If you're a true K-fan, you’ve definitely tried to look ~*kyeopta*~ with K-hair, bow ties, hair clips, and hats. Well, you’re not alone. Here, we’ve compiled all the times our fellow Korean fan Anne Curtis sported K-inspired hair, and how you can get the looks, too:
Comb your hair to a side-part and secure one side with an easy grip clip, and—*voila*—instant cuteness in seconds!
Flatbread hair clip, P412.76, KoodingContinue reading below ↓Continue reading below ↓Recommended Videos
Of course, Korean protagonists are pros at turning their ~aegyo~ on and what better way to do so than with little girl ribbons, huge innocent eyes, and a pout?
Cotton candy hair ribbon, P309.44, KoodingContinue reading below ↓
Fancy snap clips
Snap clips with embellishments, glitters, or feminine prints—the list of K-accessories are endless! Anne definitely has a growing collection of them, too.
Jumbo snap clips, P225.05, Claire’sContinue reading below ↓
This signature Korean look is the easiest to copy. Put on a cutesy sweater or a little high school-inspired dress, and then just add bobby pins—two, please!
Pearl and star design bobby pin set, P149.81, Forever 21Continue reading below ↓
Koreans don’t only wear it at home or while they’re washing their face. Anne wears hers with slightly disheveled hair—chic!
Red headband with bow, P499, H&MContinue reading below ↓
Another way to wear bows is around your ponytail.
Blush ribbon choker that can be worn as a hair tie, P571.56, Claire’sContinue reading below ↓
Amp up the cuteness by wearing stylish berets—plus points if you get one with a cute little poof on top!
Faux pom-pom beret, P574.98, Forever 21Continue reading below ↓