Fashion Forward Hair - Dry & Fly Hair Accessories

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It’s hard to know when exactly hair accessories started trending, but they’ve started to really make a comeback!

It started innocently and quickly escalated with a $400 crystal Gucci hair clip that took over Instagram. It wasn’t long until everyone started realizing they didn’t need to spend hundreds to adorn their ponytails. Barrettes, scrunchies, and headbands were after all an essential part of every school girl’s wardrobe!

But if you didn’t happen to hold on to all your old butterfly clips, don't stress, we have been quietly working on this for a long time and have launched a beautiful range of bespoke hair pieces, clips, bows and scarves.

Something we can offer that you won’t get in a normal shop is…

that you can purchase these beautiful accessories as an add on to your blow-dry or up style, which can be delicately worked into a beautiful style.

Our range of hairpins, hairbands, clips, scarves and bobby pins are all here to stay this spring & summer season and are an affordable and fun way to change up your look. It is also a very handy trend for when you are off to an event or special occasion and can pop into us for a beautiful blow dry finished off with a beautiful accessory.

Hair Scarves

Scarves were used in all kinds of outfits on the runways this season, particularly on runways that had a bohemian or travel-inspired vibe, so as an extension, stylists went ahead and wrapped scarves around models’ heads, further cementing the wanderlust theme and making it part of the spring/ summer 2019 hair accessory trends, which will keep our clients on trend!

Colorfully printed headscarves were wrapped to totally cover the head turban-style at the Anna Sui and Michael Kors runways. At Kate Spade, the scarves were printed to match the dresses, even! The headscarves at Dolce & Gabbana were wrapped around the head and tied at the front, just above the bangs, for a romantic vibe.

Another unique way of wearing a hair scarf showed up on the Atlein runway, where a long scarf was threaded through thick braids, adding color and dimension. We saw a sleek take on hair scarves at Tom Ford, with gray and taupe scarves wrapped tightly around models’ heads and totally hiding their hair.

Have an idea of how to wear a scarf in a hairstyle? Just talk to us and we will make it happen!

andrew o neill