DIY: 15 Chic and Creative Hair Accessories to Make

It's come to that part of the year where everything feels a bit bland and blah. The temperature is still too chilly to wear the bright spring colors filling all the magazines, and while the days are getting longer, it's not always enough to cure those mid-winter blues. For me, this time of year especially brings about the feeling of a hair funk and it seems like I have a perpetual case of hat hair. Luckily, there are some DIY hair accessory solutions to cure your hair frump—because whether it's haute couture or DIY, hair embellishments are always in.

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DIY Flower Headband

Make this romantic hair accent with a hot glue gun and some fabric strips. 

Double Strand Lace Headband

An easy DIY for a feminine and flirty look. 

Recycled Fur Pom Pom

Use faux fur or recycled fur to create a unique accent at the base of a braid or on a ponytail.  

Lace Flower Pin

Pin those flyaway hairs with this tiny floral bobby pin

DIY Hair Cuff


Did you ever think anything in the hardware store could be considered fashionable?

Braided Headband

An easy headband DIY made with braided yarn.

No-Sew Flower Hair Clip

A fabric flower that looks more complicated than it really is — you only need glue and some ruffle trim. 

Jeweled Black Velvet Headband

A glamorous look to dress up any outfit. 

Renaissance Hair Taping Tutorial

A vintage hair style that deserves a revival. 

Zipper Headband

An easy DIY to wear a zipper as a headband. 

French Hair Pouf

An accessory you can pin in your hair or on a blazer. 

DIY Necklace Headband

Have a necklace with a broken clasp? Turn it into a hair band

Nautical Knot Headband

This knotisn't only meant for sailing. 

Geometric Leather Headband

Hate geometry in high school? Maybe this leather headband will spark your interest in the subject again. 

Twisty Wire Headband

Bend this headband into different shapes and looks for a twist on the traditional hair accessory. 

DIY Hair Cuff

Did you ever think anything in the hardware store could be considered fashionable?




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