19 Affordable Dupes For The Red Carpet Hair Accessories We Love

These pieces are celebrity-approved!

Samantha Callender Mar, 15, 2017

When you’re stuck in a hair rut, sometimes the best thing to do is add a little dazzle. Whether it’s a pin here or a brooch there, adding an accessory can take your look from simple to statement-making. 

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Rihanna once delivered classic vintage vibes with elegant and chic hair clips. 

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These bold gems will add a major pop of glamour to your style.  

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3 of 38 Gregg DeGuire

Gabrielle Union adds some flare with this sparkler. 

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Pop this headband around a goddess braid or loose waves to create an ethereal look.

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This is a great piece to wear at elegant costumes parties (like Queen Bey did at the MET Gala).

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If you're going for drama-chic, this black veil is a must-have at any costume party or for an editorial feel.

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7 of 38 Paul Archuleta

Keri Hilson gives us sophisticated vibes with this sleek and chic beret. Dress it down with a sleek ponytail, or wear your curls loose underneath.  

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This a is great get-up-and-go alternative to throwing on a ball cap when you don't have time to play around with your hair.  

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9 of 38 Steve Granitz

Janelle Monae looked like a true Goddess at the 2017 Academy Awards in a golden headband that complimented her short pixie cut.   

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Let the chain drop a bit on your forehead for a simple headpiece look that instantly makes any look unique.

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11 of 38 Dan MacMedan

Starlet Ruth Negga rocked a ruby tiara to the 2017 Oscars, adding a touch of royal elegance to her look.  

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A crown of multi colored gems is a unique spin on your basic diamond tiara.

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13 of 38 Gregg DeGuire

A twist on beads, try adding some feathers into your braids or locs like Jennia Fredrique. If you sport loose tresses, try putting feather clips into ponytails or into strands behind the ear.  

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Use pins to secure these colorful strands. 

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OITNB actress Danielle Brooks stunned on the red carpet with with a vertical headband on her faux locs. Create this look by cutting a band in half and wrapping it in the front of a bun.  

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The dangly charms on this headpiece will add some personality to your twist on the traditional headband.  

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Another look inspired by Janelle Monae, try intertwining string or light wire through goddess braids or around a high bun to create a whimsical look.

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Gently twist this arts and crafts twine throughout your braid or ponytail for a hint of pizazz.  

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This piece adds instant volume to hair. Amandla Stenberg's curls look large and bold on the carpet with this accessory.

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Simple and chic. 

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Make any look high fashion by adding a tall and bold hat like Erykah Badu. 

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Secure this top hat to your head with bobby pins, and rock it with a pantsuit or a dress like Erykah!  

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23 of 38 Dan MacMedan

Take it from Lupita N'yongo- a single headband that gives a pop of color is sometimes all you need to make a short cut standout.

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Pick a headband color that pops against your hair color to make sure it's seen.

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Rock a retro look like Andra Day with finger curls pinned with clips.  

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Give this accessory even more character by adding small flowers into the rings of the clips.

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Alicia Keys shimmers in her metallic head wrap. With so many styles and prints, there are endless looks you can create with this accessory.  

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Whether you wear it as a turban or on the sides of a pineapple style, this headwrap is multipurpose.

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Zendaya looks like a true Goddess with this metal hair crown. Wear this piece with your hair down for a dramatic look.

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Where this crown closer to the edge of your hairline, or even let it hang down on your forehead a bit for a goddess look.

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Actress Samata Pattinson rocks a silk headband with rhinestone accents on the red carpet. 

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This accessory adds instant glamour to any look. You can add your own hair clips to the band to customize and switch up your look.

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Some more hair inspo from Gabrielle Union! Give your braids personality by adding shells.  

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Simply slide a bead (or stacks of beads) onto your braids for instant glam.

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Christina Milian sports a chic, beaded hairpin right where her part is, adding a bit of a twist to a classic style.

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Want to give this look even more of a twist? Put more than one part in your hair and use pins to separate each one.

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Andra Day rocks a chic scarf tied in a major headbow.

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This is super cute casual look.  Use a regular scarf to make sure you have enough fabric to tie into a bow, or simply use a bow headband.

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