Updated February 15, 2023
There is a renewed interest in hair flowers, clips and pins. Hair flowers were prevalent in recent New York Fashion Weeks, and hair pins and clips are on display across media outlets and retail stores. In this post we review options from black owned brands. See the company and product links below for details.
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- Anzhelika Crochet (advertisement) offers a selection of hair flowers and clips for children made of diverse materials including Ankara fabric.
- Aoedes Hands (advertisement) has a selection of hair clips made with African fabrics.
- Briogeo Hair Care (advertisement) offers pin tins with 40 bobby pins in gold tone or black.
- Earrings By Angela (advertisement) offers a selection of gemstone hair clips.
- Fierce Love Soul (advertisement) offers a selection of culturally themed hair pins made of brass among other textiles.
- Eco Glass Studio (advertisement) offers a selection of hair pins adorned with recycled glass.
- Isha’s Flower Garden (advertisement) offers a large and diverse selection of hair flowers.
- Jades Beautiful Bows (advertisement) has diverse hair bows and clips for children.
- Lilly Frilly on Amazon (advertisement) has a variety of hair clips and bows for children.
- Loc•cessories (advertisement) offers a selection of feathered hair clips that are adorned with coconut shells and different colored cowrie shells.
- NRODA (advertisement) offers a selection of crystal hair clips that include the dollar sign and company label.
- Pattern Beauty (advertisement) has a variety pack of hair pins that include 90 hair pins, 30 of each type.
- The Enchanted Magnolia (advertisement) offers a diverse selection of hair clips and hair flower clips for children.
- Serendiptous Project (advertisement) offers a selection of hair accessories including clips in various textures and colors.
- Above the Bar has hair accessories that include rhinestone hair clips.
- Adele Dejak has a diverse selection of brass hair pins that are colored in gold.
- Afrikrea offers a diverse selection of flower hair clips in Ankara wax print among other textiles (e.g., crochet and metal).
- Camellias and Curls offers a diverse selection of handcrafted and silk hair flowers.
- Dresscode Boutique offers pink and burgundy hair clips with satin bows, rhinestones, and faux pearls.
- Eternally In Amber offers hair pins and clips in diverse textures and styles.
- Humans Before Handles offers a selection of hair pins and clips in various textures and styles.
- Izzy & Liv offers rhinestone hair pin sets with flattering words (e.g., fierce and fine).
- Lily Frilly offers a selection of confetti fruit hair bows and clips for children. Some are available at Target (advertisement) and Amazon.
- Swirly Curly Hair offers a selection of plain and decorative hair pins.
- The Beat House Cosmetics offers rhinestone press clips in gold and silver.
- The Jeweled Experience offers a diverse set of hair pins and clips, including ones with “initials.”
In reviewing these hair accessories, I hope you find some that work for you.
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To learn more about hair flower and hair pin styles and trends see the following.
- Aschenbrand-Robinson, Rachel. “The bobby pin was the real MVP of fashion week.” https://www.thefashionspot.com/beauty/767753-bobby-pins-hair-trend/#/slide/1
- Francois, Alyssa. “Floral Afro: How to decorate your natural hair with flowers.” 23 May, 2017. https://www.allthingshair.com/en-us/hairstyles-haircuts/natural-hairstyles/floral-afro-hair/
- Jahns, Erin. “Flower-filled hair is taking over NYFW.” 25 September, 2019. https://www.byrdie.com/spring-fashion-week-flower-hair-trends-2019
- Kennedy, Eleanor. “Hair clips are back in a major way. Here’s how to nail the trend.” 27 March, 2019. https://www.lulus.com/blog/fashion/hair-clip-trend-for-2019/