Headbands come in many materials and styles. There are gold leaves, silver stars, blinged out headbands, cat ears, headbands will flowers and so on and so on.
The best variations I’ve found, come from the beauty supply stores. They have rows of them. Another tip for finding good ones is to look in the kiddie aisles. The sizes are usually versatile enough to work and the styles range from subtle to down right outrageous. The choice is yours.
Pretty scarves are everywhere from Walmart to Louis Vuitton. Take your pick. Tie one around a pixie cut and you’ve gone from cute to fabulous darling, in three seconds. With the same scarf, you could make a fabric headband and add it to a short cut for a sporty vibe.
Add a scarf to a low ponytail with a flat bang and you’re channeling poodle skirt 50’s realness. Tie a bow with the extra length of the scarf and you’re ready for a ride in a convertible.
4. Decorative bobby pins
Bobby pins alone can amp up a hairstyle. This hair accessory is timeless and has been around for ages. You can take 4 bobby pins and make a star design on the side of basic style. It’s that simple to elevate your style.
A quick look around the accessory department of a store and you will likely see some version of a bobby pin. Decorative bobby pins with pearls on the ends or glittery flowers are just about everywhere. This is another hair accessory that you can easily DIY. Take a hot glue gun and an old pair of earrings and go to work. You can design your own personalized accessory in a flash.
These 4 easy hair accessories under $10.00 work across the board. So the next time you’re feeling a little fancy, think about how you can use your hair to express your sassiness to the world. Pop on a decorative headband and do your thing.