So I'm really starting to get bored of my day to day hairstyle and wanted to look up some options...and so I found MANY options. There are so many ways you can start accessorizing your hair and what's really exciting is getting to play around and try out which accessory matches which hairstyle. If you're keen of experimenting too...check out our 6 picks of hair accessories we're loving.
1. Silk scarves
This is this year's breakout trend. Everyone is wearing these one way or another, not just as a hair accessory. However, if you want to add a nautical addition to your hair, you can try out, either having it tied up as a hair band, wrapped around your bun or braided in with your hair for a unique take on the trend.
2. Intricate scattered head pieces
Brides have been opting for these nowadays more than tiaras. However, they are not just for brides, you can play around with them if you pick the right hairstyle. These look great with a sleek or loose ponytail. They also would look gorgeous with a bun if you have a special event coming up.
3. Hair pins
Who knew that the bobby pins we always loose and try to hide whenever we need to tame a fly away, can actually be the secret to a gorgeous hairstyle. You can try it out by stacking them up on one side when you're going for retro waves. Also, with a bun you can try out this gorgeous massive gold pin below.
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There are so many options to go for here. From pretty flower crowns (that are beautiful with big mermaid waves) to chic tiara like designs. For these, we can't help but think they look best with middle parting, both slick and loose ponytail would look great with this.
Hats are not only chic but also very useful when it's a bad or oily hair day, they can hide anything. From bobs to longer beach waves, hats look beautiful when the hair is left loose and free. Hats are also perfect for Hijabis when their choice of wrap fits the style of hat.
You already know these are so cute with a bun, but you can also try them out by tying up the ends of your side braid or pull your hair back for a half and half updo.
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