Accessorize Your Head From Hair to There!

True to fashion, Victoria came striding through the Dote on Doggie front doors at her exact set time, dressed in skin hugging yellow denim jeans and a gold turtleneck sweater top, the word “perfect” splashed across her bosom in purple rhinestones. Lilac colored pumps outfitted her feet, and she wore a living, fresh yellow daisy on the left side of her head as a hair ornament.  Murder Can Be MessyChapter 32.

Victoria Belmont – Beverly Hills Fashion Fanatic!

Flowers don’t only belong in nature or in vases. Flowers, whether fresh or fake, are an ideal  tool for prettying up your hair and for adding a touch of sparkle to your look. This spring, let flowers show off your sensational shimmer!

Flowers in the hair aren’t only for weddings – Flowers in the hair are for everywhere! 

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When decorating your hairstyle with flowers, the flowers can be added as a single flower that you clip in with a bobby pin, made into a head wreath, attached to a clip or be set into your hair with the aid of a barrette. However you pin the flowers in, fresh or fake flowers accenting your hair gives off a soft, feminine aura with monstrous appeal.

For centuries, women and girls alike have been using practical pieces of clothing as fashion statements. Various forms of hair accessories that can be used to pull back your hair, place your hair in a bun, or keep strands of hair from falling into your face are barrettes, headbands, hair wreaths, ponytail holders, hair sticks and bobby pins. And leave it to females to find ways to doll up these practical pieces of hair tools that are visually appealing and add glitz and glam to your hair, face and your overall appearance, from head to toe.

Yes, hair accessories work wonders for being purely ornamental! No matter what texture that your hair is or what color your hair is, every head of hair can be dazzling with the help of hair accessories! 

Whether with bows or beaded braids, dare to dazzle with your hair!

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Headbands and barrettes are two forms of hair accessories that have become fashion decorations almost more than they are used for keeping your hair out of your eyes or for securing your hairstyle into place. I particularly love the look of long hair pulled back off of the face with the help of a beautiful headband.

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With barrettes, large barrettes are designed to pull back longer pieces of hair or larger amounts of hair and are usually worn at the back of the head. If your intent is to pull back hair, the length of the barrette and the width of the barrette will determine how much hair can be secured with the hair accessory. And as we know, as with all fashion, barrettes can merely be used to spice up your hair and have a frenzy of fashion fun! 

A clasp is used to secure the barrette in place, and the barrette opens when you press the two metal pieces at each side of the clasp together with your fingertips.

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Another gorgeous way to glam up your hair, whether your cut is long or short, is with stunning hair jewelry. This look is ideal for attending weddings, showers, brunches, parties, or wherever it is that you are going where you just want to feel a cut above!

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Your hair is your crowning glory that frames your fabulous face, so why not jewel your tresses up with flashy, fabulous decorative hair ornaments?

Hair accessories stand out when worn on your head, from hair to there!

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From hair to eternity!

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Doesn’t your hair deserve to look delightful?

Hair accessories are the way to go, from the top of your hair to the tip of your toe!

Haute Couture! Hair hotness sizzles!

Author Nancy Mangano is the author of two novels, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy. Her books are available in hardcover, paperback and ebook formats at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com and other online and retail bookstores!

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About authornancymangano

Nancy Mangano resides in Orange County, CA. She has blended her love of detective work and style in her novels, A Passion for Prying and Murder Can Be Messy.
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