Express your African heritage with fun, bold, and stylish accessory designs created by Accented Glory. No look is complete without great accessories!
Accented Glory Was Featured On Essence!
Accented Glory's Cowrie Tassel Earring design was featured on Essence! Check out photos of our friend Marissa of Shabby Chic + Cheap rockin our featured earring design. Visit Accessory Diva Blog to read about Accented Glory being a part of Essence's Etsy Black Women Designers Guide.
Cowrie Shell Afro Puff Holder
Accented Glory is a handcrafted women’s fashion accessory brand. Our specialty is natural hair accessory and afrocentric jewelry designs. Our hair accessory designs are created with fabrics and materials that minimize damage to kinky, coily, and curly hair.
Our signature natural hair accessory design is the Afro Puff Holder. The afro puff is one of the most common styles worn by women with natural hair. This hair accessory design provides an all-in-one style option for the busy natural who's looking to save time. It'll hold your afro puff in place and accent your hairstyle at the same time.
Visit our online shops to view and purchase our hair accessory and jewelry designs. To help us expand our reach, you can host a party and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube. Thanks in advance for assisting us in growing our brand and remember, no look is complete without great accessories!
Styling With Hair Accessories Guide
Accented Glory's visionary has created an e-guide for women with natural hair! In this concise guide, she shares what naturals should consider when styling with and purchasing hair accessories. She also dispels common myths about hair accessory use and provide tips that minimize damage to kinky, coily, and curly hair. Visit styling with hair accessories to learn more.
**Affiliate Disclosure: Accented Glory's visionary (Tonya Cross) is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
She also belong to other affiliate programs as well, such as Awin and Inspirits Arts where we may earn a small commission if you make a purchase. It’s no extra cost to you but a benefit to our brand.**