Channel your inner Hailey Bieber and buy a claw clip
Here are 7 of our favourites
By Briar Clark
BEAUTYcrew Beauty Editor / September 01 2021
In case you hadn’t heard, claw clips are back and chicer than ever.
The ‘90s hair accessory was a mainstay in our clip collection as kids and now it’s well and truly found a place in our hair styling routines as adults. But unlike the clips of our youth, these editions are bonafide works of art – they just so happen to also function as pretty handy devices for when we need to get our strands the heck out of our face.
From classic moments in tortoiseshell to mosaic resin offerings in pastel palettes, there’s a claw clip for everyone – including you. Here are seven to add to your ever-growing collection of nostalgic hair accessories.
Glassons Spaceship Claw Clip in Caramello Swirl
As if the name ‘Caramello’ Swirl’ wasn’t enticing enough, the promise of stress-free, casual styling accented by this deliciously-marbled chip clip sounds like pure heaven TBH.
$8.99 at Glassons
Verge Girl Summer In Copenhagen Flower Hair Clip in Lilac
If we said we didn’t scream a little when we saw this adorable lilac number, we’d be lying. It really doesn’t get any cuter than this...
$19 at Verge Girl
Lovisa Multi Mosaic Lady Finger Claw
Hair accessory, but make it art. This is the pick for when you want to impress a few people without having to open your mouth. It’s essentially a power move unto itself. Handle with caution.
$8.99 at Lovisa
Cotton On Rachel Hair Claw in Lilac
Sometimes you just have to take it back to basics with a practical design, and this offering from Cotton On has that in spades. The cute lilac shade is just an adorable added bonus.
$9.99 at Cotton On
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Briar is the Beauty Editor at BEAUTYcrew. Her 'down for anything' attitude has resulted in more than a handful of hair transformations, and she doesn't mind being used as a guinea pig for the industry's most unusual products and treatments. Her work has also appeared on Refinery29, Girlfriend and beautyheaven.