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#T3Inspo: post holiday rut hairstyles


We’re calling it, 2018 will be all about accessories. Get out of your style rut by making small tweaks to your go-to dos. New year, new you, right?!

Post Holiday Hairstyles t3

Everyday Waves With A Twist

Shake up your daily waves in the new year. You don’t have to completely change your go-to ‘do, just add a simple twist and you’re ready to dash out the door. See how to recreate this style here – it’s as easy as one T3!

Clipped Up

Perfect for rushed mornings or post-workout hair (kudos for hitting the gym!), enamel clips are an effortless way to style hair in a snap and bring a little nouveau 90’s to your look. Add gentle bends to your hair with the Loose Waves barrel, then gather the hair at the back of your head and secure. 

Source: Nordstrom

Post Holiday Hairstyles t3

Post Holiday Hairstyles t3

Pearls Of Wisdom

We’ll drop a little knowledge here, while pearls on jeans and shoes may have been a hit in 2017, in 2018 it’s all about the hair. Get ahead of the game and dress up a chignon or even some simple waves with chic pearl pins – go trend setter go!!

Source: Bergdorf Goodman

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That’s A Wrap

We know, all of your resolutions take up time (Meal prep! Exercise! Catching up on current events! Travel!), leaving just a few minutes for your hair. After your morning Pilates session, wrap your post-workout bun with a colorful scarf, no one will know you just killed a level 2 class. Tie a simple bow or leave the ends loose for a vintage feel, you can rock both!

Source: Free People

Post Holiday Hairstyles t3

Post Holiday Hairstyles t3

Head In The Hair Clouds

The classic 90’s hair accessory has made a comeback with major style upgrades. Featured heavily on Mansur Gavriel’s NYFW SS18 runway and officially now dubbed Hair Clouds, these nostalgic faves are back with different textures, patterns, and sizes (get over yourself and have some fun!). Wrap your pony or top knot in these fluffy hair ties ASAP after rough drying with the Cura LUXE dryer for texture.

Source: Vogue