TREND TO SNAP ON

HAIR CLIPS ARE BACK IN A BIG WAY. THIS WIN­TER JAZZ UP YOUR LOOK WITH THESE AC­CES­SORIES THAT YOU CAN DIY OR FIND CHEAP

Life & Style Weekend - - CLOSET -

Scarfs are out and clips are in. Chan­nel your in­ner Bratz doll be­cause we’re on a throw­back to the 90s.

This year’s hot ac­ces­sories aren’t the new Gucci bag or a pair of red bot­toms. This one is even bet­ter be­cause you can find this lat­est fad at your lo­cal dis­count store.

Hair ac­ces­sories have been a ma­jor hit these past two years as we all fell in love with hair scarfs and scrunchies again. But this win­ter we are al­ready ex­pe­ri­enc­ing bold and beau­ti­ful hair clips.

It comes af­ter the Bratz Chal­lenge posted by Youtube stars such as James Charles when make-up blog­gers started recre­at­ing their favourite Bratz doll looks.

The fash­ion industry has blasted the state­ment hair­clip which is al­ready stock­ing

in well-known brands such as Co­lette by Co­lette Hay­man and Sports­girl.

Its all about place­ment and tex­tured spray when it comes to the clip.

A bad clip place­ment can take you from cool French to school girl in a snap.

Don’t be scared to mix and match but like any out­fit, bal­ance and co­or­di­na­tion are key.

There is only so much we can do with hair. So bling­ing up a tex­tured pony or pulling back your bangs with some match­ing clips is what we will be see­ing on­line and on the runway this com­ing win­ter.

The rein­tro­duc­tion of hair pieces is how we are mak­ing hair look dif­fer­ent in 2019.

HOW TO NAIL IT:

This new hair ac­ces­sory is one that you can to­tally get away with three day un­washed hair.

Un­like most fash­ion crazes, the state­ment hair clip is not only af­ford­able but so easy to DIY.

Cus­tomise your out­fit with a glue gun in hand and a few ex­tra dol­lars in your pocket as you can eas­ily recre­ate slo­gan clips like Gucci af­ter a quick stop at the craft store.

They are a su­per easy way to el­e­vate an out­fit with lit­tle ef­fort.

The best thing about this trend is that it is no stranger to us.

From 8th grade school pho­tos and Spice Girl in­spi­ra­tion, it re­ally hasn’t changed at all.

Dig out your old claws and glit­ter clips, you won’t be see­ing this trend dis­ap­pear any time soon.

WORDS: BROOKE STYLES

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