May 5, 2019

These Headbands Won’t Hurt Your Head!

Sydne Style shows the best headbands for spring hairstyle ideas

I went through a stage as a little girl where I would not leave the house without a headband. Back then, my headbands usually had ginormous bows on one side. I’d match them to my outfits and they’d make me feel like a princess.

As an adult, I had a brief phase where I tried out headbands again. It was mostly influenced by Blair Waldorf’s style in Gossip Girl (who else misses that show?!). But when I stepped out of the house, I generally only wore the headband for an hour or so. The hair accessory always gave me a headache!

This season, the headband trend is back, and bigger than ever. I was determined to find a headband that wouldn’t hurt my head. My solution? A fabric headband.

Headbands that are covered in a lightweight fabric are much more comfortable than their plastic counterparts. I’ve worn this pink headband for hours on end and I don’t feel that pulsating sensation on my temples like I used to feel. I generally wear my headband with my hair down but it’s also great to make a ponytail look more fashionable on a bad hair day.

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When it came to headbands as a little girl my motto was the bigger the bow the better!

My school had uniforms so I’d use headbands to express my style. Generally I went matchy-matchy by coordinating my jumpers with the same color headbands. Over the weekends, I’d do the same thing with my outfits, which generally consisted of girlie dresses.

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