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6 Must Have Hair Accessories!

Sometimes looking beautiful has little to do with the amount of effort, or hours spent getting ready.

The hair trends for spring 2015 insist on pointing out that spring is all about achieving a sense of effortlessness, whether through style or the use of accessories. This spring/summer’s hair accessories are a thing of true beauty. Celine’s simple, subtle circle barrettes are already the most coveted accessories of the season, while Miu Miu’s crystal bow headband are pure fantasy. Think 1940s chic! From hair combs to stone-clustered headbands, here are our top favorite trends from the runways.

Fresh Flowers

All things soft and feminine found themselves on the runways of Dolce and Gabbana for spring. The fresh roses and carnations added the right amount of effortlessness for the romantic loose bun.

Floral Combs

A few delicate floral combs, just above the bun, gift that undone look with new life. Acting as an element of femininity, the floral combs are bound to enrich just about any relaxed style.

Leather Flowers

Fendi’s “crocodile tail” stepped up the leather hair accessories game to match the bright floral prints in the collection.

Black Leather Binding

This look might be my favorite! Inspired by the restraint of ballerinas, the side ponytail is wrapped in black leather binding by gathering hair into a stiff, bending shape. Complemented with a colorful lip and minimal make-up, the part-tough, part-feminine look showed off a distinct sense of ease.

Leather Embellished Headbands

On the runway, Valentino started with a low ponytail paired with an ultra-modern leather-embellished headband. Evoking a sense of simplicity while retaining a quest for timeless elegance, these accessories embody the idea of modern femininity.

Minimalist Clips

Minimalist in nature, the gold clips at Guy Laroche served as the added element to turn a basic, sleek ponytail into something seriously desirable. Unfussy but with a hint of luxury.

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