Fed Up of Getting a Pony Mark When Wearing a Pony Tail? Try a Hair Scrunchie!

A scrunchy hair tie is a piece of elastic covered by material such as cotton, velour, satin, chiffon, etc.

A scrunchy hair tie is a piece of elastic covered by material such as cotton, velour, satin, chiffon, etc.

I’m sure you all agree with me that pony tail holders were definitely one of the smartest inventions of hair accessories. They allow us to be comfortable by just putting our hair up and out of our face at any time. In addition to providing comfort, they give a neat and classy look for any hair length. However, the one thing that sometimes keeps people away from wearing a pony tail holder is when they have their hair professionally done and as much as they would love to keep their hair up for a bit they do not want to leave a pony mark in their hair – which is why we have scrunchies.

A scrunchy hair tie is a piece of elastic covered by material such as cotton, velour, satin, chiffon, etc. Since it has a layer of material around it, it does not leave a mark when you take it off which is why you can enjoy the best of both worlds when wearing a scrunchie. They come in many different styles and colors. They can be found in dark colors such a s black, navy, brown, etc. for a classy and simple look as well as in bright neon colors for a funky and exciting look and of course everything else in between.  Just as any other pony holder, they are small and compact which allows you to keep it in to your purse or pocket book at all times in case of emergency.

So especially in the winter time when you are wearing a hat outdoors and you would like to keep your hair up without messing it up, definitely go for a stylish scrunchie pony holder to provide the comfort you are looking for as well as keep your hair in tip top shape.

 

 

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