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15 Cute Made-In-Canada Hair Accessories

Scrunchies, barrettes and bows to jazz up your summer style.
15 Cute Made-In-Canada Hair Accessories

Summer style is as effortless as it gets—except when it comes to hair. If humidity is wreaking havoc on your overgrown lockdown locks, we’ve got your covered with a selection of hair accessories that will hide the frizz and jazz up your look. Here, we’ve rounded up oversized scrunchies and trendy barrettes and bows made by some of our favourite small Canadian businesses.

Heirloom

Made from scrap linen, this large barrette features trendy ruching and comes in an array of bright summery hues. 

Clueless Hairclip, $17, heirloomhats.com.

Heirloom Clueless Hairclip

Kwesiya

These chic denim headbands by Toronto fashion label Kwesiya contain wires that make them a breeze to twist into knots, bows or wrap around braids and buns.

Marli Wire Headband, $33, kwesiya.com.

Kwesiya Marli Wire Headband

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Noémiah

Montreal designer Noémie Vaillancourt took inspiration from the dried flowers in poet Emily Dickinson’s herbarium to create this pretty scarf.

Floral Scarf, $30, noemiah.com.

Noémiah Floral Scarf

Chelsea King

A breezy linen scrunchie—like this one by Vancouver-based accessory brand Chelsea King—is the perfect way to keep your hair under control when the heat is on.

Natural Linen Scrunchie, $20, chelseaking.shop.

Chelsea King Natural Linen Scrunchie

Supercrush

If you love the retro look of scrunchies but not the bulk, you'll love these skinny versions by Vancouver brand Supercrush.

Super Skinny Set, $25, supercrush.com.

Supercrush Super Skinny Set

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Hello Ashto

This oversized polymer clay hair clip by Edmonton-based jewelry designer Hello Ashto is a stylish spin on the barrettes you wore as a teenager.

Jumbo Hair Clip, $20, helloashto.com.

Hello Ashto Jumbo Hair Clip

Semilla Studios

This oversized chiffon scrunchie makes a statement whether you wear it in your hair or on your wrist.

Oversized Chiffon Scrunchie, $20, etsy.com.

Semilla Studios Oversized Chiffon Scrunchie

Foe & Dear

Handcrafted in Vancouver, this pearlescent hair clip is the perfect way to glam up a half-bun. 

Charlie Hair Clip, $25, foeanddear.com.

Foe & Dear Charlie Hair Clip

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Gibou

Big bows are trending this season—get the look with an easy-peasy pre-tied elastic, like this one by Montreal-based accessory label Gibou. 

Linen Bow Elastic, $16, gibou.ca.

Gibou Linen Bow Elastic

The Silk Labs

Made from 100 percent silk, this versatile headband can be worn around a bun, woven into a braid or tied around your neck.

Skinny Headband, $25, thesilklabs.com.

The Silk Labs Skinny Headband

Ellie Mae

Toronto designer Ellie Mae Waters turns deadstock fabric into super cute scrunchies. 

Susan Scrunchie, $20, elliemaestudios.com.

Ellie Mae Susan Scrunchie

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Night Moves Atelier

Have something to celebrate? These hair clips are made from hand-poured resin and sprinkled with holographic confetti. 

Resin Hair Clips, from $10 each, etsy.com.

Night Moves Atelier Resin Hair Clips

Encircled

This simple ribbon by Toronto-based Encircled is made from upcycled fabric and can be worn three ways—with a knot at the front, at the back or tied up around a ponytail (pictured).

Renew Tie-Up Headband, $18, encircled.ca.

Encircled Renew Tie-Up Headband

Gibou

Thanks to an invisible wire, this extra-long satin headband doesn’t budge, making it the perfect way to add a pop of colour to breezy summer outfits.

XL Twisted Satin Headband, $31, gibou.ca.

Gibou XL Twisted Satin Headband

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Anne Mulaire

Made from sweat-wicking bamboo fabric, this knotted headband by Winnipeg-based French-Métis designer Andréanne Dandeneau is the perfect addition to your workout kit.

Bamboo Headband, $15, annemulaire.ca.

Anne Mulaire Bamboo Headband


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