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Celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan – known for creating some of Khloé Kardashian's and Ashley Graham's most iconic looks — just teamed up with Kitsch to launch a super glamorous hair accessory collection. The collaboration is inspired by '90s-logo mania and features five statement hair clips that make it simple to glam up any outfit.

Those sparkly Gucci hair clips have been causing quite a stir in the beauty world in recent months. But they cost a whopping $400. So Marjan decided to create her own affordable versions for everyday wear.

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"We all want the $500 Gucci hairpin, but that’s not realistically affordable for most young people," Marjan said. "Kitsch and I worked overtime to create standout designs that are easy to use no matter your skill level, with an effortless glam factor that translates runway inspiration to the real world."

And collaborating with Kitsch to launch the line was a no-brainer. "I’ve been using their hair accessories for years and would always message them [Kitsch] on Instagram asking about certain pieces or if they could make things," she told InStyle. "I love that they make quality and trendy pieces at an affordable price point, so when they messaged me to discuss a Kitsch x Justine Marjan collaboration, I was so excited!"

You can shop the collection below or over on MyKitsch.com.

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Drippin Rhinestone Bobby Pin ($29)

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Glam Rhinestone Bobby Pin ($29)

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Feelings Rhinestone Bobby Pin ($29)

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Damn Rhinetone Bobby Pin ($29)

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Rhinestone Bobby Pins 12 Pack ($49)

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Fans and other celebrities are super excited about the affordable collection.

And in case you need some tips on how to style these babies, Marjan suggests placing them slightly off-center or creating a random pattern. "It’s actually more pleasing to the eye if it follows a pattern that gives the illusion of a random finish!"