It’s all eyes on hair accessories in Autumn-Winter 2013-2014. Particularly the black bandeau, which has been spotted on a number of catwalk hairstyles. Whether worn as an alternative to the hat
or simply to spice things up, the black bandeau is making a name for itself as a must-have accessory. The black bandeau, Ear-muff alternative.
Seen on the Byblos catwalk, this version of the black bandeau is worn as an obvious alternative to winter hats. Attractive and subtle, the bandeau is worn with an elegant and feminine hairstyle in order to avoid looking too sporty. Ideally, this version of the bandeau should be worn on long, ultra-straight hair
, structured with a centre parting
. Covering the top of the head, the black bandeau covers the ears and is ideal for anyone prone to the shivers. The black bandeau, headband.
Understated and romantic, the headband spotted on the Valentino catwalk offers multiple styling possibilities. This black ribbon bandeau is tied delicately around the hand without suffocating the hair. Go for a side braid
or a low, messy chignon
, but the bandeau is the most important! To be on top of the trends and copy this catwalk hairstyle, opt for a centre parting. The black bandeau, ballerina.
We have the ballerinas of the 50s to thank for this hairstyle, spotted on the Nina Ricci catwalk. The bandeau reveals the face and is worn wide with a chunky chignon
on the top of the head. Irresistibly Parisian, the hairstyle can be worn during the day or on a night out. It lengthens the figure, reveals the back of the neck and allows you to carry yourself with style. ©Pixelformula/Barbara Bui Prêt-à-Porter show, Autumn-Winter 2013-2014 © Jean Louis David