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Grab some grips and turn them into an accessory rather than a necessity. Wear a few grips lined up to create patterns or chevron styles. This will hold your hair in place and look great. Go for a colour that stands out against your natural colour. Weve all got odd pairs of earrings or broken bracelets hanging around in our jewellery box so why not use old jewellery to add some sparkle Either pin into hair in a cluster for a maximum impact catwalk style or wear a few dotted through an up do for an elegant take on the trend. Remember the multicoloured thread twists that were the thing to be seen wearing in your hair during the 90s Theres a cooler higher impact look called tapestry. If you are feeling creative pick up a tapestry ring and pop a small section of hair in to hold in place. Then get weaving with coloured thread and other types of material Lou Teasdale stylist for One Direction has been seen wearing this look its a great style for wearing your hair down with lots of texture. If you do want to splash out you dont have to break the bank. With a handy hair tool from Scunci you can create some styles to turn strands of hair into a great looking hair accessory. The Scunci InstaTwist 29.99 is a super easy hair tool to use to create rope braid style twists in your hair. There are so many options of how to style and as it is battery operated you can take it anywhere. Shorter styles work well with headbands. Try layering a couple of thin bands and wearing together. Different textures such as leather and silk work well together when layered. Its easy to cheat an up do whilst wearing headbands that go all the way around your head. Just tuck hair into the band for a Grecian-style casual up do that can take you from day to night this works well on mid-length to long hair. For a sparkling party style why not take catwalk inspiration and glitter up your parting Mix some hair gel with loose glitter and using an old toothbrush or make-up brush dab some along your parting. This style looks great when worn with sleek hair with a sharp centre parting. Its not as difficult to wash out as youd think just comb out the glitter before giving it a good shampoo. Anyone can become an expert in styling hair thanks to YouTube. Check out some super stylists who can help you perfect your beehive or learn how to fishtail. One of my favourite channels is Confessions of a Hairstylist. Jenny is an absolute pro at creating beautiful styles ideal for parties weddings and special occasions. Simple hair styling that you can do from the comfort of your home. The added accessory of a cup of tea and biscuit is optional but tasty