Claw clips are having a big moment. From Bella Hadid to Hailey Bieber, celebrities and supermodels have brought back the ‘90s accessory trend, and we’re seeing it all over our feeds right now. This time around, it’s giving less Claire’s Accessories and more supermodel vibes. And we’re seeing claw clip hairstyles all over our feeds right now.
It’s perhaps unsurprising that the hair accessory has made such a big comeback. They look good on every hair texture and are a saving grace for when your hair just isn’t behaving as it should, or if you’re pushing your hair washday back. We’ve even spotted people applying a hair mask and twisting their hair up with a claw clip while it sinks in—chic and practical.
There are so many claw-clip hairstyles to try. Why not take a look below for some claw-clip inspiration?
If you have a lot of hair, you might find that a claw clip won’t hold all of your hair up, but you can still get in on the claw-clip fun. Try putting half your hair up and securing it with a smaller claw clip.
If you’ve got face-framing layers, show them off by pulling a couple of strands free and curling them with a hair tong.
A classic claw-clip look—simply twist your hair around your index finger and secure it with a clip. Extra points for coordinating with your outfit.
For a twist on the style, side-part your hair and secure it with a claw clip. We love this sweeping side fringe.
Match your claw clip to your outfit for a cohesive feel. Bunch of flowers optional.
A curtain fringe looks amazing styled with a claw clip. Use a round hairbrush to dry the fringe to help keep the shape.
Add an undone wave into the hair before putting your claw clip in. Wait for curls to cool before brushing out for a polished and long-lasting finish.
For bad hair days, a messy claw clip always looks intentional.
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