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My Favorite Hair Accessory 🐆

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FaceBareSkinCare
I have thin straight hair that is bleached blonde and my favorite hair accessory is definitely the sprunchies by Invisibobble. There are a bunch of products by them but the leopard print, black and light pink sprunchies are my favorite. They have a harder elastic in the middle of them, a coily pony tail made out of some sort of plastic like their original ones, and they’re so soft! These hold hair really well while giving the perk of soft fabric on the outside. I first found these at Sephora and they’re $8 and just meant to be a secure hair tie with extra cuteness. These really take a plain ponytail or bun to the next level and it makes me feel cute when wearing one, especially the leopard one. The best part? You don’t have to do anything different than normal to use them! You can just make a regular bun or ponytail by tipping over your head, gathering up your hair and pulling it over, twisting it and repeating until you run out. I generally do two twists but could do three if I wanted to with my hair. These can also be found at Ulta, Target and Beauty Expert. invisibobble - Sprunchie Scrunchie
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Oct. 4
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Amy_Hthx for sharing!!
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Must Have Hair Accessories🎀
Okay so I’ll just say it now, I’m obsessed with scrunchies. I love to use them in my hair, wear them on my wrist, use them as photo props...the list goes on. My hair type is fine, straight, and long. I often have my best luck on hair that is at least 2 days post wash, often the dirtier the better🤪 Some of my favourite scrunchies are the invisibobble - Sprunchie Scrunchie they are so cute and because there is a “coily pony tail” inside the scrunchie, they hold my fine hair super well. They retail for about $10 each Canadian which I think is reasonable. I personally wear a scrunchie in my hair probably 4/7 days a week. I love that they hold my hair, look adorable, and don’t leave a big ugly crease in my hair after wear. I honestly rarely use any other form of pony tail holders anymore and rely solely on my scrunchie collection (it’s large). One of my favourite scrunchie styles is the top knot (pictured in the second photo) or the half-up too knot (pictured third). To achieve these looks, I simply pull all or half my hair up and back using my hands (I like it to be a bit messy) and then wrap it around itself. If I do all of my hair I’ll secure it with a coiled pony tail holder before adding the scrunchie; when I do half my hair I just use the scrunchie. Have you hopped on the scrunchie trend? What are some other hair accessories you’re loving right now? #CheriePartner
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bare.beauty.blog
Simple 3 Step Hair Bun👱🏼‍♀️
This is for all my fine and long haired people out there who struggle with even basic hair styles and whose hair doesn’t hold curl or volume despite hair spray! 1. Make a high ponytail with a thin elastic👱🏼‍♀️ Tips: You can Bobbi pin loose bits or brush them before making the style so it’s tighter. You can also use a hair oil or clear brow gel for flyaways at this point or at the end. 2. Twist and wrap hair in circle around the ponytail elastic until it’s fully wrapped around. Pull and adjust so all pieces are in place to your liking. Redo if needed to get it to look how you’d like it to in the middle. 3. For extra security, use Bobbi pins to pin together. 4. Put big sprunchie on top! My favorite is from Invisibobble. They’re really soft and big and they also have a variety of colors and patterns. My favorites are their light pink and leopard print ones but they have a bunch! 💕What’s your favorite easy style? invisibobble - Sprunchie Scrunchie
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