Add some floral elements to your hair using this simple hair clip tutorial. It’s super customizable to your unique style and a beautiful summer touch as you head to the pool.
Since I was a little girl I loved putting flowers in my hair! This is a agreat excuse to add some flowers to your hair this summer. It’s perfect for a quick craft night too. It is fun to watch people arrange them to their preference.
Floral hair clip tutorial supplies:
Start by cutting off small pieces of your flowers and greenery. I tried to arrange them as I was cutting them to see how they looked. I ended up using less flowers than I thought. You can always cut more off but if you cut too many you can’t put them back on! So I suggest being conservative.
Begin by hot gluing on the base portion of the clip. For me it was the green sprigs. I put the hot glue on the ends of the stem and held them until they were solid. Then I added some glue to the space between the clip and the sprigs.
For the flowers, I dabbed glue where I wanted them to go and held them in the glue until the glue was solid.
Remember, with this hair clip, less is more. You don’t have to cover ALL of the clip. Your hair will likely disguise the clip just fine.
I put my hair in a low bun and clipped it on the side. It looked so pretty! And how simple was that to accomplish?! You could make it bright and colorful or keep it simple. It’s so fun to see what others end up doing and adapting a simple project to their own personal style.
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I don’t think style has to be sacrificed for price! I love creating DIYs that don’t look homemade and look deceptively expensive. Practical and Pretty began because I said ‘I could make that!’ so often that I decided to finally do it, and document my process.