Hair accessories are having a major moment, as we know. A little sparkle or shine quickly elevates air-dried/undone hair to another level. I’m not sure about your personal methods of buying, but when it comes to sunglasses and hair accessories I like to invest in a couple good ones and then have a nice curation of affordable ones around for me to break or lose. You can imagine my surprise when I walked into my local Target last week (no this is not an ad or sponsored) and noticed that they’re really upping their game in the hair accessories department. I naturally gravitated to all the gold goods, bought some, had my client air-dry her hair and we put them to the test.

The one you see above is a . It can be used in the typical way to hold a thick or thin pony as it has a rubber band attached below the gold metal. Here we made a ponytail but then only looped it halfway through on the last loop, creating more of a messy bun. Let’s be honest, finding a gold ponytail cuff under for $8 is a dream.

This  was a no brainer. One step, clip in, done. For this look, we twisted the ponytail before clipping in the gold bar. Btw– also under $8.

I’ve been a long-time fan of the exposed bobbypin, and even bigger fan of the . They’re just so KEWT! So here we combined the two. They’re flattering when paired with any hair color and allow you a little creative freedom when doing an updo. (Here I was clearly inspired by those chic AF ponytails at from last year!)




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