In the 90s the absolute trend part and today back in our hair: the scrunchie. The vintage hairband made of silk, velvet, and Co. simply spices up every hairstyle!
A scrunchie is not only super practical and keeps our hair in check, but also gives well-known hairstyles that certain something. The trendy headband comes in all different colors, materials, patterns, and sizes - so there is the perfect scrunchie for everyone! We'll show you the best styling options for the trendy hair accessory from the past!
A bun comes in many different variations. But whether elegant or messy, a high or a deep bun or two space buns - the scrunchie always gives your bun that certain something. Due to the thickness of the hairband, the slightly shorter hair can be held together much better with layered cuts. Nevertheless, with thicker hair, it is often better if you first tie your bun with a classic hair tie and then do a stylish scrunchie over it. So your beautiful hairstyle is sure to last all day long.
Even with the classic ponytail, you and your scrunchie have no limits. With the great headband, a simple and quick braid at the nape of the neck can easily become a statement hairstyle. With a high ponytail, you put the scrunchie in the limelight. The XXL hair band provides extra volume and can also hide a greasy approach in an emergency. But here, too, it is an advantage to fix your ponytail with a classic hair tie first, as the thick scrunchie usually cannot be wrapped around a pigtail as often, and thus the hold could be missing. If you choose the vintage hair accessory to match your outfit, your look will be a real eye-catcher - despite the little time invested.
Braided hairstyles can look a bit old-fashioned at first glance - but with the right scrunchie, you can bring some pep into the classic braids. But you can also use the hair accessory in a wide variety of ways with braided hairstyles: with an elegant herringbone braid as a kickoff, with a braided ponytail right at the beginning of the braid, or with boxer braids in the middle. If you are an absolute scrunchie lover, there are not only the classic methods of using a hair elastic but also the option of integrating several hairbands into your braided hairstyle.
With half hair, your hair no longer hangs around your face, but you can still wear it open. A scrunchie turns the practical look into a beautifully stylish hairstyle. You have the option to style the hairband like a high ponytail and thus make it the focus of your hairstyle. Another variant is to slightly twist or braid the hair at the front and fix it at the back of the head with a scrunchie - the scrunchie is a somewhat inconsequential part of your hairstyle, but still attracts everyone's attention from behind your hairstyle.