Silk scrunchies: Your go-to hair accessory through thick and thin
Silk scrunchies are back and how. With Hailey Biber, Gigi Hadid, Salena Gomez and many others rocking them on red carpets, the 90s silk scrunchies have made a comeback in the world of hair accessories.
Especially during the lockdown, you can’t deny that scrunchies have been your best friends through thick and thin. Literally haven’t let your hair down in long.
So far we have stocked up elastic hair ties but we really need to let them go. It not only causes a lot of tension but also leads to split ends, breakage and hair fall eventually. Some even talk about experiencing headaches due to tight tucks.
So why are Silk scrunchies great for your hair?
When it comes to your hair, silk is highly recommended even when it comes to pillowcases. So why not crunchies? They are stylish, cute and keep your hair away without causing it any distress. They are a perfect hair accessory, for all hair types, especially for damaged and dry hair.
- Its natural texture is easy on your hair.
- Improves hair quality.
- Prevents frizziness.
- Reduces thinning and split ends.
- Protects your hair from breakage.
- Control tangling.
- Leaves tour hair soft.
How to keep your scrunchies silky?
As silk hair, scrunchies can be great for your hair but it is important to restore the silkiness of scrunchie or they can get dirty and creasy. Wash them with shampoo and rinse under lukewarm water. Air dry as they are delicate.
Silk hair scrunchies look classy and add an edge to your look. You can experiment with colorful prints or even go neon. The best part about silk scrunchies is when you wear them on your wrist as well. Major fashion flex for sure!