Glam DIY Big Crystals Headband

Glam DIY Big Crystals Headband
This accessory can add femininity and glam to your look. Let’s make it now! You’ll need a thin headband, 6-7 plastic “crystal” beads, thin gold wire, gold thread and hot glue gun. Cut a length of gold wire, twice the length of the headband. Begin to twist the gold wire around one end of the... 
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Very Easy-To-Make DIY No-Sew T-Shirt Headband

Very Easy-To-Make DIY No-Sew T-Shirt Headband
If you don’t have time for a very difficult DIY, but want to create something for yourself, read this article and repeat. Today we wanna show you how you can make cute headband from a sleeve of your old t-shirt (or your boyfriend’s one). None of the edges are sewn and don’t need to be. You’ll need... 
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9 Easy-To-Make Updos For Second-Day Hair

9 Easy-To-Make Updos For Second-Day Hair
Updos are very chic and simple hairstyles, so we are sure that you like them and make them from time to time. But if you wanna diversify this hairstyle and make eye-catching, just look at our pics! If you don’t have long hair (maybe middle length), choose low updos, and secure the hairstyle with accessories like a headband... 
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Cute DIY Dolce & Gabbana Inspired Vintage Brooch Headband

Cute DIY Dolce & Gabbana Inspired Vintage Brooch Headband
We love accessories, just add these small details to your look and make a cool statement! You’ll need an assortment of vintage brooches, 1 1/2″ velvet headband, glue, wire cutters and toothpick. If you are working with a padded, velvet headband and you want to preserve your brooches, you can simply pin the brooches onto... 
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Awesome DIY Spiked Hat Band

Awesome DIY Spiked Hat Band
This hat band will refresh and add some a chic and rock touch to your look. You will need just a hat, leather, screw on studs, leather punch and scissors. Measure the circumference of the hat and cut two strips of leather that when overlapped an inch on each end will fit snuggly around the brim.... 
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15 Ways To Style Your Hair Under A Hat

15 Ways To Style Your Hair Under A Hat
Whether you like hats or not, they’re an absolute must-have for chilly winter weather, if you don’t want to get cold. Personally I love hats and the way they keep me feel warm while looking good at the same time. The trick is to find a hat style that actually suits you and then think... 
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Cozy DIY Ribbon Headband

Cozy DIY Ribbon Headband
It’s not a very difficult project if you like to sew. So we are sure you’ll make it very fast! You will need ribbon, scissors, braided elastic (less wide than ribbon), needle and matching thread. First, measure the ribbon around your head. Next, you can cut the ribbon, but make sure to minus 2 inches... 
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Cozy DIY Hat From A Knit Sweater For Cold Days

Cozy DIY Hat From A Knit Sweater For Cold Days
If you have a pair of old knit sweaters, don’t throw them. Just pay attention to this project, so you can make cute hats for yourself and your friends. For this project you will need a knit sweater and sewing machine. First, find the old sweater that you’ll want to use. Use the hemline of the... 
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DIY Simple Crochet Oatmeal Button Hat

DIY Simple Crochet Oatmeal Button Hat
If you like simple designs and crocheting, then this hat will be ideal for you. Since this project only uses simple stitches it works up fairly quickly (about an hour) and would make the perfect last minute gift. You’ll need Clover Amour Crochet Hook, size J, 6.0mm, yarn in oatmeal, a yarn needle, scissors, large... 
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Elegant And Simple DIY Headwrap

Elegant And Simple DIY Headwrap
This accessory will add grace and elegance to your look. You will need knit fabric, jersey or ball point needle, hand sewing needle, matching thread and basic sewing supplies (sewing machine, scissors, pins, etc.). First, measure your head. Measure around your head from forehead down to the upper part of your neck and then back... 
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