Try These Easy Bobby Pin Hairstyles
What’s one hair accessory you already have but barely use? The answer just might be scattered in the back of your drawer… It’s the bobby pin! Your favorite forgotten about hair holder took center stage this fashion week, and we are pleased to announce that bobby pin hairstyles are officially a thing. It’s one of the simplest ways we’ve seen to either dress up a regular style or add pizazz to an already done up look — and the best part is that literally anyone can do it.
Bobby Pin Hairstyles
At Maki Oh, Alterna Hair Key Nate Rosenkranz took textured hair to NYFW heights by creating a crown out of cross-stitched bobby pins. The pins were grouped into sections in a box formation—girls with darker hair were given lighter pins, while lighter hair ladies breathed new life into the classic black variety.
At Sally LaPointe, pins are stacked in a straight row. This emphases the linear quality of the look while keeping flyaways in check. DOUBLE WIN.
Behind the Ears
Most things at Versace are not subtle, but adding a bobby pin behind each ear is super do-able and effortlessly chic.
The bobby is barely there at J.W. Anderson – secure your front section (this works wonders with a side part when growing out bangs) and go!
Decorate for Evening
Bobby pins add that something extra, especially if they’re metallic and you happen to catch that flash.
The Hair Holder
Literally build your own hair accessory—think of bobby pins as legos for hairstyling.
Fill It In
This is giving us serious Cassie vibes – fill the side of your style with risk free color.