Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Dauphines of New York Front Row Darling Headband | Review

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Dauphines of New York makes very chic luxury statement hair accessories that are perfect for the holiday season. Their Front Row Darling Headband is a gorgeous and luxurious mult-itasker that can be worn a variety of ways to adorn the hair, but can also be worn as a necklace. From Boho-chic to edgy to elegant– there is a beautiful headband to suit your every mood. See their collection at Sephora.
An adjustable hair headband featuring three strands—a black leather centerpiece, a single strand of clear crystals on silver base, and a single strand of gunmetal chain. 

This glamorous, adjustable hair headband provides tailored fit, comfort, and ease of wear, allowing the creation of multiple hair looks. The timeless and design features an elegant leather centerpiece, miniature crystals on a silver base, a gunmetal link chain, and engraved hardware for the perfect accent piece to almost any outfit. The versatile design can be worn by anyone and the colors complement most hair shades. The included instruction card helps create easy-to-model hair looks. 
The Dauphines of New York collection is inspired by glamorous style icons who exude a sense of personal style inspirational to others: those unafraid to embrace the luxe and elegant, while simultaneously remaining effortless and carefree.
CREATE A QUICK AND ELEGANT UPDO: Follow these simple steps to create an up-do that is intricate in appearance but quick and easy in application.

STEP 1) CROWN YOURSELF: Place your headband gently atop the crown of your hair. We suggest starting 1” from the natural hairline. Adjust the elastic band at back so headband feels secure.

STEP 2) TAKE 1” OF HAIR AT EACH SIDE: Take a 1” portion of hair at left or right. Separate this 1” portion and twist. Then, take this twisted 1” piece of hair and tuck into the elastic band. Repeat at the other side of hair. This will leave hair tucked in at both left and right side, creating an elegant look. You may choose to leave the loose hair down, for a half up/half down effect. Or, you may choose to follow the next step to create a quick up-do.

STEP 3) TAKE HAIR AT BACK, and TUCK INTO THE BAND: Take all loose hair, grip the hair tightly, and then twist. Once hair is held in a twist, tuck the hair up into the elastic band.  Continue to roll the hair into the band.  Roll tightly for a pristine and polished look, or loosely tuck the hair into the band for a laid-back effect.

WEAR YOUR HEADBAND IN CLASSIC FASHION: Create a clean and crisp look, while keeping hair polished and in place, out of the way of the face.

STEPS: Drop your new headband over your head, and then pull down towards the neck. Pull your headband up. As you pull the headband up, you will simultaneously pull your hair out of your face.

WEAR ACROSS THE FOREHEAD: A great way to wear your new headband is “hippie” style – worn horizontally and straight across the forehead. Layer over your hair and allow hair to flow naturally.

STEPS: Drape headband over head and place horizontally across the forehead.  Tighten the elastic band at back. Straighten three chains so they are aligned, or select to twist the multiple chains for an edgy look.

WEAR YOUR HEADBAND AS A NECKLACE: The adjustable elastic band feature of all Dauphines of New York products allows interchangeable wear as either headband or necklace. Elongate the elastic band, drape over neck, Finally, shorten elastic band at back.
Overall Assessment: Oh what fun it is to wear….

$24.00 from Sephora (Affiliate Links).

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