Whether you’re fixing a bad hair day or trying to channel your inner VSCO girl, scrunchies have made a style comeback, and they’re here to stay for the new decade.
After being invented in the 1960s and popularized by pop culture figures like Madonna in the
Well, here we have five different ways you can style that cute scrunchie you just know will pair well with your outfit of the day.
This is practically the main hairstyle a scrunchie was intended for. It’s great to keep your hair out of your face and show off the scrunchie as a nice accessory.
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This is a style that gives someone the luxury of keeping some amount of hair out of their face as well as having some hair to frame their face at the same time. I’m a big fan of this look when I don’t feel like spending too much time on my hair, and a cute scrunchie is the perfect way to tie it all together.
One way to add a little texture to your hair and style it is a braid. I always felt awkward with a thin black hair tie at the end of my braid, so a scrunchie is a quick fix to this problem.
As a variation of the half up half down style, this way of doing your hair adds a little more detail before meeting with the scrunchie to tie it all together.
A hairstyle as old as time, the most efficient looking way to use this scrunchie is to tie your hair back into a twisted bun at the nape of your neck. The good thing about the scrunchie is it holds everything together and gives a professional look at the same time.
There are many uses for this chosen hair accessory that don’t even involve your hair. Many people chose just to sport their scrunchie on their wrists or use it alternatively for holding writing utensils together. There will always be a use for scrunchies one way or another and an opportunity for you to show off any scrunchies you’ve been holding on to.
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