At barrettes in hair are a revival of the 2000s (no, we haven’t overcome that comeback yet). Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Dua Lipa kickstarted this trend with those claw clips, great for making a practical bun. But it doesn’t stop there: we have tic-tic, with rhinestones, prints and even full of pearls. Or even clips with messages and in different formats, such as butterflies, stars and more. For those who like creativity, but without losing practicality, this return is one to celebrate a lot! How about getting inspired by the possible hairstyles with them?
Those with short hair will love the possibilities that barrettes offer, as hairstyles tend to be more limited. Of course, for those with long hair, there is a world of options too, come check it out:
Less is more does not apply here!
More is more and that’s okay. Tic-tics clips can be basic, the kind we have in the bathroom and use at home. Just apply to loose hair, forming creative designs or combining different colors.
Maxi cleats please
To control bangs, barrettes are a big favorite. For those who don’t like the basics, the models with glitter, pearls and stones are an extra attraction. You can use five different types, or just make a couple:
Did you find the hairstyle dull? Barrettes take away this banality and, if your hair is dirty, this is a great way to disguise it. It is worth betting on the combination of several different clips, or a larger one that becomes a highlight.
Clip only on the detail
If exaggeration is not your thing, you can keep it simple, but still very bright. Here, Hailey Bieber uses a barrette to charm and make her bun more interesting.
Mini clips are great too
The famous butterfly barrette was a hit in the 2000s and has returned to deliver great hairstyles.