Show your style with hair accessories
From hair clips to scrunchies, hair accessories say so much about your personality. They might be chic and functional, or purely decorative – but whatever you choose, they're a great way of showing off your style. It's easy to create all kinds of different looks. Hair scrunchies or butterfly clips, for example, have a youthful flair, while a plain headband or simple hair clips can be used to create grown-up, sophisticated looks. A hair bandana tied around your head will have you looking fabulously bohemian. We're all kids at heart, and when you start playing with fun clips, bands and ties, you'll find that you can create many unique looks.
Practical hair accessories for every day
There are two sides to hair accessories: Practical and stylish. Even if you're just trying to keep your hair out of your eyes, remember the golden rule: Never sacrifice your personal sense of style. If you're exercising, you're probably used to sliding in hair clips to keep your fringe out of your face, or using a hairband to create a high ponytail. Why not mix it up, using a funky headband to give you some personal style even at the gym? You could even wrap a hair scarf around your head for a unique look. For a sleek everyday look, use hair ties to pull your hair back, then add hair pins to the sides to ensure that it stays neatly in place all day. Choose hair pins that blend in with your colour for seamless chic, or opt for bright colours for a touch of spice.
Hair accessories for short hair
Don't let your long-haired friends have all the fun! You might not be able to rock hair ties, scrunchies or hairbands, but even short styles can rock some kinds of hair accessories. A hair bandana or hair scarf tied around your head works with any length and is a great way of showing off your style. Choose your favourite colours or prints for a unique look that's totally you. You can also add sparkly butterfly clips, even in short hair, to liven up your look with some fun glitter. Think outside the box. Hair scrunchies aren't going to work, but short-haired girls can still have fun mixing and matching for their own personal style.