Global Types of jewelry and hair accessories

Types of jewelry and hair accessories


Sophis­ti­cat­ed jew­el­ry for the head in the form of hair­pins are indis­pens­able acces­sories for cre­at­ing a unique image. Every own­er of long braids should have at least 10 of them of dif­fer­ent shapes. They allow you to make a bun­dle, bouclé, waves or a high shell. Next, we will take a detailed look at the types of hair acces­sories and tell you how to use them cor­rect­ly.

What are hair accessories?

All wom­en’s hair­pins are divid­ed into dec­o­ra­tive jew­el­ry and func­tion­al invis­i­ble hair­pins.

Func­tion­al invis­i­bles are suit­able for fix­ing both com­plex hair­styles and indi­vid­ual strands.

  • clamps. You can’t do with­out them when you need to close the bangs and remove pro­trud­ing hairs;

  • spi­ral pins they fix heavy curls well;

  • twister con­sists of wire, foam and fab­ric. It helps to cre­ate bunch­es and waves. They make dif­fer­ent types of jew­el­ry for hair-twisters. The sophist twist is dis­tin­guished by holes at the ends and a fas­ten­er. French twist — a met­al frame where strands are twist­ed and fixed with hair­pins;

  • heaga­mi allows you to cre­ate an exquis­ite hair­style — a shell, a bun or any oth­er hair­styles with hair orna­ments — in a mat­ter of min­utes. Curls are stretched and rotat­ed around two plates;

  • bump — spe­cial pins-rims for increas­ing the vol­ume of hair with­out comb­ing on the crown. Two inter­twined ban­dages on the head raise and fix the hair;

  • Donat — a soft disc that is pulled onto the tail to cre­ate a grace­ful bun. It is pro­duced in three col­or vari­ants — brown, light beige and black to match the col­or of the hair.

Dec­o­ra­tive hair­pins allow you to com­plete any hair­style — from casu­al to for­mal:

  • combs — acces­sories for long hair (pho­to) with a his­to­ry of use dat­ing back sev­er­al decades. They allow you to secure­ly fas­ten indi­vid­ual strands. Plates with teeth of dif­fer­ent sizes and shapes are dec­o­rat­ed with stones, flow­ers, rhine­stones and oth­er dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments that turn the comb into the main accent of the hair­style;

  • Mon­taru — acces­sories in the form of combs for long hair. They con­sist of 2 plates with teeth con­nect­ed by plas­tic spi­rals or rub­ber bands. All hair is fixed with one comb, accent strands with anoth­er;

  • crabs — one of the most con­ve­nient acces­sories for long hair for a bun, tail or shell. Such pins are made in var­i­ous shapes and sizes. They con­sist of two toothed parts con­nect­ed by a spring. Con­ve­nient for dai­ly wear, tak­ing water pro­ce­dures, sports;

  • banana — a type of crab that has the char­ac­ter­is­tic shape of this fruit and curved ends;

  • hair­pin machine — the most com­mon type of dec­o­ra­tive pins, char­ac­ter­ized by ease of use and vari­ety of decor.

How to decorate hair with hairpins so that the hairstyle lasts a long time

In order for the twister to firm­ly fix the styling, the length of the hair should be at least as long as the shoul­der blades. On short­er and thin­ner strands, these beau­ti­ful hair orna­ments do not hold well. It will be dif­fi­cult if the curls are cut with a lad­der or a cas­cade, that is, they have dif­fer­ent lengths and it is very dif­fi­cult to put them in one bun­dle. So that they do not get out of the hair­style, you need to pin them with clips or invis­i­ble ones.

Sophist Twist is con­ve­nient in that its ears can be twist­ed or tied after the hair­style is ready, which ensures a more reli­able fix­a­tion.

The French twister has a tapered mesh tube design. It helps to cre­ate an ele­gant shell and secure­ly fas­ten it with or with­out pins.

Hair acces­sories called heaga­mi orig­i­nate from the Land of the Ris­ing Sun. It is no coin­ci­dence that their name is sim­i­lar to the word “origa­mi”. Strands, like paper, are fold­ed into some struc­ture — a bun­dle, a roll, a shell — with the help of two met­al plates with a light elas­tic effect. They are cov­ered with fab­ric, so they do not come into direct con­tact with the hair. They make vari­ants of heaga­mi of all shapes and col­ors. Fur or lace mod­els are used in spe­cial cas­es.

Heaga­mi, unlike bumpits, does not add vol­ume to the stack­ing. How­ev­er, with the help of this device, you can make a styl­ish bun on the back of the head, which is ide­al for both every­day use and going out into the world.

For this you need:

  • open the plates, pull the hair between them;

  • straight­en the strands well so that the hair­style is neat;

  • stretch the plates to the tips;

  • wind strands on plates;

  • press on the end of the pin — and it will curl itself into a bun­dle.

Hair orna­ments with the unusu­al name “bump” turn even the sim­plest every­day hair­style into a work of art. They look great on loose curls.

Bumpy — a head­band for plac­ing on the back of the head and cre­at­ing a neat bun. It was first used in the 1960s. Small teeth reli­ably fix strands.

In just a few sec­onds, you get an ele­gant hair­style, like the most famous Hol­ly­wood movie stars.

The main types of decorative rims for hair

For sev­er­al years in a row, hair orna­ments have been adorn­ing the heads of many celebri­ties and Insta­gram blog­gers. Fab­ric hoops, pins, rib­bons, vel­vet ter­ry cloths, bows, head­bands, jew­el­ry made of stones and flow­ers for hair became a per­ma­nent attribute on cat­walks and at for­mal events. The thick­er and more dec­o­ra­tive they are, the bet­ter.

The his­to­ry of rims in pop cul­ture begins in the 1950s, when they were a must-have for every glam­orous girl and Hol­ly­wood actress. After decades of obliv­ion, they became pop­u­lar again on the Pra­da cat­walks — imme­di­ate­ly in the XXL ver­sion.

Pearl studs are the equiv­a­lent of a “lit­tle black dress.” They are suit­able both for sim­ple every­day styles and for evening and even wed­ding out­fits.

Pearls look great on any skin col­or and on any part of the body, empha­siz­ing nat­ur­al beau­ty. It catch­es the eye, but does not draw atten­tion to itself.

Acces­sories with pearls are the most func­tion­al and ver­sa­tile. They are suit­able for any col­or, style and length of hair, which is why they gained pop­u­lar­i­ty so quick­ly. Gold-col­ored jew­el­ry sub­tly shines through, cre­at­ing a warm back­ground for pearls.

In a more mut­ed, casu­al ver­sion, calm col­ors of fab­ric acces­sories are pop­u­lar: black, bur­gundy or dark green.

In the late 2000s, a lot of beau­ti­ful jew­el­ry in the form of rims appeared on the heads of mod­els dur­ing the shows of the lead­ing design­ers of the Miu Miu, Saint Lau­rent and Dio­ra fash­ion weeks. Miuc­cia Prada’s satin and scaly prod­ucts turned out to be the most attrac­tive. They quick­ly became a must-have ele­ment of the style of every fash­ion­able girl-blog­ger on Insta­gram.

In the sum­mer, all kinds of braids will be in demand: from thin rib­bons tied with a bow to clas­sic vel­vet and satin rib­bons dec­o­rat­ed with riv­ets and shiny stones.

Lus­cious head­bands were unan­i­mous­ly declared the most desired acces­so­ry of sum­mer 2019. They can be plain or cov­ered with a print, smooth or dec­o­rat­ed with shiny appli­ca­tions. One thing is impor­tant: all these braids are XXL! What col­ors of lush head­bands are the most fash­ion­able? Com­plete free­dom is allowed, but clas­sic col­ors pre­vail: caramel, hon­ey yel­low, bur­gundy and black.

Names of the most exquis­ite head dec­o­ra­tions in the form of rims:

  • wreath made from live or arti­fi­cial flow­ers. It com­ple­ments wed­ding dress­es in boho style and roman­ti­cism. It looks beau­ti­ful on hair of any length — both loose and braid­ed around the head;

  • volu­mi­nous pin-brooch, Dec­o­rat­ed with crys­tals or pearls. It looks best in a bunch, when only its dec­o­ra­tive part is vis­i­ble, or in the ears;

  • twig — this is an orna­ment on a curved wire with crys­tals, pearls and jew­els to quick­ly attach to curls of dif­fer­ent lengths. It can be worn as a head­band, braid­ed or wound on a tail;

  • head­band suit­able for hair of any length. It looks beau­ti­ful on short, spiked, smooth­ly combed or loose long hair. It is made of lace, dec­o­rat­ed with Swarovs­ki rhine­stones, pearls or feath­ers. Such acces­sories have come back into fash­ion in recent years with the return of the 90s style. They appear in many ver­sions — from the sim­plest min­i­mal­ist plas­tic head­bands imi­tat­ing cat ears or horns. A head­band with pearls is an excel­lent choice both in sum­mer and in win­ter. It goes well with airy sum­mer dress­es and will empha­size a win­ter out­fit with a sweater. In addi­tion, it is an ide­al wed­ding acces­so­ry for short hair. It is extreme­ly func­tion­al — it will hold hair dur­ing house­work, make-up or cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures;

  • tiara — a clas­sic dec­o­ra­tion, which, depend­ing on the type, can look ele­gant or lux­u­ri­ous. It will be a great alter­na­tive to a veil or veil for a wed­ding. It can be com­bined with almost any hair­style — a high or low bun, falling waves or a loose­ly braid­ed braid;

  • dia­dem — gold, sil­ver, dec­o­rat­ed with crys­tals, sin­gle or high will look great on loose and pinned hair.

2019 is con­sid­ered the peri­od of the return of glam­orous style, and not only in wed­ding fash­ion. Jew­el­ry wreaths in the form of tiaras and crowns are again at the peak of pop­u­lar­i­ty. Both yel­low and rose gold sym­bol­ize rebirth. Such jew­el­ry is suit­able not only for typ­i­cal princess­es. They suc­cess­ful­ly com­ple­ment the boho style or roman­tic out­fit.

Now you know what you can use to dec­o­rate your hair quick­ly and with­out the help of a hair­dress­er. All these acces­sories can be bought in our Sil­vers online store with deliv­ery across Ukraine.

Check out our cat­a­log of hair acces­sories — from bob­by pins to all kinds of elas­tics, bob­by pins, rib­bons, combs and rims. Every woman who cares about her appear­ance will def­i­nite­ly find some­thing for her­self! Col­ors, shapes, types or mate­r­i­al — choose, order and cre­ate orig­i­nal hair­styles.


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