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3 Easy Ways to Bring the Cottagecore Aesthetic To Your Hair

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If you’ve spent any time on social media the past few months, you’ve probably heard the term “cottagecore” being thrown around. It’s the dreamy aesthetic that’s been trending during quarantine and the reason why your Instagram feed has been filled with images of elaborate picnic setups and girls in frilly, floral dresses. Pretty much, cottagecore speaks to this romanticized idea of living in the countryside.

For those of you who still have no idea what I’m talking about, TikTok user Lillie Elkins (@lillies.apothecary) defines it best: “Anyone else just want to, like, move off the grid into a cottage in the middle of a forest where you can bathe in a nearby stream, make your own quilts, grow your own herbs and spices, and dance with fairies?” It’s basically Taylor Swift’s Folklore brought to life.

Quarantine’s favorite aesthetic has been popping up in everything from fashion to interior design and now, even hair. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite hairstyles that give off major cottagecore vibes.

Flowers In Her Hair

The cottagecore aesthetic is very romantic and soft, so for hair this means decorating your lovely locks with some pretty blooms. The more flowers, the better!

This flower pull through braid look that celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan created is fit for a Disney princess. She shared a tutorial on her TikTok for this style that you’ll surely want to copy for your next picnic.

If box braids are more your vibe, try adding some colorful florals to your look like content creator Ashley Sims .

A french braid looks extra pretty when adorned with daisies like this one on blogger Emma Graceland.

Clip It Real Good

These days claw clips have become super popular, especially for people who are fans of the cottagecore look. The beloved ‘90s hair accessory is perfect for pulling off all those effortlessly cute hairstyles you’ve been seeing all over Instagram.

Keep your hair out of your face while you frolic in some fields with an adorable butterfly clip like blogger Mia Enriquez.

Make all your half-up half-down hair dreams come true with a cute clip that matches your outfit like influencer Matilda Djerf.

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Wrap It Up

Hair scarves have easily become everyone’s favorite hair accessory this season and for good reason – there’s so many ways to style them.

Keep things super simple and just wrap your scarf around your hair like creator Iridessence.

Give your favorite hair tie a rest and dress up your ponytail with a pretty patterned scarf like blogger Kelsey Heinrichs.

Are you a fan of the cottagecore aesthetic? Let us know in the comments below.

Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung is a Features Editor, based in Georgia, covering all things hair at The Tease. You can find her writing about the best hair products, the coolest hair trends, and all the exciting new hair launches.