You will need:
Jump rings in your chosen colour and quantity (size dependent on hair thickness)
Charms or beads (optional)
I wasn't sure of the size that I would need so I purchased 16mm and 18mm Silver Plated Jump Rings. I thought it would look nice to have some sort of charm or bead on the rings so they wouldn't look so plain. I picked up these Tibetan Silver beads from Ebay too, with a 1.5mm hole big enough to slide onto the rings.
This DIY is so simple, it will take you all of 2 minutes! Simply open the ring by pushing/pulling the ends apart, slide on the bead(s), insert into hair and close.
Here's how I'll be styling mine this summer
This is one of my favourite summer outfits. Easy breezy silk blouse, maxi skirt and tan sandals. I made this skirt from some traditional batik fabric that I picked up whilst travelling around Indonesia. Seeing as the outfit is quite soft and drapey, I the hair rings add a 'tough' edge.There are so many possibilities with hair rings...the size, colour and how many you use. You could add a flourish of tiny ones or go full-on with an army of them. I think a big fat fishtail braid with a tonne of these nestled in would look so impactive. I can't wait to try out some different hair styles and throw in a few of my new hair rings.