I remember wearing and loving headbands as a young girl and teenager. It was a simple, trendy and conservative look at the time. Now that the headband look is back with a more boho look and feel for ladies in their 20s, 30s and 40s, I’m thrilled! It’s less of a neat, “school-girl” look and more of a sexy, tousled and free-spirited look. Although these headbands are for girls in their 20s, 30s and 40s, they are still an easy, go-to look when you want a quick, walk-out-the-door hair fix.
Above are some of my favorite looks I’m seeing with this on-trend accessory. It’s another versatile look that you can take from beach to dinner with minimum work. These headbands are not your half circle, fabric covered pieces of plastic from the 80s. Instead, they are actually like pieces of jewelry for your hair. It’s hair bling at its best!
The patterns, fabrics and variety of headbands we are seeing these days are endless. Depending on the style you choose, you can go from boho chic to beach girl babe with one simple switch. You can also spend anywhere from $3 to hundreds of dollars on just one headband. Yes, I said, “hundreds”.
Get more details on the looks above with these affiliated links. And, if I’ve peaked your curiosity with the headbands costing hundreds of dollars, I had to do a little cyber browsing to include some of those, as well. I’ve actually peaked my own curiosity, too!
- Nina “Petite Vines ” Headband
- M&F Western Beaded Boho Headband
- Forever 21 Faux Suede and Chain Headband
- Crystal Allure Headband
- Betsey Johnson Ballerina Rose Crystal Headband
- Royal Crystal Half-Split Headband
- Candie’s Metal Leaf Headband
- Free People Women’s Myna Headband