How to Accessorize Any Length Hair
Regardless of whether you have short, medium-length, or long hair, you can employ simple accessorizing strategies to mix things up and tailor your hair to match any look. Below, we’ve listed some of the best ideas:
• Wear A Headband — Headbands are often mistaken as being only for kids or young teens. However, the times are changing and women of all ages and walks of life are using headbands to accessorize their hair and/or keep their longish bangs in check. Though headbands are most appropriate at casual events, don’t hesitate to add jewels or sparkles to your headband and wear it to something a little more formal.
• Add Bangs — If you want a distinctive look, but don’t want to go as far as adding layers or a “chopped” look, bangs can work wonders for your appearance. Whether you choose fringe, full bangs, or split bangs, bangs are a good option for those who want to spice up their hair without using store-bought accessories.
• Pony Tails and Bandanas — A ponytail is that rare hairstyle that is appropriate for both casual and formal events. For casual looks, keep your bangs the way they are. Really want to look casual? Instead of a boring old hair tie, secure your ponytail with a bandana or thick ribbon. For a more formal look, comb your bangs back towards the crown of your head and secure them with mousse or hairspray.
• Waves — Your straight hair doesn’t always have to be straight. Before you go to bed, braid your damp hair, then let it loose in the morning for a great, wavy look. If you don’t have time for that, use a curling iron or crimper to achieve your desired results.