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For thousands of years, hair bands, ribbons, bows, hairpins, combs, barrettes, beads, threads, sticks, and other various materials have been used in the hair for both aesthetic and cultural value to express identity.
In the 1980s, there was a significant resurgence in hair accessories, which transformed into the quintessential butterfly clips, rhinestone barrettes, snap clips, and mini tiaras of the 90s. By the year 2000, however, hair fashion reverted back to plainer adornment, with self expression coming through in edgy haircuts and neon hair.
Now, the end-of-the-century accessory-enthusiasm is back. During the Chanel fall 2019 show at Paris Fashion Week, hair stylist Sam McKnight adorned every single model with hair accessories as an homage to the late Karl Lagerfeld. McKnight claims, Karl loved “ camellias, bows, brooches in the hair." Personal favorite hair pieces shown during fashion week were diamond barrettes with slogans ranging from the rhetorical to critical. Worn as the centerpiece of any outfit, clips donning terms such as “boss,” “star,” “love,” and “sexy” are a means for femmes to express their feelings and personality.
Wearing your heart on your sleeve is so Shakespearean era; now it’s time to wear your heart in your hair. Founded on inclusivity and self-expression, as this trend continues to accelerate,
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