Headbands are back and are becoming more popular than ever (however, if you ask us, they never really went out of style). The perfect way to lock in your favourite hairstyle, headbands are the ideal accessory to any style of outfit.
With a wide collection of padded, gold-plated, pearl embellished, Italian cellulose acetate, and faux leather headbands, you’re bound to find the perfect headband for any occasion with Paris Mode.
Paris Mode is a Sydney-based hair accessory provider, specialising in designing and hand-crafting French-inspired headbands. All of our headbands are hand-made with love, here in Australia.
The different types of headbands
Simplify your hairstyle with a padded headband. Simply start at your hairline, push back, and voilà! Effortlessly chic, added headbands are the ultimate finishing detail to any outfit.
Create a statement with an embellished headband from Paris Mode. We’ve got velvet headbands with crystals, pearl-studded headbands, headbands embellished with chains, studs, gold-plated jewels, and so much more.
More subtle than their bigger, padded counterparts, thin headbands are perfect for adding a touch of femineity to any outfit. Choose from dainty, gold-plated stainless steel headbands, to hand-crafted tortoiseshell Italian cellulose acetate pieces to tuck your strands away from your face.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are your headbands made out of?
Gold plated stainless steel
Rose gold plated stainless steel
Silver plated stainless steel
How do I find the perfect headband for me?
There are no rules about who can and cannot wear headbands – the beauty of investing in beautiful hair accessories like headbands is that you can find pieces that are unique to you, your style, and what you like wearing. However, if you’re having trouble picking out a headband for yourself, here are some things to think about:
Consider your personal style: do you dress casually, or formally for work? Are you someone that favours a colourful wardrobe, or do you leave the pop of colour to the accessories?
Consider your hair colour: If you have dark hair, you may want to avoid headbands that are of a similar shade to your hair colour if you’re looking for a statement piece. On the other hand, if you want something classic that’s not going to draw away from your outfit, a headband of a similar shade to your own hair colour is also a good idea!
Patterned vs block colours: consider whether you want a patterned or embellished headband, or something more simple. Paris Mode offers a wide range of headband styles that comes in gorgeous patterns and materials.
Headband shape & materials: there are a wide variety of shapes and materials to choose from when looking for a new headband. When browsing the Paris Mode range, you’ll find large, padded headbands, and dainty gold-plated thin headbands. There is also a range of textured materials to add a further dimension to your accessorising – from faux leather and fur to chains, cords, velvet, pearls, and wicker. Consider the types of materials you like wearing, and whether a funky material is more your vibe.
Are headbands bad for your hair?
High-quality headbands should not cause any damage to your hair. Problems can arise with cheap materials, if the headband is too tight, or if the materials tug on the hair strands, causing damage.
The Paris Mode range of headbands are made of the highest quality materials that will not pull, tear, or damage the hair strands. Generally speaking, hair damage occurs when hair accessories are too tight and cause high tension (like a hair ponytail or bun). If you do feel like your headbands are causing tension to your scalp or hair, then it is recommended that you find one with softer materials and less tension.
Or, you can always contact Paris Mode to help you to adjust your headband!
Can I try your headbands on?
Absolutely! If you’re located in Sydney, you can visit our Paddington showroom to browse and shop the full range of Paris Mode headbands. We’d love to see you rocking our exquisitely designed headpieces in person!
Our showroom can be found at 386 Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney 2021, NSW, Australia.