April 12, 2021News
Sometimes you forget that you’re already wearing your best accessory. We’ve all heard the phrase “change the hair, change the woman”. In fact, it’s a motto we live by. While we this makes us consider dying our hair a new shade or changing up the length, there’s a lot more easier ways to dress up your hair. With summer just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to perfect the art of dressing up your hair. We have a few accessories that you should add to your closet to bring a little extra jazz to your hair. When the bars reopen, you’ll be using these styling tips every tip you leave the house.
Headbands have become the ‘it’ hair accessory in recent seasons. Gone are the day when we associated the trend with little girls going to school or mothers on the PTA. Brands like Prada have even added the headband to their permanent range, adding their logo as a way of letting you channel your inner royal. Speaking of royals, the Duchess of Cambridge and Princess Eugenie are both fans of the trend, which give you an instantly elevated look and can help hide your roots.
Silk scarves are synonymous with the golden era of Hollywood. We’ve all seen photos of icons like Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, and Jackie Kennedy-Onassis wearing a silk scarf to cover their hair. This trend is back thanks to the resurgence of all things 70s-inspired and we couldn’t be more excited. Not only does this dress up your hair, but it’s the perfect way to hide your roots when you’re in need of a touch up.
If you prefer to wear your hair down, invest in a bow clip. You can keep it subtle with a black suede bow or go extravagant with an oversized pearl bow. These are a simple way of dressing up your hair and adding a touch of feminine elegance. You can channel your inner Blair Waldorf with a chic bow clip. You can style your hair in a half-up half-down do, using the bow clip to secure the top half of your hair.
Like most trends from the early 2000s, scrunchies are back in fashion. Not only are these the easiest way to dress up your hair, but it’s also actually healthier for your hair. Your traditional elastic hairband can cause breakages to your hair. Shop around for a silk scrunchie to keep your hair hydrated and healthy. Do you not think scrunchies are a trend? Even Hermes has just released their own take on the trend. Dress up your everyday ponytail with a silk hair scrunchie in your favourite colour.
We’re seeing these hair accessories everywhere from Gucci and Chanel to H&M and Zara. Whether you’re a fan of pearls or prefer diamonds, there’s a jewel clip out there for you. If you’re a fan of Netflix’s Bridgerton, this is the perfect way to bring a little romanticism to your everyday hair look. You can wear them to clip back your fringe or braid them through your hair for a Princess inspired look.
Which of these hair trends will you be trying out this spring?
Do you subscribe to the philosophy of “change the hair, change the woman”? If you do, then you might be considering a fresh haircut after the year that was 2020. Changing up your hairstyle can be as much a statement of your personality and development as it is about fashion. In 2020, many of us had to do our hair from home and master the art of the box-dye and even cutting our own fringe. We hope that this year we get to return to the salons for a professional cut. With this in mind, we’re rounding up the 5 biggest haircut trends that you’ll want to consider trying in 2021.
If you’ve ever watched Star Wars (or any sci-fi film), you’ve probably considered giving space buns a try. The style was made famous by Carrie Fisher in her role as Princess Leia, with the look having a resurgence following the latest trilogy of the franchise. Outside of the Star Wars inspiration, this hairstyle brings together 90s trends with a fun e-girl look. This style is easier to create than you might expect, and it’s a versatile way of styling your hair.
The redhead trend has been slowly gaining popularity in recent years. It started with Sophie Turner’s character, Sansa Stark, on Game of Thrones. Her luscious red wig had us all wanting to channel our inner Queen of the North by going copper red. After the popularity of the Queen’s Gambit, Netflix’s latest hit tv series, the trend has reached new heights.
Gone are the days when collars were kept for fancy dresses. They’re now official in the mainstream of fashion and it’s time for you to jump on the bandwagon. The collars that we are seeing everywhere in fashion aren’t the dainty sort that you would put on your dog. Oh, no. The larger the collar, the better! We want collars that make a statement, that have ruffles and sequins. The sort of collars that you spot across a room and that make your outfit.