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Hair Scrunchies: Frequently Asked Questions

  Photo by 🇸🇮 Janko Ferlič on Unsplash Hair scrunchies are staple accessories for all hair types. They are much better to use than traditional rubber bands that can cause breakage or even become entangled in the hair. The elastic portion (usually spandex) of the scrunchie is covered by a cloth material, mostly polyester or satin. These simple hair accessories can be worn on the wrist as well as the hair. Read on to find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.  Photo Credit: www.alexfashionplace.com Are Scrunchies Good for Hair? Scrunchies are highly recommended for ponytail and bun styles. Because of the soft material that covers the elastic, a scrunchie is unlikely to cause any kind of breakage. You can even wear one of these easy-to-style accessories in a top bun and run errands as well as take a nap. What's important and unlike rubber bands, the scrunchie can be safely pulled from your hairstyle without experiencing any damage. Can Scrunchies Get Wet? Just like

Trend Alert: Corsets (2022)

  Photo by  Lydia Stojanov  on  Unsplash Corsets are among the hottest fashion trends in 2022 and 2023. From traditional, elastic corsets to bustier tops and bodysuits, this new style movement is all about feeling confident and empowered. The corset dates back to the early 1900s. Women wore these bodices in the Edwardian and Victorian era. The narrow waisted look in fashion later transitioned to the slim silhouette by the 1920s. Manufacturers began to create the elasticized corsets as supportive undergarments for women. By the 1930s, there was a greater interest in small silhouettes with an emphasis on the hourglass figure. By the 1950s and 1960s, most women were wearing foundation garments underneath their clothes. In the 1970s and 1980s, corsets became popular as an outerwear trend. They were designed to flatten the belly and raise the bosom. Corsets made a comeback in the 2000s with a more satin and ribboned look. By 2015, the corselette began to appear on the spring/summer runway