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The Surprising Ways You Can Use Scrunchies



There are numerous things available on the market to tie or secure your hair. Among them, one of the most popular one is the scrunchies. They are found in every cosmetic and beauty accessory shop worldwide. It is because they are used popularly to style hair in different ways.

You will find different types of stylish, colourful and of good quality scrunchies at the online stores like Sweet Aesthetics It is a small business making scrunchies in Australia. You can visit their website to find the latest designs.

Many hair salons often advise using scrunchies to style the tresses in different trendy ways. You will be surely surprised after getting to know about so many ways to wear them. It will also compel you to add some of them to your fashion accessories.

Here are a few simple ways of wearing scrunchies:

• High ponytail: It may be old fashion style, but it is still a favourite of all as it binds your hair back to prevent them drooping over your forehead and face. All that needs to be done is to pull all the hair strands to the crown of your head and secure it with a scrunchie. It is comfortable on hot days and suits well with short skirts and tops.

• Make a messy bun: Only a few steps are involved thus you can have the hairdo in a couple of minutes. Firstly, comb your hair and make a pony tail binding the lock of hair with a simple scrunchie. Again twist your hair and pass through the fastening band, but stop in halfway. You can view a messy round bun.

• Bubble ponytail: It suits girls having long hair. They just need to make high pony tail securing it with a fashionable scrunchie. Then add on more of them on locks of hair below to make the hairdo look brighter and attractive.

• Half – up: Normally worn by teenagers and college-goers. They pull the hair present above the ears to make a ponytail. The scrunchie is tightly bound to hold the hair all day long. Some attach ribbon over the scrunchie to look prettier.

• Slick Bun: It is mostly preferred by ladies of middle and old age. It goes well with any kind of professional outfits and of course with laced tops worn over knee-length skirts. The hair is fully brushed backward and a low bun is made secured by bobby pins. Then, over the bun scrunchie is added to brighten the look of the bun. You can even adorn a couple of roses on the scrunchie side to add to the beauty of hairstyle.

• Pigtails: Another old-style way of double-side ponytail but its look can be enhanced by wearing a colourful beaded scrunchie to tighten the strands. It looks best on teenagers.

• Braids: People mostly prefer to wear scrunchie instead of rubber bands to secure their stylish braids as they won't pull hair.
Whether the scrunchies are of brighter colours or dark colours, all look awesome if worn with the right kind of hairstyle. To know more log on to the website of Zoka Hair Salon where you can learn hairstyling using trendy scrunchies.










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