15 Best Hair Clips & Barrettes For Every Hair Type


When you want to take your hair game up a notch in an instant and on the cheap, you can’t beat the versatility of a hair clip. Even better, right now in the world of beauty, hair clips are having a moment again, so they’re an on-trend solution for dealing with anything from pesky bangs to lifeless locks — and everything in between. “As with much of the Y2K fashion coming back in style, hair clips are no different,” says Gregory Patterson, celebrity stylist and DIY expert for .”They’re easy, effortless, and can still make the wearer look polished from day to night.”

Part of the reason clips are so popular right now lies in their versatility and user-friendliness for creating a salon-worthy style at home or on the go. “Using a clip is an easy but stylish way to look put together with tons of room to play — perfect for the hair pro or hair novice,” adds Patterson. Clips can even be helpful for sectioning off your hair to blow dry, straighten, or curl it, even if you don’t intend to include the clip in your finished look.

All clips aren’t created equally, and certain designs and materials are better suited for particular lengths and types of hair. In general though, it’s best to select something made of metal or a sturdy plastic with a tight point of closure, be that by spring, snap, pin, or clamp. You can find clips in a variety of finishes and colors — with and without embellishments like rhinestones, beads, and even bows— so there’s something out there that’ll appeal to just about every aesthetic.

If you haven’t been using hair clips lately, you probably just haven’t found the right one. Use this guide to hone in on your perfect match and stock up, so you can have a clip in every bag to change up your look on a whim.

Jurassic Park: Camp Cretaceous Clip Reveals A Totally New Location


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Jurassic Park: Camp Cretaceous Clip Reveals A Totally New Location

Ask any ’80s or ’90s kid, and they likely remember how terrified they were watching “Jurassic Park” for the first time. The original Steven Spielberg film was groundbreaking with its incredible special effects, truly making the cloned dinosaurs of Isla Nubar feel real. The scariness of the dinosaurs left audiences wanting more, and the film grew into an incredibly successful franchise, the latest installment being the upcoming “Jurassic World: Dominion.”

However, the team at Universal Pictures recognized that even today’s kids might be a bit too frightened by the lifelike dinosaurs, so the franchise has also branched off into a very successful animated show called “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous,” which premiered on Netflix in 2020. The series follows a group of teenagers who win a once-in-a-lifetime visit to Camp Cretaceous, but are soon met with chaos as the dinosaurs escape and run amok on the island. Critics appreciate the youth-friendly take on the “Jurassic Park” franchise, with Brooke Bajgrowicz of Mashable calling the series “a spirited romp through the jungle [that] will surprise and delight the young audience it was designed for.”

Now “Camp Cretaceous” is gearing up for its hotly anticipated fourth season, and fans just got a look at a very interesting new location in the show.

Peacemaker Clip Reveals the Superhero Has a New Friend… and That He Hates Aquaman


Screenshot: HBO Max

The show Peacemaker, a spin-off of the eponymous character played by John Cena in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, is coming at us in the new year. For those who haven’t seen the film, Christopher Smith/Peacemaker is… not the most ethical guy but justifies everything he does as protecting America.

Naturally, the series is a comedy.

You can see some of this comedy in action in a short clip posted on the show’s Twitter account. In it, we see Peacemaker—still in the hospital but fully recovered—have a nice back-and-forth with actor Rizwan Manji (The Magicians, Schitt’s Creek), a janitor named Jamil who has kind of but not really befriended Peacemaker as the superhero recovered from his wounds.

Check it out below:

if you think aquaman is more of a hero than i am, you must literally be a fish pic.twitter.com/mb6RQrHIhb — Peacemaker on HBO Max (@DCpeacemaker) November 30, 2021

“I made a vow to have peace, no matter how many people I have to kill to get it.” That pretty much sums up Peacemaker in a nutshell! The clip also strongly suggests that those who are a fan of Gunn’s work—the filmmaker has recently directed both Guardians of the Galaxy movies as well as The Suicide Squad—will find Peacemaker to be equally entertaining.

I, for one, really enjoyed the banter between Manji and Cena, something we’ll no doubt see more of on the show since Manji is a recurring character in the show’s eight episodes. Whether Aquaman makes an appearance, however, remains to be seen, though I’d have no complaints if we see Momoa’s Aquaman take on Cena’s character in a way that causes violent, darkly humorous repercussions.

Peacemaker is set to premiere on HBO Max on January 13, 2022.