Head Candy

27 Sep

Tired of hipsters walking around with their studded headbands or flower crowns? Yeah, me too. So I present to you dear readers, alternative ways to spruce up your tresses and possible ideas for Halloween which may I remind you is only 34 days away!

 
 
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1. First off we have these fantastic Retro 3D Glasses Hair Clip by Sugar & Vice. They’re kitsch, colourful and give you the chance to run around like one of Bif’s gang in Back To The Future.

2. Do you like glitter? How about pink glitter? Or pink glitter in the shape of a feather? If yes to all of these, go for this Glitter Feather Headband by Janine Basil. This headband just screams pretty and is available in lots of different colours – if I had the money I’d get one for every day of the week!

3. These Glitter Skull Hair Clips from Sourpuss Clothing are so sweet and the noses look like upside down hearts! (I’m all about noticing the little things.)

4. Feeling spooky? Well this Glow In The Dark Skeleton Hands Headband also by Janine Basil is just for you! Also available as a strand of stars, this glow in the dark headband is a great piece for celebrations, particularly Halloween!

5. Maybe you’re a bit more sophisticated. If so, this beautiful Leopard Print Fascinator from Pearls & Swine should suit you down to the ground.

6. These Glitter Hair Bows by Head Full Of Feathers are available in other colours, but somehow these slightly more neutral ones caught my eye. Here’s my theory: when you’re wearing one, at a first glance all appears normal with your hair, then with a slight turn of your head, the light hits the glitter and all is well with the world. Subtle and brilliant.

7. Next up are these adorable Floral Kitty Ears by Crown And Glory. I have the Liberace version of these and they’re so cute! The floral ones give a wonderful burst of colour and can liven up any outfit/make you feel more cat like. Meow.

8. Last but by no means least is this Glitter Storm Cloud Hair Clip from Luna On The Moon. Also available as a brooch, this slightly more understated storm cloud laughs in the face of our British weather whilst looking magnificent.

About the writer: Daisy is an irregular photographer, wannabe writer and full time female. In between tea and toast breaks she spends far too much time on the internet blogging, tumbling and tweeting. She is unapologetic in her love of the Spice Girls.

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