This Victorian-inspired style is modernized by two baby pink claw clips. Part your hair down the center and clip it up. Or, choose an updo and carefully apply clips on each side.
To achieve this look, gather your hair at the nape of your neck, twist it into a tight donut, and clip it with your clip, leaving the ends out.
One hair tie may not be enough for long, thick hair. This claw clip style fits. This style needs twisting hair before clipping it, like a French twist.
This is great for days when you just want your hair out of your face. Just twist your hair into a simple low bun and secure it with a huge claw clip.
Why use one hair item when you can use two? A medium clip can hold up your hair, while the headband can keep flyaways in place.
This popular style is definitely on your social feeds. It appears complicated, but it only takes a few steps. Take your hair back like a ponytail and twist.
With this style, you only need a little or medium clip to draw back a part of your hair, leaving the bottom down. You can also drag some tendrils forward or let your bangs fall into your face.
A single hair tie may not always provide the necessary height for a voluminous ponytail, especially if you have thicker hair.
You only need two small clips of any color (maybe to match your dress!). Add dimension to an everyday look by attaching them to a small piece of your hair.
Gather your hair at the crown and clip it on top. We guarantee this will become your weekend uniform.