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This Red Carpet Trend Could Put You A-Head of Your Competition

Jewels for the hair continue to trend.

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This Red Carpet Trend Could Put You A-Head of Your Competition
Cate Blanchett at The Venice Film Festival. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

CATE BLANCHETT TURNED up in a pearl and gold hair clip at the Venice Film Festival, signaling that the trend toward jewels for the hair continues. We saw everything from feminine to ornate hair accessories on the red carpet during the 2019 awards season, and it’s a look that we see moving forward into 2020. Designers create a range of looks from simple and streamlined clips for sleek updos to fancier combs and barrettes. You can also teach your customers how to get inventive with ear climbers that can double as barrettes by securing them with a bobby pin the color of their hair.

This Red Carpet Trend Could Put You A-Head of Your Competition

Deborah Pagani

Large sleek gold-plated brass hair pin.

deborahpagani.com

$90

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This Red Carpet Trend Could Put You A-Head of Your Competition

Wendy Yue

18K white gold hair pin with pink sapphires, white sapphires and fancy diamonds.

wendyyue.com

$7,500

This Red Carpet Trend Could Put You A-Head of Your Competition

Colette

18K gold Thistle hair comb with champagne diamonds and gray pearls.

colettejewelry.com

$12,560

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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