While there are some that style their hair the same way every single day and go for the classic beach waves or pin straight locks as they are in their basic form, those people are missing out! There is so much fun to be had with hair accessories and we’re looking forward to proving that to you with 10 fantastic examples and ways to make your hair accessories work for you.
- Half pony clip detailing: Using your favourite hair clip, section back the hair at the top of your head (leave your bangs to fall forward) and clip the top layer of your hair at the back of your head in a light, gentle half-pony. The clip will add in more flair than just an average hair tie.
- Classic pin-back: If you want to keep your hair down, you can still use matching clips on either side of your part. This is great for those who are looking to pin back their bangs, too. Simply part your hair and then take the front part of it and clip it to the side so that your hair frames your face but is still out of your eyes.
- Messy clipped plait: Put your hair into a messy plait or braid and then accent it at even intervals with sparkly clips. It hides the messiness a bit and is really fun and comfortable.
- Up-do + hair band = perfection: No matter what up-do you decide on, add in a soft hair band and it’ll add a pop of colour and pattern to it. This is a great way to keep a look casual, too.
- Braid with a scarf: If you love braids and scarves, combine them by braiding a bright hair scarf into your braid itself. You can also use the end of it to hide the hair tie for something extra special.
- Scrunchie ponytail: Pop up your ponytail by adding in a bunny scrunchie. This is great for thin hair to give the look more depth as well.
- Scrunchie on a braid: Add some attitude to the end of your plait or braid by tying it off with a scrunchie. This is especially great for thick hair where hair ties can be hard to loop around.
- Headband for bad hair days: If your hair won’t cooperate, add in a classic headband and a bit of hairspray to keep your hair combed back and it’s instantly fixed.
- Retro beaded up-do: Add in some 1920s vibes by working in a classic beaded hard headband to your swept up look. It’s fun and add some colour to the style especially if you go with a centre part.
- Create a pop of colour in a hair scarf: Having a really bad hair day? Hide it all behind a carefully tied and tucked in hair scarf! You can even create bangs by tucking out at the front of the hair scarf.
There’s no shortage of ways to decorate your hair with the right accessories, so grab few of your favourites today and enjoy the fashion bump. Explore our hair collection here!