Silk Scrunchies Are

Bringing Back The ‘90s

Ever since Slip, the silk pillowcase brand, came onto the beauty scene, I've been so obsessed with the benefits of sleeping on this luxe fabric. Not only does it make me feel bougie AF, it's the perfect extension to my beauty routine. So imagine my delight when Slip took that same fabric and made a scrunchie with it...on trend and good for my hair? I'll take it!

If the throwback trend isn't something you could ever see yourself wearing in public, it's the perfect accessory to pull your hair back in the privacy of your own home. Whether you're washing your face, cleaning house or getting ready for bed, scrunchies are an ideal alternative to rubber bands that snag and pull your hair.
"If you're all about the trend like I am, the solid-colored silk scrunchies are the chicest accessory to keep hair out of your face, while making a fashion statement at the same time."

My favorite way to wear one is to curl the base of my ponytail, tease it at the top to for some extra volume, and wrap it in the silky pale pink scrunchy. It's feminine, super girly and so '90s, in the best way. I also love a sleek topknot paired with the large black scrunchie. It gives an everyday casual hairstyle a shiny update and doesn't feel outdated at all.

The small scrunchies are clutch for anyone who wants to be gentle on their hair but doesn't necessarily want to use it as a fashion statement. It's much more understated, but also allows you to reap the benefits...

Optimal for running errands, pulling you hair out of your face at the gym or styling bad hair days, if you keep a scrunchie everywhere (in your car, purse, gym bag), and you'll never have a bad hair day again. OK, I can't really promise that, but at least your living/sleeping habits won't be responsible.

Finally, a trend that takes us back to our childhood days in the most adorable way, that's actually GOOD for our hair. Needless to say, I'm totally buggin'.

- Stephanie Montes | Part-Time Fashion & Beauty Writer at Elite Daily

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