Hair magnets are clasped by snadwitching the locks or strands of hair
between some metal and a magnet beneath.
Select the magnet that suits the texture and length your hair well.
For silky, thin or short hair, heavy peices of magnet may slip away
from the place.
The medium length hair as well as the cury textured hair are apt for
Try to position hair magnets closer to the scalp, for it is the palce
that hair magnets can be securely placed for a better hold. You can
also place them in some combinations of invisible hair pins.
These clips are more of a decorative item and a little of a functional peice.
They are mostly used for decorative peices and they secure only a
smaller strand of hair in place.
Hair snaps snap into the hair and provide a stronger grip than hair
magnets can offer.
They may be worn near the scalp or the hairline and may go well with
all back styles and all upswept hair dos.
Hair snaps work well for the majority of hair textures and lengths
whether short or long.
Once associated with power and prestige, Tiaras atill are considered as luxury items that are elgant, refined, chic and stylish.
Brides prefer wearing them, mostly in some cultures like that in
India, as a religious obligation.
Tiaras look well with all hair styles from long, loosely flowing curls
to a contemporary sweeping updo.
Studds and stones, peals, crystals, semi-precious or colored stones, gold, silver, etc are added to the tiaras for glitter and shine.
Tiaras are made into single and double headbands, hair combs, bun rings and v-bands. Tiara combs that fix right at the crown is apt for thin and short hair styles.
The market is also swarming with convertible tiaras. Such a tiara may be converted into a bracelet,etc.
Tiaras are of a number of shapes and sizes. You must keep in mind the shape and size of your face while choosing a Tiara. The tiara should always be in proportion to your face.
For round faces, go for tiaras that have a third dimension of height, though in centimeters, added. Flat ones may work well for those with long faces.
A square shape may help your face look a bit less rounder while a
circular one may make your face appear more rounder.
For a small face, a longer running tiara may add an illusion of length to your face.
You may many often need pins or clips to keep your tiara in place. You can use bobby pins with jeweled heads for pinning your tiaras and add a slpash of glitter to your ensemble.
Simpler headband-type tiaras are made exquisite and elegant by adding crystals, pearls, etc. Beautiful flowers, studded with gemstones, and mounted on the headbands are also popular.