Hairstyles with scrunchie: How to style the trendy hair tie properly


Hairstyles with scrunchie: How to style the trendy hair tie properly

Whether velvet or satin look: Scrunchies found their way back into our hair from the 90s. The wide, eye-catching hair ties spice up every outfit and make even the simplest hairstyles immediately look more stylish.

Are you interested in the trendy hair accessory? Here are 4 lightning-fast styling ideas to imitate:

Elegant look: low bun with scrunchie

For the low bun, the scrunchie has two advantages: First, the bun with the wide hair tie holds much better. On the other hand, the scrunchie makes the hair bun look particularly feminine and elegant.

That’s how it’s done:

Tie your hair together into a deep ponytail with a thin braid. Then wrap the braid around the thin braid and fix the bun with the scrunchie. If you like, you can braid the braid beforehand and then wrap it in a bun. This gives the bun more hold and also a romantic look. Finally, apply a little hairspray and smooth the hair on your head. This avoids frizz and makes your hair look smooth and neat.

Scrunchie: How to style the cable elastic properly!© Getty Images

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Perfect for long hair: high braid with scrunchie

With this hairstyling, the trendy hair tie comes into its own particularly well. Perfect for anyone who wants to upgrade their outfit with an eye-catching scrunchie.

That’s how it’s done:

Tie your hair into a very high ponytail. It is best to first use a thin cable that gives your hair a good hold and holds it up. Then tie the scrunchie over the first cable elastic. By the way: The high ponytail is ideal to delay washing your hair a little. It holds best with unwashed hair and perfectly conceals a greasy base.

Scrunchie: How to style the cable elastic properly!© Getty Images

Flash styling with scrunchie: deep-set braid

You can also spice up a braid tied deep in the neck with a scrunchie. The striking hair tie makes the hairstyle immediately look more fashionable. The deep-seated braid is particularly popular, especially in the wanted undone style, in which the hair falls down easily. The best thing: the hairstyle succeeds in a few seconds!

That’s how it’s done:

Tie your hair deep into the neck in a loose ponytail. If you have longer hair, you can then slide the scrunchie down a little so that it lies loosely on the neck. Finally, pluck a few strands of hair out at the front. If you like, you can style the hanging highlights with the flat iron or curling iron into soft waves.

Scrunchie: How to style the cable elastic properly!© Getty Images

Casual: half-bun with scrunchie

The half-bun is just as hip and quickly styled as the loose ‘undone’ ponytail. The scrunchie gives the popular bun hairstyle a playful, feminine look.

That’s how it’s done:

Just take the top coat and tie it up into a high braid. Then twist the braid, turn it into a bun and fix it with the scrunchie. Another option is to tie the upper part of the hair like a high ponytail and not pull the hair end out of the scrunchie, so that a casual loop knot is created.

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Scrunchie: Here you can shop for the trendy hair tie

Elegant scrunchies with a satin look you get it in a 3-pack for about 3 euros, for example here at Amazon. *

Scrunchies for aftershopping© Amazon

Super practical for fine and shorter hair: Extra narrow scrunchies in satin look. For example, here at NA-KD in a 3-pack for approx. 12 euros. *

Never again without scrunchies? Here is a cheap set of 9 with velvet hair bands in different colors for about 10 euros at Amazon. *

Scrunchies for aftershopping© Amazon

 

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