It only takes a few flicks of the wrist to conjure up a quick yet stylish hair clip hairstyle. We show you the most beautiful hairstyle inspirations!
Always wearing your hair down can get boring in the long run. If you want to add some variety to your everyday hairstyle, but still don't want to invest too much time and effort in styling, hairstyles with hair clips are the perfect solution. With trendy hair accessories, you can conjure up different hairstyles in no time at all. It doesn't matter what length of hair you have. Whether long mane, long bob, or micro bob - with hair clips in all possible sizes, colors, and patterns you always ensure an exciting eye-catcher.
Hair clips in all possible shapes and variations is a hairstyle trend that last accompanied us through the 90s and early 2000s. No wonder the hairstyles of the 90s are making a comeback in combination with the popular hair accessories - for example, the elegant French twist.
Instead of wearing it super tight and accurate, we loosely gather our hair into a ponytail, twist it slightly, and fasten it with a large hair clip. A few strands are allowed to peek out here and there - especially around the face. In the video, you can see how you made the cheeky twist with hair clips in no time at all.
Hairstyle tip for thick hair: You will probably have found that some bobby pins and hairstyles don't stay on you very well. For a hair clip hairstyle, use a very large model that can hold your entire head of hair and place the clip higher up instead of deep in the nape of the neck.
Do you only have a little time in the morning to get ready for work? Are you in a hurry but want to give your hair a special touch? A deep ponytail is super easy to make and still looks extremely elegant. Instead of reaching for an inconspicuous hair tie, simply use a particularly beautiful hair clip for this hairstyle, e.g. with a shimmering mother-of-pearl effect or a reed-plating look. This turns the otherwise simple ponytail into a real eye-catcher.
Tip: Twist the ponytail one more time before securing it with the bobby pin. So it sits tighter and tighter.
You don't need long hair to create hairstyles with bobby pins. Shoulder-length hair or shorter bob hairstyles like the "little bob" can also be staged with trendy hair accessories. To do this, you simply wear your hair half open by gathering it back above the ears and fastening it with the hair clip at the back of the head. This hairstyle looks particularly beautiful with slightly wavy hair.
Not only can you create a low ponytail with hair clips, but a high one is also no problem. For the quick hair clip hairstyle, gather all your hair into a braid at the nape of your neck, twist it slightly and secure it with the hair clip at the back of your head. This is how the hair above the bobby pin looks out and creates the illusion of a ponytail. For a more casual look, let a few strands flow around your face.
Even for a classic "messy bun", you need nothing more than a hair clip. To do this, gather your hair into a ponytail, twist it and put the braid into a bun at the back of your head, and secure it with a hair clip at the nape of your neck. the casual "messy bun" is ready.
As you can see, it is worth investing in one, or maybe several, bobby pins. If you always have a clip with you, you can conjure up a new hairstyle in seconds. The hip hair accessory now comes in all sorts of colors and shapes, made of plastic, metal or wood, glittering, shiny or matt, with wild patterns, monochrome, mother-of-pearl effect, or tortoiseshell look, so the choice is limitless.