Forget about a bad hair day. Our vegan, ethical and more sustainable hair accessories are here to save the day and introduce you to new and stunning hairstyles. No matter if you're looking for fair and more sustainable hair accessories for braids, short or curly hair or as a cute gift set for Christmas. We've got it all and we can't wait for you to see it. Are you ready?
With our stunning and planet-friendly headbands for women, you can play around with your hair, discover new hairstyles and add a bit of spark to your everyday look. And let's be honest. They are also handy when washing your face!
Check out TAWAST and their stunning GOTS-certified organic cotton headbands in beautiful neutral colours that have a cute twist-knot at the front. And for every order, they donate 5% to an animal sanctuary. Stylish and ethical, we love it.
MAHLA might be your new go-to ethical brand for hair accessories. Especially, if you're looking for ethical and more sustainable bandanas. Made from GOTS-certified organic cotton, these versatile hair accessories truly make a statement. And not only that, half of the profits are donated to the Black Lives Matter movement. How wonderful!
Who doesn't love colourful and funky scrunchies in their hair? Well, if you don't, don't feel pressured to follow trends. Ain't nobody got time (or resources) for falling into this trap. But if you'd love to rock the scrunchie look, we've got some amazing hair accessories for you.
So, ready to discover playful ethical and more sustainable scrunchies for thin or thick hair? We've collected many (in)credible brands that use leftover material to make hair accessories. No waste, no problem and plenty of cute scrunchies made from recycled plastic. Think of Girlfriend Collective, Vinnia or TET. Swimwear. And if you're looking for a nice hair accessories gift set, check out KOA Yoga and ManduTrap.
And what would you say about ethical and more sustainable hair accessories in the form of decorative hair pins and clips? Yup, we've got those too. Have a look at Winden for vintage-looking cellulose hair clips. And don't forget to check out Common and Sense and their hair clips made biodegradable plastic-looking cotton pulp.