Hair Crystals

Hair crystals
Add Some Sparkle to your Hair with Crystal Stars
You have bought the perfect dress, found the perfect shoes to match, and even the earrings could have been made for the outfit. But how do you give your hair the same amount of glamour and attention that it deserves? Easy, use Swarovski Crystal Hair Stars and look like a real star sparkling in the night sky.
Unlike many other illuminating hair accessories, Swarovski Crystal Stars are attached to the hair individually. These independent glints of glimmer transform ordinary hair into manes that are noticed and admired.
The fact that Crystal Stars add boundless amounts of spice and glamour to a hairstyle is far from the only charm of these fascinating little charms; the simplicity and ease with which they are attached to the hair must also be mentioned. Simply wash, dry, and style your hair normally, peel the crystal away from the cardboard, press it onto the hair with your finger and thumb, and voilĂ ...Hollywood-style hair, sprinkled with twinkling crystals, fit for a fairy princess.
Crystals to attach to your hair Removing the stars could not be easier. As they do not require any glue, when the clock strikes midnight and Cinderella must leave the ball, the crystal stars will slide out of the hair, leaving no residue or evidence that they were ever there.
Perhaps one disadvantage of Crystal Stars compared to other similar hair accessories is that they are not reusable; however, when considering that they only cost $4.75 for a pack of 12, they can afford to be disposable.
As Crystal Star hair accessories are available in six different colors, finding the right shade to match a certain outfit should not be a problem. The "Diamond" crystal stars are clear and bear the most resemblance to real life stars. "Pink Ice" hair stars are particularly feminine and pretty, ideal for girly nights out, especially in the summer months. In contrast, the "Ruby" and "Sapphire" color options create a more dramatic and vibrant look.
Other colors include "Peridot," which is a lime-green shade, and "Tanzanite," a purple color blended with a bluish undertone. With this amount of variation in color, finding a shade that will complement your hair color will not be a problem. While "Pink Ice" looks great on blonde hair, "Diamond" is a must for black tresses; "Sapphire" looks sexiest on redheads.
Whatever the occasion, if you want to glam up a hairdo then Crystal Stars are an inexpensive, manageable, and effective way to transform even the most mundane of locks and add some glitz to any occasion.
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See also:
Hair lights
How to combine hairstyles and jewelry