnips" due to the unusual prongs that sprout from the tops.
A pair of horns that grow upwards and forwards, gaining a gentle sway as it grows. These horns bring to mind the hooded cap of a jester at times.
Two sizable horns that begin to wobble early into their growth stages, ending in an unusual shape once the bab reaches adulthood.
A rebellious looking set of horns, 3 - 5 horns that grow in a line along a babs head, giving it a serrated look.