According to the Dictionary, a scrunchie is “a thick elasticated band loosely covered with fabric, used to hold a bunch of hair, for example, in a pony tail.”
Interesting. Obviously those reference book people didn’t call me up to write the description of this lovely hair accessory. If I were consulted, the definition would read:
Scrunchie (n) a thick elasticated band covered with fabric, popularized in the Eighties and worn only by children, cheerleaders, ironic hipsters who shop at American Apparel, or women while washing their faces at night (but only as a last resort)
Seriously. Who wears scrunchies?
This lady does obviously…. and bedazzled hair pins too. I not so slyly chased Miss El-No down the street hoping to catch a good shot of this hair don’t. What resulted was a series of action shots that are making me consider publishing a bad hair flipbook.
I think Miss El-No should ditch the outdated hair accessories. She can update her look with some of these classic options from Lock and Mane.
Deepa Gurnani Stone and Chain Three Circle Headwrap for $75
France Luxe Melrose Ponytail Holder for $23
Jennifer Ouellette Extra Wide Striped Headband for $28