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How To : Make DIY bohemian/hippie headbands

Need a fun getup for Earth Day, or want to make an inexpensive but highly fashionable costume piece for Halloween? Then you've stumbled upon the right video. Follow along to learn how to make a super cute bohemian/hippie headband. You can adorn yours with whatever flowers and ...more

How To : Make a bow headband with no glue or sewing

In order to make a bow headband without doing any glue or sewing, you will need the following: a headband, a hair tie or rubber band, and a piece of ribbon or a belt. Begin by taking a 5" length of ribbon, and fold it over. Next, continue folding it over, looping it again and ...more

How To : Make a Naruto headband for cosplay

Okay, you're addicted to Naruto, which means you probably like anime and manga... and of course, cosplay. Check out this video tutorial on how to make some cheap and very easy Naruto cosplay headbands. Yes, that's right, headbands. Your costume just won't be right without them.

How To : Make a DIY double braided elastic headband

Bohemian headbands are everywhere in Hollywood. Fashion designer and waif Nicole Richie is frequently spotted wearing them around town as well as on the red carpet (showing just how versatile they are), and Mischa Barton doesn't leave the house without one. But don't waste yo ...more

How To : Make an interchangeable crochet headband

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make an interchangeable headband. The materials required for this project are a crochet headband or hat and 1-3/4" of 3/8" ribbon. Begin by turning the headband inside out. Then place a small dot of hot glue onto the center of the s ...more

How To : Make ribbon woven headbands

This video illustrate us how to make ribbon woven headbands. Here are the following steps: Step 1: First take all your requirements that is plain headbands, patterned ribbons in different colors, glue stick,fancy buttons. Step 2: Now wrap a plain patterned ribbon on the hea ...more

How To : Make a decent Naruto headband

In this video, we learn how to make a decent Naruto headband. First, get a paper plate and figure out how big you want it, draw on the template so you can see it through the paint. Then, apply metallic paint with a paint brush using the template you drew as a guide. Next, you ...more

How To : Make a pretty flowered headband out of silk ribbon

Spring is coming, and that means you'll want to celebrate by incorporating more flowers into your wardrobe. This tutorial shows you how you can easily make a fun flowered headband, using silk ribbon, a needle and matching thread. Use a bead in the center for some added sparkle!

How To : Make a tiara-esque headband

Tiara-esque headbands are fun to make, and more importantly, fun to wear! You will need, 1 basic wide headband, 1 yard of cotton fabric, 1 yard tulle, flowers from the Crafts section, scissors, beads and rhinestones for details, a glue gun. Lay the headband over the fabric, to ...more

How To : Make a cheap and easy headband holder at home

Tired of losing track of all your favorite headbands? This tutorial shows you how to make a headband holder! This project could also be used to organize your necklaces, or make a smaller version to use as a bracelet holder.

How To : Make a Gossip Girl Blair Waldorf headband

Blair Waldorf is arguably the most stylish member of the Gossip Girl gang, and headbands are her signature accessory. In this tutorial, learn how to make a Blair inspired hair piece and look like you've been plucked right out of Manhattan's Upper East Side. This headband is fu ...more

How To : Make a flower headband for Valentine's Day

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a flower headband for Valentine's Day. To make this, you will need: rubber band, elastic band, and ribbon. First, take your ribbon and fold it in half, then make one side a little bit longer than the other. Now, make a flower with the rib ...more

How To : Make a giant bow headband

Sometimes a good looking accessory can be made by using simple things and a little bit of your own ingenuity. This video is a perfect example of the same. The items needed are simply a piece of square cloth to form the bow, a rectangular strip of the same cloth which is used ...more

How To : Make an easy no-sew pom pom headband

When it comes to the holidays or times when your kids need a costume urgently for their dance recital or play fast, sewing projects take far too much time. When time is an issue, why not make these no-sew cute headbands with pom poms? All it takes is some glue and pom poms, a ...more

How To : Make a headband with a small bow

Looking to add a little bit of adorable to your ensemble? Check out this tutorial and learn how to make your own headband with a cute little bow on it. This hair piece will give you a cute, classy look. This video will show you step by step how to make your very own girly head ...more

How To : Make Barbie Headbands

Barbie is all set to go for her party. With her sparkling dress, she is going to intoxicate everyone. The only thing that would add to this, would be Barbie accessories. So why not make some beautiful headbands for Barbie that would add more grace to her attire. This video is ...more

How To : Do Lauren Conrad's braided headband from The Hills

Learn how to create Lauren Conrad's braided headband from The Hills. Pursebuzz is a YouTube makeup star. Her makeup tutorials are widely watched and favorited. Pursebuzz delivers beauty tutorials on makeup application and hairstyling. Search Pursebuzz on WonderHowTo for all o ...more

How To : Braid a Heidi hair headband across the top of head

Braided headbands are all the rage right now. Whether we have the classic movie character Heidi to blame, or the Lolita look that hits the fashion runways every other season, one thing is for sure... this look is feminine and vintage romantic: Perfect for a date or as an addit ...more

How To : Tie a bohemian head scarf like Nicole Richie

Head scarfs are second only to headbands when it comes to bohemian head wear. Just ask boho/hippie poster child Nicole Richie, who basically alternates between the two whenever she goes out. But head scarves are great for more than just fashion purposes. Now that we're knee d ...more

How To : Use headbands to style your hair

In this how-to video series, learn from Leslie Moselle how to use hair accessories to style your hair. Leslie will show you how to use headbands and stretchy headbands to style your hair, how to use rubber bands to style your hair, how to use a jumbo claw for hair styling, how ...more

News : 15 ways to repurpose your Mom's gown

Ah, your mom’s wedding gown. You know – that 1980’s polyester monstrosity with poofy shoulders so large they’d darned near swallow your whole face that’s lurking in your folks’ basement? Yeah, that one. Well, kiddo, she kept that for you to wear on your big day. That’s right. ...more

How To : Refashion a headband out of a pearl necklace

Sonya Nimri of sonyastyle.com shows you how to take a beaded pearl necklace and refashion it into a cute headband. You will need fishing wire, an elastic cord, ribbon, a pearl necklace, and scissors. Watch this video crafting tutorial and learn how to transform a pearl necklac ...more

How To : Knit a Flower Headband

This is a very nice HEADBAND that can be used plain or decorated with a FLOWER. I made mine wide (4 1/2 inches), but you can make yours as wide or narrow as you want. I used Softball Cotton and a size 6 needle. Cast on 3 stitches. Tips Leave a long tail to use for the croc ...more

How To : Do a headband braid

Create a cute headband out of your own hair with this braiding trick. You Will Need: * Long hair * Elastic bands * Bobby pins Step 1: Comb your hair Comb through your hair to remove tangles. *Tip: You’ll have an easier time working with hair if it hasn’t been washed for a d ...more

How To : Do Lauren Conrad's cute braided headband hairstyle

Though an L.A. native who starred in the apotheosis of a trendy L.A.-centric TV show, Lauren Conrad maintains a timelessly classic yet wearable style when it comes to her hair, makeup, and clothes (she even has her own line now for Kohls!). Her perfect taste is often copied b ...more

How To : Draw two graffiti character faces with Wizard

This video from online graffiti master wizard features him demonstrating the drawing of two characters, facing away from each other and wearing headbands. It may even be a self-portrait! Drawing faces in a tag can be tough, but this video will show all you taggers out there on ...more

How To : Create a hippie bohemian braided headband

Get those annoying wisps of hair out of your face in time for your afternoon pilates session while still looking put together by braiding your bangs into a hair headband. This is a bohemian look that has been seen on the likes of Nicole Richie and Mischa Barton, who love its ...more

How To : Style an easy French braid headband

Mellerobot teaches you how to style an easy French braid headband. You start with short hair and use a rubber or a scrunchie to tie your hair in the back. The hair above the forehead is parted to the side. Grab a strand of hair by the parting and start a normal braid. Every ti ...more

How To : Make Recycled Deconstructed Roses

In this article, you'll learn how to create deconstructed roses in less than five minutes with your leftover fabric scraps. It's a great way to recycle your leftover fabric! Follow the instructions below and watch the videos for a demonstration. Draw the Flower Shape. Draw a ...more

How To : Make a DIY spiral braided bracelet with a charm

Bohemian ware is all the rage these days - from bohemian headbands to necklaces to hemp jewelry, the braided, slightly undone look is all the rage. Get in on the trend without dropping mad stacks at a store by creating this cute spiral braided bracelet. Make room at the top f ...more

How To : Crochet a headband

Basic and simple steps yet elegant in making Crochet Headbands. Start with a chain of two, put the hook through the first chain, wrap the eye over and pull it through, wrap the eye over and pull it through once, and wrap the eye over and pull it through twice. Continue to make ...more

How To : Crochet a headband for winter

In this video, we learn how to crochet a headband for winter. You will need yarn and a size 10 crochet hook to do this. To start, make a slipknot, then hook your needle into it. Start making a simple chain stitch, after you finish this row, stick your needle into the first sti ...more

How To : Create your own instant headband style

To create almost any headband look, start by using a real human hair headband with extensions. Mostly, the extensions will come with an interchangeable headband for different colors. Now, start by pinning back the front crown area of your hair, if you have bangs you can leave ...more

How To : Create Jennifer Aniston's French braided headband

The French braid is a hairstyle staple for middle schooler girls and high schoolers, but it can just as easily be worn by older women without looking too cheer camp. Jennifer Aniston proved this recently when she showed up at an Oscar brunch wearing loosely curled hair and a ...more

How To : Crochet a puff-stitched stretchy headband

It's always wonderful when you're sporting a fashion accessory at school that you know nobody else has. This tutorial gets you looking mighty fine for the price of a dime (sort of), and all in less time than it takes to steam rice! You'll learn how to crochet a puff-stitched ...more

How To : Create a quick teased up headband hairstyle

We don't think we're overexaggerating when we say that "Gossip Girl" singlehandedly started a massive hairband trend. Or, rather, that Miss Blair Waldorf started this fashion accessory love. For the greater portion of us, though, who haven't worn headbands since we were forced ...more

How To : Do a side headband braid with ribbon intertwined

In this tutorial, we learn how to do a side headband braid with ribbon intertwined. First, grab a ribbon that is around 32 inches and any color you want. Now, take a chunk of hair on the side of your head, and place the middle of the ribbon underneath it. Now, separate your ha ...more

How To : Master basic sewing projects

Learn how to master basic sewing projects like pillows, bags and headbands in this free video series that will teach you a few easy needle projects. Part 1 of 23 - How to Master basic sewing projects. Master basic sewing projects - Part 2 of 23. Click through to watch this vid ...more

How To : Style a French braided headband in your hair

It seems like everyone is wearing braids in their hair these days. French plaits are not just for toddlers anymore; these days every young celebrity is rocking this boho hippie chic look. If you would like to wear a cute headband with your own hair - or on someone else - chec ...more

How To : Create romantic summer hairstyles with hairbands

Hairbands are alluring rip offs of headbands. Made out of real hair rather than fabric and synthetic elastic material, hairbands cost just about nothing (you do sprout hair organically from your head, after all) and look far more mature than their plastic counterparts. Thanks ...more

How To : Make a feathered and beaded bohemian hair charm

The bohemian look has really been in recently. After all, with famous starlets like Nicole Richie and Jessica Szhor working long, messy waves, beaded headbands, and flowy floral maxi dresses, the trend looks good and we don't mind following along. But you don't need to shell ...more

How To : Do a hair headband on your American Girl doll

In this video, we learn how to do a hair headband on your American Girl doll. Brush the doll's hair out and then take a section from the bottom front of the hair. Twist this up and then do the same thing to the other side in the same spot. After you have twisted both sides, cr ...more

How To : Create cute curls with a headband

In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to use a headband and curls to create a cute and fashionable look with your hair. Use any headband (She uses one from Jcrew) a curling iron and hairspray. You tease your hair a little for volume, curl in sections and spray to hold a "po ...more

How To : Turn a 5" crochet headband into a beanie hat

This video shows you how to turn a 5" crochet headband into a beanie hat. #1 Gather your supplies-embroidery floss, 5 1/2" crochet headband, needle and scissors. #2 Start by turning the headband inside out. #3 Tie a knot with the embroidery thread on the top loop next to the s ...more

How To : Make bead crafts for kids

Add texture and sparkle to kid's craft projects with beads. Learn to make beaded hair bows, headbands, birds and dragonflies in this free craft video from an art teacher. Part 1 of 13 - How to Make bead crafts for kids. Make bead crafts for kids - Part 2 of 13. Click through t ...more

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