Mellerobot teaches you how to style an easy French braid headband. You start with short hair and use a rubber or a scrunchie to tie your hair in the back. The hair above the forehead is parted to the side. Grab a strand of hair by the parting and start a normal braid. Every time you braid outward, grab another strain of hair. The braid looks better if it's not perfect. Carry on until you've braided your whole fringe. Pin that with a bobby pin. You can wear this with your hair up or down.
To create almost any headband look, start by using a real human hair headband with extensions. Mostly, the extensions will come with an interchangeable headband for different colors. Now, start by pinning back the front crown area of your hair, if you have bangs you can leave them out of the hair that you are pinning back. Secure the crown of your hair with bobby pins. The headband with extensions should have three little combs. These will help secure the extension and the headband onto your ...
Want to supply your head with a little extra jazz factor? Why not tie a scarf around it? You have only one head, but any number of ways to decorate it with a scarf.
In this tutorial, we learn how to draw Omoi. first, draw the outline of the character with a thin pencil mark. After this, draw in the features of the face and include the details on the eyes. From here, start to draw in the bangs and the hair around the head. Next, you will draw on the headband on the forehead and then decorate the inside with the usual sign. Next, you will draw on the ears and finish with the details on the face. After this, draw on the upper body and then clean up any back...
It's always wonderful when you're sporting a fashion accessory at school that you know nobody else has. This tutorial gets you looking mighty fine for the price of a dime (sort of), and all in less time than it takes to steam rice!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make an interchangeable headband. The materials required for this project are a crochet headband or hat and 1-3/4" of 3/8" ribbon. Begin by turning the headband inside out. Then place a small dot of hot glue onto the center of the seam and glue on end of the ribbon to the seam. Now pinch the headband and wrap the ribbon around and place a dot of glue on the ribbon. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy making crafts and homemade accessori...
In this clip, Elizabeth Gleeson shows us how to make a cute flowered headband a la Carrie Bradshaw from "Sex and the City" or Blair Waldorf from "Gossip Girl" using materials you already have around your home. This headband is easy to make and won't cost you much, and you will look incredibly stylish and great.
Sonya Nimri of sonyastyle.com shows you how to take a beaded pearl necklace and refashion it into a cute headband. You will need fishing wire, an elastic cord, ribbon, a pearl necklace, and scissors. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to transform a pearl necklace into a headband.
Braided headbands are all the rage right now. Whether we have the classic movie character Heidi to blame, or the Lolita look that hits the fashion runways every other season, one thing is for sure... this look is feminine and vintage romantic: Perfect for a date or as an addition to a beautiful summer day!
We don't think we're overexaggerating when we say that "Gossip Girl" singlehandedly started a massive hairband trend. Or, rather, that Miss Blair Waldorf started this fashion accessory love. For the greater portion of us, though, who haven't worn headbands since we were forced to do so for picture day in 4th grade, slipping one on seems incongruent and childish.
Headbands have never been more in thanks to "Gossip Girl" Blair Waldorf's fashionable, headband-topped getups. But don't just run to your nearest J.Crew for a pretty headband.
In this how-to video series, learn from Leslie Moselle how to use hair accessories to style your hair. Leslie will show you how to use headbands and stretchy headbands to style your hair, how to use rubber bands to style your hair, how to use a jumbo claw for hair styling, how to use bobby pins to style your hair, how to use a scarf or a bandana for styling your hair, and how to barrettes to style your hair. She will also demonstrate how to use ribbons to style your hair, how to use snap clip...
Tired of losing track of all your favorite headbands? This tutorial shows you how to make a headband holder! This project could also be used to organize your necklaces, or make a smaller version to use as a bracelet holder.
Bohemian headbands are everywhere in Hollywood. Fashion designer and waif Nicole Richie is frequently spotted wearing them around town as well as on the red carpet (showing just how versatile they are), and Mischa Barton doesn't leave the house without one.
Looking to add a little bit of adorable to your ensemble? Check out this tutorial and learn how to make your own headband with a cute little bow on it. This hair piece will give you a cute, classy look. This video will show you step by step how to make your very own girly headband quickly and on a limited budget. Happy crafting!
Blair Waldorf is arguably the most stylish member of the Gossip Girl gang, and headbands are her signature accessory. In this tutorial, learn how to make a Blair inspired hair piece and look like you've been plucked right out of Manhattan's Upper East Side. This headband is funky and cute and won't take long to create. It's also cheap to make, so what are you waiting for?
This is an imitation headband that Siobhan Magnus has worn on American Idol. Her new style of bringing back crochet to fashion is brilliant. This is a step by step tutorial on following through this entire project. The advanced student will have your very own Siobhan headband in no time.
Learn how to create Lauren Conrad's braided headband from The Hills. Pursebuzz is a YouTube makeup star. Her makeup tutorials are widely watched and favorited. Pursebuzz delivers beauty tutorials on makeup application and hairstyling. Search Pursebuzz on WonderHowTo for all of of her beauty how to's, including skincare, hair, makeup and celebrity looks.
We don't know about you, but anything that says "Greek goddess" in the label gets us instantly interested. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to look like a Greek goddess by making a knitted headband composed of three strands that tie at the back.
Tiara-esque headbands are fun to make, and more importantly, fun to wear! You will need, 1 basic wide headband, 1 yard of cotton fabric, 1 yard tulle, flowers from the Crafts section, scissors, beads and rhinestones for details, a glue gun. Lay the headband over the fabric, towards the edge. Mold the fabric around the headband, leaving some extra fabric at the ends. Cut the fabric. Glue the fabric from the underside of the headband, and glue from end to end. Cut all excess fabric away, and tr...
Headbands are one of our favorite accessories to wear because they offer comfort, fashion, and practicality all in one. Just ask Blair Waldorf, who does all of her scheming and catty confrontations with nigh a hair out of place.
In this video, we learn how to make a decent Naruto headband. First, get a paper plate and figure out how big you want it, draw on the template so you can see it through the paint. Then, apply metallic paint with a paint brush using the template you drew as a guide. Next, you will wait for it to dry and then cut it out. Round the edges like it's a real headband, then draw on the hair band the village insignia. Once finished, glue this to an old sock and wait for it to dry. Then, you can attac...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a left handed crochet wide headband. First, make a slip knot on the crochet hook and then make a chain of two. Next, wrap the yarn over and pull through once. Repeat this and then wrap the yarn over the hook, then wrap over and pull through once. Repeat this fourteen times to make the entire foundation for your headband. Once you have made this, you will need to repeat this on top of the first foundation several times until you have made several rows so ...
We never thought you could wear anything that would make you look cute and sexy all at once, but this bohemian headband with a cute pink bow proves us wrong. Rather than simply teach you how to make a simple two strand bohemian headband in the style of Nicole Richie, your instructor teaches you how to make that headband and attach it to a bow for extra girly appeal.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a flower headband for Valentine's Day. To make this, you will need: rubber band, elastic band, and ribbon. First, take your ribbon and fold it in half, then make one side a little bit longer than the other. Now, make a flower with the ribbon so it lies on the very top of the headband. After this, use your elastic to tie it around the base of the flower so it stays in place. Now, tie your rubber band to the bottom of the headbands and make a knot with the...
In order to make a bow headband without doing any glue or sewing, you will need the following: a headband, a hair tie or rubber band, and a piece of ribbon or a belt.
This video illustrate us how to make ribbon woven headbands. Here are the following steps:
In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to use a headband and curls to create a cute and fashionable look with your hair. Use any headband (She uses one from Jcrew) a curling iron and hairspray. You tease your hair a little for volume, curl in sections and spray to hold a "poof" behind the headband. Then, you curl the bottom sections in loose waves. You end up with a hairstyle that will work for any occasion be it casual or formal!
Need a fun getup for Earth Day, or want to make an inexpensive but highly fashionable costume piece for Halloween? Then you've stumbled upon the right video.
Golden girl Jennifer Aniston never skips a fashion beat on the red carpet (maybe because she 9 times out of 10 wears black, which we know is never not flattering?), but when she stepped foot onto the red carpet last year at an event, she once again started a "Rachel" hair trend.
Bohemian hair is quite a conundrum to us. It's supposed to look completely carefree, like you just spent the afternoon gathering daisies and stringing them up into a garland while the wind blew your hair gently into perfect Indie waves. But as any girl will tell you, that's not the case.
In this video, we learn how to crochet a headband for winter. You will need yarn and a size 10 crochet hook to do this. To start, make a slipknot, then hook your needle into it. Start making a simple chain stitch, after you finish this row, stick your needle into the first stitch and make a single crochet all the way down. Continue to do this for several rows, until the headband is thick enough to go around your head the way you want it to fit. When finished, tie it off with a knot at the end...
Want to look like Jacie O? The famously fashionable first lady is only comparable to Michelle Obama in terms of good taste and pretty hairdos. As JFK's presidency was in the early sixties, Jackie O sported the most popular hairstyles of the time: Beehives, major volume with curls, updos with major volume. As you can see, big hair was in no matter what hairstyle you did.
This braided halo hairstyle is also affectionately known as the Lauren Conrad "hair headband," since it is composed of braided frontral strands of hair tied to the side, like a headband.
The French braid is a hairstyle staple for middle schooler girls and high schoolers, but it can just as easily be worn by older women without looking too cheer camp.
Get those annoying wisps of hair out of your face in time for your afternoon pilates session while still looking put together by braiding your bangs into a hair headband.
In this tutorial, we learn how to crochet a left handed headband with optional flower. To start, you will make the foundation by crocheting a single crochet 54 times. Once you have made the base, you can take another color and start to crochet it on top of the first foundation. You will use a single crochet on the top, then to make larger humps double crochet for part of it. When you reach the end, take another color and repeat the same process going over the last color. You can continue arou...
Spring is coming, and that means you'll want to celebrate by incorporating more flowers into your wardrobe. This tutorial shows you how you can easily make a fun flowered headband, using silk ribbon, a needle and matching thread. Use a bead in the center for some added sparkle!
When it comes to the holidays or times when your kids need a costume urgently for their dance recital or play fast, sewing projects take far too much time. When time is an issue, why not make these no-sew cute headbands with pom poms?
A braided hairband is basically a headband that's made out of your own pretty hair. This means no painful pinching or tightness that comes with ordinary headbands.