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Trendlooks 2016

Floral Wreath in the Hair

Floral Wreath in the Hair
Opulent flowers in curly hair – that is the high point!
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Summer brides, festival fairies and holiday hippies are transforming their hair into flowery playing fields. Nature’s most beautiful adornment is not only enchanting in trees and fields, it also makes our hairdos blossom. Made of delicate buds or luscious blooms – floral wreaths top just about any look! We present flourishing ideas for do-it-yourself styles

  • Roses are red, violets are blue... And one thing we can tell you: With flowers you are right on cue! But we don’t mean as a bouquet (in the vase) or on fabric (of clothing), but on the head. Enough rhyming, let’s get to the point: The daisy, gerbera and other blooms really make hair blossom. Colourful flowers as accessories freshen up any hairdo. And since we like to present ourselves in full bloom, the best way to decorate our head is with a full floral wreath! How to wear it? From open hippie hair to a fragrant braided style – earn the greatest compliments with these looks.

    Visit our gallery to see what hairdos are flourishing best:

  • Florescence: Hairstyles with Floral Wreath

    Floral Wreath in the Hair

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    Floral Wreath with Soft Waves

    Romantic and trendy in one: Now the rose wreath belongs on the head! Natural or laid in gentle waves, open hair harmonises gorgeously with the rosy ornament. The best thing about that: The flowery accessory creates a celestial look without a lot of styling effort. Where you can blossom with it: At festivals, hippie weddings, Oktoberfest, garden parties...

    Floral Wreath in the Hair

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    Floral Wreath with Braided Hairdo

    This style has (flower) power! Delicate hair blossoms also work with powerful looks. A richly entwined floral crown is a magnificent counterpart to popular braided hairdos like this double braid. The styling contrast is even cooler with severe boxer braids. Simply unbeatable! Richly sown: A variety of blossoms adorns this hairstyle, along with buds and blossoms to enliven the rich floral arrangement

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    Short Cut with Floral Wreath

    Short hair is entwined with the stubborn myth that it does not look feminine. Naturally this is not true – as proven by this magical look from the Rodarte runway: The thinned bob with frayed micro-fringe actually emphasises regular, feminine facial features. A flower tendril that runs around the back of the head (magical in multicolour) perfects the delicate fairy look, simultaneously serving as an asymmetrical adornment. Tendril look: As though plucked fresh from a summer meadow, a winner!

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    Floral Wreath in Hippie Hair

    In romantic literature, the 'blue flower' is considered a symbol of desire. But as a hair accessory, it is guaranteed to leave no wish unfulfilled. Especially as a band of blossoms that makes you perfectly happy by crowning gorgeous long waves. Wear the wreath low on the forehead if you want to pass as a stylish flower child of the seventies with the popular hippie chic. If you tend more towards the trendy elf type, let the blue blossoms ride higher towards the crown

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    Bridal Hairdo with Floral Wreath

    Look of love: Modern brides say yes to baby’s breath. But the delicate plants are not part of the bridal bouquet as usual: The miniature blossoms also look fabulous in hair and appear fresher, younger and more modern as a (fabric) veil replacement. Ideal with a natural, modern hairdo like the half-back. Enough to make you fall in love!

  • DIY: Do-it-Yourself Floral Wreath

    You do not necessarily have to go to a florist for the blossoms of your dreams. We reveal an easy way to create your own floral wreath. It is sure to work even without a green thumb!

    What you need: Wire, florist tape, wire shears, some filler (such as baby’s breath or branches) and your favourite flowers. Natural or artificial? Choose fabric blossoms that appear genuine if you want your hair accessory to last a while.

    • Step 1: Wrap the wire once around your head to measure the correct length. Cut the corresponding piece with the wire shears and then knot the ends.

    • Step 2: Wrap florist tape around the wire ring. This not only looks better but also makes the crown more comfortable to wear.

    • Step 3: To attach the flowers to the wreath, cut another piece of wire that should be longer than the first wire circle.

    • Step 4: Now come the flowers. By the way, a length of about 6 cm is ideal for this project. Simply lay the stem of the first flower against the wreath and add a bit of greenery. Wrap the wire around both to secure it on the ring. Repeat this step with more flowers until the wreath is complete. Simply cut off the excess wire in the end. 
  • Another tip: If you don’t want it all that flowery, only put blossoms on half the wreath and wrap a pretty, colourful ribbon around the rest of the wire. By the way: A discarded hair band can also serve as the base for the floral arrangement. You want an even bigger wow effect? For the final touch, carefully apply hairspray to the blossoms and then add a touch of glitter.