Holiday Hair Accessories
For Long Hair
The possibilities for accessorizing long cuts are endless. A good rule of thumb is to work on “second day” (rather than freshly
washed) hair; otherwise the accessories will slip out. (A little grease is good.)
- For this look, twist numerous small sections of hair until they coil around on themselves, forming chignons.
- Secure each chignon with a different clip, pin, or band. “The less matchy, the more impactful,” says Kristan Serafino, a celebrity hairstylist in New York City, who created the hairdos in this story.
To buy: Counterclockwise from right: Radokri Elizaveta feather hair piece, $49, radokri.etsy.com. Night Storm Kanzashi-Flower bobby pins by Petal Mix, $32, petalmix.etsy.com. Ann Taylor crystal-cluster hair tie, $24; glass-cluster hair tie, $18; and crystal-cluster feather hair tie, $18:, anntaylor.com.
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