Hair Bow Inspiration

In Beauty and Hair on November 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm
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Besides pink clothes, bows are probably the most common way to make sure baby girls aren’t mistaken as boys.  Girlie, youthful, and playful, the ultra-feminine tie can also be a creative way to add a dash of dainty to your hair look. Make the classic accessory fit your ladylike style with new DIY effects that work for the everyday.
Take your half-updo to the next level and create a bow out of your mane itself! Lady Gaga and Lauren Conrad are just two celebrities who have rocked versions of this whimsical look.

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Nothing adds polish to a messy style like a girlie accessory. Forgo the glitz and glamour of sparkling clips for a simple, small bow. Pin the ladylike loops to the side of your ’do to complement the undone style.

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Headbands with bows don’t have to be neat and preppy (e.g., Blair Waldorf’s signature style). Create a clever—and practical!—version by wrapping a ribbon around your head and using it to secure a side braid or ponytail at the nape of your neck.

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A tiny tie at the crown of your head is subtle and a great starting point if you’re not sure the trend is right for you. Plus, looping two small sections together can be a lifesaver if you forgot your elastic.

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Putting a pop of color at the end of a trendy side braid will add a fun,  vibe to your look. For a brighter tint in your tresses, weave the ribbon into your braid before tying it at the end.
(spotted at Beautylish)

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