Hair accessories are fun ways to spice up your dominican doobie wraps or add a touch of class to a classic updo. Here are some hair accessories that you can use to change up your hair style.
I personally love head bands, but I try to stay away from headbands with bows and flowers on them because I begin to look like a 12-year old. Garcelle Beauvais’ headband gives her the image of a Greek Goddess! It is the perfect accessory for her long locks
Decorative hair pins, clips and push-back combs are perfect for holding your flawless swoop in place! If you do not want to use an actual clip, comb, or pin, use a flower like Billie Holiday. My best friend is a fan of this look. If we are walking and she sees a flower next thing I know the flower she was admiring was in her hair…lol
Tyra’s Butterfly Clip is the perfect accessory. The earrings and necklace were not needed because they would have clashed with the dress, so the hair clip accessorizes the outfit nicely.
The decorative scrunchie puts a whole new twist on the classic pony tail. The “Goody” brand colorful bobo’s are to juvenile. Sometimes a plain scrunchie doesn’t cut it! On those humid or rainy days or any day where you are experiencing “hair trauma” rock a pony with one of these and it will glam up any hairstyl and any outfit.
The good thing about hair accessories is that they are very inexpensive. You can find any of these at your local beauty supply store, Target, Walmart, Duane Read or Rite Aid, even Forever21 and H&M have tonse of accessories to revamp your hair.
I sometimes hate wearing sleeveless and/or strapless shirts because strapless bras can be a little annoying. You have to be very careful with your movement sometimes because you don’t want in accidents or any type of spillage. So while on the internet, going to my usual sites, I stumbled upon this….Jaclyn Paige Designer Bra Straps I think they are pretty cool. They add a totally different look to an outfit and it is not tacky like those clear straps (clear plastic is just as bad as the actual bra…they have backless bras now…weird I know)
According to the website they are handmade and can hold more than 25lbs of pressure. They are guaranteed not to break. Sounds like a good idea right?
There are 16 different styles you can choose from that should compliment almost any outfit.
They are reasonably priced considering the types of stones used (Swarvoski crystals and pearls). Only “the best” beads are selected to give you the best quality. They run from about $57-$129.
This past Sunday, Vanderbilt Ave. in Brooklyn had a little block party. Many of the little shops and restaurants displayed their finest in food and clothing for people in the community. One of the boutiques on Vanderbilt Ave. “Pieces of Brooklyn” held a fashion show and here are some of the looks.
Not a really good shot, but the shorts were cute Simple and Chic
The bag was fab…so was the dress…I would so rock this in emerald green or royal blue
Classic with a bit of an edge
The blouse was fabulous
Marie and I are suckers for hidden pockets
This dress comes in many different patterns…I’m sure you will be able to find one that suits you
This has my name written all over it!!
There goes those pockets
Marie and I were very impressed with the fashion show. The pieces were gorgeous. Some things are a little pricey, but there are always sales and other deals so it may fit your budget. Check out Pieces of Brooklyn it will definitely be a unique experience.