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5 Fabulous Celebrity-Approved Ways To Style Headbands Effortlessly

5 Fabulous Celebrity-Approved Ways To Style Headbands Effortlessly

Headbands are definitely finding their way back into style but they can be a tricky hair accessory to pull off. They can make you look totally put together or like a third-grader who doesn’t want to finish her homework. If you want to get on this trendy bandwagon (pun intended), we are here to help you with some ideas to avoid the latter. Here are some celebrity-inspired headband looks so you can rock one the right way!

Embellished Goddess

Deepika Padukone’s red carpet look for the Met Gala 2017 can totes be recreated at home. If you don’t want your headband to start right from the forehead (remember Anjali from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai?), starting it after a centre parting is a great idea–this will look chic and modern.

The Oh-So-Glam Bun

Just like Chrissy Teigan, if you want to wear that one accessory that’ll set you apart from everyone, let that be a metal headband. Tie your hair into a slick bun et voilà, you are party-ready with your headband doubling up as your crown! You can also use a sleek hairband for this hairstyle. A little hack to remember: apply some eyebrow powder to your temple if you feel like your hair is looking sparse in some areas.

For A Casual Yet Gorgeous Look

Bella Hadid gives us lessons in wearing headbands on a daily basis. This bandana scarf is simple, classic and versatile and will instantly take your hair from basic to basically gorgeous. You can wrap the bandana around your head with your hair up or down and yeah, it’s that simple!

Ready To Run (On A Side Of Fun)

Sonakshi Sinha is giving us the best ’90s throwback with this printed headband. It’s also an easy (ready stylish) way to disguise third-day hair so, lazy girls, this is a hack for you! Pull your hair into a low, loose bun with a scrunchie and top ’em with a thick elastic headband. You can choose a satin one like Sona to give a more ready-to-slay vibe.

For The Love Of Drama

Okay, this Lily Collins look is hella dramatic, but you don’t have to go for the backcombed hair if you don’t want to. The ‘Alice hairband’ by itself will add the much-needed drama to your look! You could totally pull off the padded hairband for a chic and out-there look by pairing it with pretty much any outfit.

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13 Aug 2020

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