Simple crystal wedding hairpins - Haillie


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These simple crystal wedding hairpins can be worn alone or teamed with coordinating accessories like hairvines or crowns to create your own unique look.

To wear them alone you can simply dot the hairpins through a plait, braid or up-do or add them to coordinating pieces to create a whole new piece. Here we have added the Haillie hair pins to the gold and champagne Helena crowns, the Imogen gold crystal floral crown, the Maeve pearl crown (alongside the larger May pearl hairpins), and dotted through a bridal braid with the matching Rosemary hairvine worn as a browband. 

Haillie is available a variety of colourways which will gently shimmer and shine for a delicate ethereal and bohemian wedding day look.

Haillie is a subtle wedding hair accessory which would suit a relaxed and simple wedding with a rustic, woodland or bohemian theme as well as working wonderfully with a simple classic bridal style.

The hairpins come in sets of three or four - buy as many as you want to dot through your chosen hair style.

The gold hairpins are available in two styles - rich shimmering antique gold crystals or clear gold crystal - both of which are hand-wired on gold-plated wire. You can also choose Haillie hair pins in four other colourways with silver plated wire - pearl, clear crystal, a mix of clear crystals and pearls, or champagne ivory. Finally there is a rose gold option which features rose gold plated jewellery wire.

The Haillie pins sit on a brown two-prong hair pin which will tone with most hair colours and will easily push into an up-do. To wear the pin with loose fine hair you can pin the prongs more securely into place with a kirby grip.

The pins come in sets of three or four in a beautiful presentation box and you can also buy extra branded presentation boxes if you would like to split up this set amongst your bridesmaids as a keepsake gift.

The jewelled area of Haillie measures approximately 3cm by 1.5cm.

Take a look at the below videos to see how to pin hair pins into place securely. 

For more wedding hair pin styling tips and tricks visit Debbie's blog.