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Why Scrunchies Work Wonders for Thick Hair

  Photo by cottonbro studio on Pexels Thick hair comes with its fair share of challenges, especially when it's time to look for the right hair accessory that not only conforms to the width of the strands, but also maintains its durability. For those with luscious locks, the struggle to find a reliable and comfortable hair tie is real. Read on to discover why scrunchies are not just a fashion statement but a practical and effective solution for those with thick hair.  Gentle Hold One of the primary concerns for those with thick hair is the likeliness of damage and breakage caused by hair ties that are either too thin or too tight. Likewise, traditional elastics, such as the classic rubber band, can be incredibly harsh, leading to stress on the hair shaft and the possibility of extensive damage from pulling and tugging on the band. Scrunchies, with their soft and elastic fabric, provide a gentler hold. The larger surface area distributes the pressure more evenly, reducing the risk o

Top 4 Creative Ways to Wear a Bandana

 

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There's a huge bandana trend that people are obsessing over. You've seen them at runway shows during Fashion Week as well as on social media. There are hundreds of creator videos showing viewers how to sport the look. Besides from being trendy, it's creative and incredibly versatile. You can have a collection of these in different colors and designs, and pair these accessories with a wide range of outfits. What's neat about bandanas is that you can purchase them in different sizes (small, medium, large), depending on how you plan to wear them. We've rounded up the top 4 ways to wear a bandana. Check it out below.

Headband

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 If you're opting for the headband, get it in a medium or large. This style is ideal as an everyday look, whether you're going shopping or lounging around the home. Simply fold the material several times to create a horizontal line. Wrap it around the forefront of your head, and loop it into a knot.

 

 

Around Ponytail 

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If you're looking to keep your hair off your face, secure a bandana around an elastic band. You can try different creative tricks for your hairstyle by leaving a few pieces out as bangs in the front or a half up half down ponytail. Secure one or two knots, depending on the length of the bandana. Allow the remainder of the material to hang freely around the ponytail. 

As a Choker

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Wearing a small-sized headband as a choker will work with any casual style and can be worn with with sneakers or other styles of comfortable shoes. You can make a loose tie that hangs along your upper chest, or secure it slightly tighter, allowing the material to hang on the side.

 Handbag Accessory

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Create a personalized look with your bandana by wrapping it around the handles of a handbag. This style works with all sizes of bags, from medium to large. Start small folds until it forms a horizontal line. Wrap it around the bag handles. Make one knot, and allow the material to hang along the side. Consider the Argyle Bandana in the picture above, where the model has a small bag with a medium-sized bandana. 


 
 


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