Cute Accessories For Any Hair Type

Growing up in the ’90s, headbands and scrunchies were the norm. I had a giant hair clip with a bunch of deflated balloons attached to it, and my mom would put it directly on top of my ponytail. In other words, I was really COOL.

I’m rounding up my favorite hair accessories today, and I couldn’t be more excited—I obviously love them for the nostalgia factor, but there are so many fun options to choose from now. My go-to headband (in the photo above) is this one. Don’t be afraid to wear a big, velvet headband. I think it makes your hair look more full and put together and you’re going for a look that’s a little more fancy.

I also have a thing for ALL hair clips right now (oversized, glittery, and minimal styles). I have a scrunchie in my hair at least three days a week when I want to put my hair in a bun. I’m ordering this super scrunchie today (it’s been on my mind for a while)—I’m all about creating the illusion of volume on top of my head or in a low ponytail since my hair tends to be kinda flat. Anyway! Shop my list below and let me know if you have any favorites in the comments. 🙂 – Jacki

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  • I love the silk and big puffy scrunchies, they’re so cute xx

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  • Love the idea of the plastic free bands. I love the hair clips from Wunderkin, even though I think they are made for kids. 🙂

  • I am so happy that hair accessories are back! I love wearing headbands and such.

  • When I was in 6th grade my grandma took me to a local factory, where they made hair clips. It was the coolest! I remember diy-ing that balloon clip in junior high. Ha.

    • You are my daughters’ same age) it was in 6th grade and all the girls used it)) I miss these times! I braided the daughters of the braid)

  • Loving those huge hairclips! So much nostalgia! 🙂

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