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15 Celebrity-Approved Ways to Wear Hairpins

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15 Celebrity-Approved Ways to Wear Hairpins
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Hair pins are having a huge moment right now, from classic barrettes to bobby pins that we never thought would see the light of day. With the ease and versatility of pins being too hard to resist, slide one (or two or three!) on and your tresses will be ready in no time, whether for a major occasion or a casual day at work. The possibilities are endless, really!

Below's a compilation of hairstyles you can cop right now, as seen on celebrities:

1. Anne Curtis

Give vintage Hollywood curls like Anne's a modern twist with a sparkly barrette!

2. Laura Lehmann

A bejewelled pin by the ear can tone down the glam on waves, too! See it work on beauty queen Laura Lehmann:

3. Julia Barretto

Have a barrette you love so much? Get two and wear them at the same time to bump up your accessories game and keep your waves out of your face.


4. Coleen Garcia

A clip can literally hold your look together. Check out how Coleen's strategically-placed clip behind her ear keeps her chest strand-free!

5. Kiana Valenciano

A bob can never look plain with an eye-catching pin by its right (or left) side.

6. Bea Alonzo

Don't be afraid to stack more than two bobby pins together either! Check out how Bea used four, clustering two and two together to create a neat pattern.

7. Sue Ramirez

Having trouble styling your pixie? Worry not. This side-parted style from Sue is the perfect canvas for letting your favorite statement pin shine.

8. Winwyn Marquez

Seriously—a statement barette can spice up any 'do. Winwyn's sleek ponytail is proof.

9. Sarah Lahbati

Sarah's Versace coin pin looks right at home with her sleek straight hair. Slide a key piece like it higher than usual or as reasonably close to your partition as possible to let it shine.

10. Vivoree Esclito


We love how Vivoree updated her middle-parted locks with a pair of silver barrettes. So age-appropriate, too!

11. Kylie Verzosa

If you have extra long tresses like Kylie, cop a lengthy pin to complement your strands.

12. Kim Chiu

Turn your hair into a canvas and craft your own pattern with your set of bobbies. You can start by forming your pins into an X like Kim's and then working your way up to this extra 'do!

13. Liza Soberano

When in a pinch with your waves, place a pair of bobby pins up high to give your hair more shape without adding more curls. Bonus: It looks absolutely adorable when done on both sides!

14. Jessy Mendiola

The line of gold pins on Jessy's hair made her sultry ponytail cool enough to hit the dance floor. Check out how she matched it with golden earrings for extra shine.

15. Sofia Andres

Trendy styles aside, this is the look to go for a simple yet ultra youthful vibe. We can definitely see this being worn by bridesmaids and wedding guests alike!