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It may seem like the hair-accessory trend started a long time ago, but it's still alive and kicking well into 2020. It dominated street style during fashion month, celebrities kept it going during award season, and Instagram still can't get enough of it. Yet since its inception, it seems like the trend has mostly catered toward one type of person — maximalists — making it difficult for those who prefer simpler styles to find inspiration that works for them. However, there are plenty of minimalist ways to accessorize your hair — and the celebrities ahead are proof.
One understated way to adorn your strands? Take notes from Zoe Saldana and get crafty. The actor's hairstylist, Mara Roszak, created an unexpected (but *very* subtle) look for her in 2019 with a wire-wrapped updo, which added a blink-and-you'll-miss-it touch that's perfect for those who want something unique, but not that noticeable.
Another idea? Just use what you have lying around. Minimalist styles inherently don't need much, so you can create a simple accessory out of something as basic as a few bobby pins lined up, like Jennifer Yepez did for Izabel Goulart's front-row appearance at Valentino's Spring/Summer 2020 show.
Keep scrolling for these and more minimalist ways to accessorize your hair — because they do exist, and they're equally as chic.
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