Emma Watson Rocks A Barrette Bonanza

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We've always had a place in our hearts for the barrette. It's the staple for all things middle-school hair and a lifesaver when it comes to managing growing bangs. So, it's been great seeing our old friend pop up on the runway more and more — and now, it looks like it's made its way to the red carpet via some daring starlets. Ladies and gents, we give you Emma Watson and her Barrette Bonanza.
Spotted in Barcelona at the premiere of her new film, Noah, our favorite hair accessory helped Watson keep her sideswept mane in place. It's not just one or two holding that look together. Oh no, it's a virtual hair-accessory party up in there. We counted at least six barrettes in what appears to be an arrow-like formation running along the side of her head. It's kind of punk-pretty, and we're into it.
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Now, should you rock a head full of barrettes like this? Sure, but we'd follow Watson's lead and save this look for the evening hours — it's a lot of look for the office.
Thoughts on this look? Love it or leave it? Let's discuss in the comments below.


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