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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

Getty Images 1. New Ways to Wear Headbands Gossip Girl brought headbands back into the mainstream-and seeing them on every teenager in America made us weary of them once again. But stars like Michelle Williams, Alexa Chung and Charlize Theron are wearing headbands on the red carpet in innovative, irresistible ways. Get inspired to try the look this spring! Landov; Getty Images 2. Dress Up a Pixie If your hair is short, the right headband is an easy way to make it glamorous. Choose one that’s slim and lies flat against the head, like Michelle Williams and Evan Rachel Wood. Chunky details like flowers or bows can be overpowering. AbacaUSA; WireImage 3. Try a Floppy Bow Dig a ribbon from your wrapping paper stash and try this easy look: Cut a piece long enough to wrap around your head twice. Position it at the base of your neck, pull the sides up behind your ears and tie in a loose bow. Twist the bow off to one side for an irresistibly adorable look like Zooey Deschanel and Jessica Capshaw. FilmMagic; Getty Images 4. Opt for Ultra-Thin A skinny headband makes a sophisticated statement. Take a tip from Ginnifer Goodwin and Busy Phillips and opt for one in neutral tones like gold, ivory or silver, and be sure that it fits snugly. Getty Images; WireImage 5. Top off an Updo Low chignons and French twists can get stuffy-and a headband is a simple way to infuse a bit of fun. Choose a thicker band with a little embellishment-like Charlize Theron’s crystal-encrusted version, or Elizabeth Banks’ embossed one-and position after your updo is in place. (A few bobby pins at the base of the neck can help keep it in secure.) Getty Images 6. Go Big The rules of a statement headband like Jamie King’s are no different than statement jewelry. Keep the rest of your look simple-avoid garish patterns or loud colors-and skip earrings and necklaces altogether. Getty Images; Imago/Unimedia/ABACAUSA 7. Try the Low-Key Look A stretchy jersey headband is perfect for edgy, downtown girls like Alexa Chung and Rooney Mara. For a subtle take, try one that matches your hair color exactly, or keep well-mussed strands off your face with a knotted band. Getty Images
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

1. New Ways to Wear Headbands Gossip Girl brought headbands back into the mainstream-and seeing them on every teenager in America made us weary of them once again. But stars like Michelle Williams, Alexa Chung and Charlize Theron are wearing headbands on the red carpet in innovative, irresistible ways. Get inspired to try the look this spring!
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

1 of 7 New Ways to Wear Headbands Gossip Girl brought headbands back into the mainstream-and seeing them on every teenager in America made us weary of them once again. But stars like Michelle Williams, Alexa Chung and Charlize Theron are wearing headbands on the red carpet in innovative, irresistible ways. Get inspired to try the look this spring!
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

Gossip Girl brought headbands back into the mainstream-and seeing them on every teenager in America made us weary of them once again. But stars like Michelle Williams, Alexa Chung and Charlize Theron are wearing headbands on the red carpet in innovative, irresistible ways. Get inspired to try the look this spring!
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

The headband styles have for a long time been considered to be kids only styles, but they are suitable for every kind of woman. Some of the headbands are designed to make perfect selections, even for weddings. The sparkly kinds can actually work well in hiding greasy hair. There are many tricks to work the headband hairstyles for any given day or event. They included braided headband, knotted headband to hold the hair in style and the twisted styles which twist the hair and the band of ribbon for a sophisticated look. A lot can be achieved with the headband to work with different hair lengths.
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

We love hairstyles with headbands that look good all year round, but this knitted cozy option is great for colder months. Pair this mustard colored bow with textured hair, and you’ll get a beautiful and practical hairstyle for the days when it’s a little chilly outside.
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

There are different hairstyles to suit different seasons and events or celebrations. When the weather is hot, wearing the hair up can be most suitable to match with the various activities of the day. To achieve amazing headband hairstyles, all you need is a strip or ribbon, a headband and booby pins. The pins will help keep the headband in place throughout the day. The headband twist styles work amazingly well for mid back and above shoulder hair lengths. It can also work well with thick hair and curly hair. There are simple hairstyle tutorials that can help you get the hairstyles right or you can be creative to achieve your own unique looks.
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Cute Hairstyles With Headbands

They’re classic form of hair accessories and are very stylish. You can wear them at many occasions, from work, to an evening out or to the gym. Thin headbands are an interesting thing to add to your hairstyle.
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Headbands don’t have to be boring, artificial-looking pieces made of plastic. Modern glass crystal beads and strasses in skillful hands turn into masterpieces that can compete with fine jewelry. This one’s inspired by baby’s breath. How to wear a headband? When it comes to a jeweled piece like the band in the photo, it will look good on the polished waves with a very subtle messy touch.
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Get creative with your headbands and add some large flowers. Faux flowers look so real these days, so you can use easily substitute some fresh stuff with them. So, opt for fake blooms or try using real flowers – the difference doesn’t matter much in most cases. This dramatic piece would work awesome for a fun photo shoot or a hippie fashion statement when you’re going out on the town.
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If you’re on the prowl for an easy-peasy, oh-so-pretty updo that packs some serious pow, all you have to do is stop, drop and tuck. That’s right. Stop everything you’re doing and get ready to tuck your hair into a beautiful piece of art.This week’s curated post features some truly lovely tucked updos from hair gurus such as Christina at Hair Romance, the lovely ladies at A Beautiful Mess, and our very own Missy Sue. Prepare those fingers, ladies.Headband Tuck TutorialPerhaps the most popular way to “tuck” your hair these days is by way of your everyday headband. Lovely Bethany of the Treasures and Travels blog breaks this style down into five pictures and even includes a video tutorial to help fill in the gaps. The premise is pretty simple: place the elastic headband, gather hair into a ponytail, tuck the ends into the back of the headband, and then roll until you reach desired tightness. Tuck and Cover Half Up HairstyleAs you may already know, our very own Melissa Cook of the Missy Sue blog is all about easy, stunning hairstyles. A lady after our hearts. This particular tutorial is one of our favorites we’ve seen in a while because it marries a familiar idea with a splash of something new. Basically, you place your elastic headband around your head and then only wrap up part of the hair to create a half up, half down ‘do. The Double Gibson TuckOh, Emily. It’s as if this red-headed vixen of the Freckled Fox can do no wrong! Her Double Gibson Tuck hairstyle made its debut on her blog during the holidays, but it’s so versatile we think it looks good all year long. This double tuck requires a little more time than the other hairstyles on this list, but we promise your efforts will be worthwhile. Emily has loads of pictures on her blog and very detailed instructions. PS. We like the idea of wearing this one to a wedding or formal event. The Braided Chignon TuckThis spin on the standard chignon is super dreamy, don’t you agree? Instead of using a headband to create that tucked effect, Katie from the A Beautiful Mess blog uses her own hair! To recreate, you essentially create two braids on either side of your head, secure them at the crown, and then tuck your hair into the draped braids. Ingenious, no? Twist Tuck Bun for Curly HairCalling all you curly girls out there! We see you. Christina, the ever talented hair guru and blogger at Hair Romance, has created what she’s dubbed the “twist-tuck bun,” a tucked hairstyle developed with curly haired mavens in mind. It’s kind of like the tutorial above, but instead of braiding your hair, you twist it and then tuck your hair into the twisted sections. Holy gorgeous! Digging these tucked hairstyle tutorials? You’ll probably wanna check out 6 Everyday Summer Updos That’ll Keep You Cool.

As you may already know, our very own Melissa Cook of the Missy Sue blog is all about easy, stunning hairstyles. A lady after our hearts. This particular tutorial is one of our favorites we’ve seen in a while because it marries a familiar idea with a splash of something new. Basically, you place your elastic headband around your head and then only wrap up part of the hair to create a half up, half down ‘do.

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