Spring is here – officially – and while it might still be a little too chilly for your summer wardrobe, there are a number of ways to embrace the season - without risking gladiator sandals in the rain. As usual, we’re talking beauty. This spring/summer 14 there’s a simple trend that’s straight from the catwalk that can update your look in seconds. Get ready to revisit your teenage years, as we enter the season of the hair accessory….
After Vera Wang and Victoria Beckham accessorised their spring/summer 2014 models with simple black headbands, this sporty yet chic trend looks set to be huge this season. The quickest way to add a little something extra to your look, channel Mrs Beckham by using it to finish off a sleek low ponytail. Alternatively, use it to embrace the season’s Sixties trend and add to a structured up do like a beehive, or loose flowing hair to create volume. Get one for just £2.09 from Superdrug.
Left to right: floral turban £12, riverisland.com and floral gingham headband £10, topshop.com
As anyone who has been to a festival will know – and anyone going to one this summer will learn – the ability to disguise unwashed hair is key to perfecting that Sienna Miller look we all imagine when our booking tickets. Dry shampoo is, of course, a must, but there’s nothing like a large hair accessory to divert attention, add a touch of boho and, sometimes, just cover greasy roots. Go for a floral garland or bright turban for a 2014 twist.
Erin Elizabeth hair slide, £24 johnny-loves-rosie.com
A far cry from festival chic, an oversized vintage brooch is a quick way to add instant glamour to an evening look. Use to decorate an elegant up do, or sweep hair away from the face for a look that screams ‘old Hollywood‘. Accessories can be big or discreet (like this beauty from Erin Elizabeth) as long as they sparkle. Fabulous Darling!
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