I’ve been loving Scunci hair accessories ever since I first discovered them as they’re so affordable, yet effective and they encourage me to be a little more adventurous when styling my hair instead of just having it down straight or in a messy bun. The Scunci hair accessories can be found in the likes of Boots, Claire’s Accessories, Superdrug and as well as Primark stores and I can’t believe how many different accessories they have to offer.
Hair band / hair bobbles / hair ties – whatever you call them, they’re a very unglamorous accessory but a necessity if you have long hair and I already really like the Scunci Cashmere hair elastics. These Scunci Non Slip Grip Elastics are completely rubber with no joins, or metal pieces so they’re supposedly kinder on the hair and this pack contains both clear and black elastics. I have super long, thick hair and sadly these aren’t big enough to wrap around my hair enough times to secure my hair but I think they’d work nicely for those with thinner hair as they’re not massively big.
Next up is the Scunci No Slip Grip Jaw Clip which is a conventional crocodile clips in a tortoiseshell design, but it’s not like other large hair clips as it has rubberised bumps inside which you can only see when you open the clip up wide. The little rubberised bumps grip the hair to stop the clip from sliding out of your hair which is such a clever idea and the hinge is good quality so I can hold all of my hair without worrying about it breaking.
I love using grips for whenever I want to clip back just a small amount of hair to give the impression I’ve put a bit of effort into my hairstyle when in fact it took me 10 seconds. These Scunci Non Slip Grip Small Barrettes come in a pack of four with two black and two tortoiseshell clips, and they have rubber coating the clip enclosure to grip the hair which hopefully you can see in the photo above so they shouldn’t slide out of the hair.
I already have a few of these little mini clips, but this is the Scunci No Slip Grip Mini Jaw Clips which are a miniature size of the jumbo clip I mentioned above. Although they’re smaller in size, they still have the same rubberised bumps inside to hold the hair and a good quality hinge. These are good for pinning back your fringe, or for pinning hair away from your face if you like layers like myself.
How boring are hair grips?! However these hair grips have me excited as they’re the best hair grips I’ve tried. The Scunci Non Slip Grip Hair Grips contains 48 grips, which are considerably larger than standard hair grips – as shown above. Not only are they much bigger, they’re also coated in a rubberised coating which is so, so good at gripping the hair. I wash my hair almost every day so it’s always super shiny which is a nightmare for hair grips and clips as they tend to just slide straight out but these hair grips stay put all day long and I’m converted and won’t ever go back to standard non rubberised hair grips now.
I would like to know if you’ve ever tried any Scunci Hair Accessories before?
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