Short Hairstyles for Thin Hair


Common advice states that short hairstyles are more flattering for thin hair than long hairstyles. The reasoning? Short hairstyles for thin hair help create the illusion of thickness. But is this claim really true? Keep reading to learn about the pros and cons of short hairstyles for thin hair. Plus, we’ll share some of our favorite short hairstyles for women with thin hair. 

Why Short Hairstyles Are Good for Thin Hair

  • No Added Weight – Short strands put less stress on your follicles because there isn’t heavy length weighing them down. This means your hair will have more volume at the root instead of looking flat and lifeless. 
  • No Tight Updos – You won’t be able to style your hair in tight updos with a shorter cut. It may sound like a drawback, but styling your hair in updos can weaken hair follicles and cause your hair to break. 
  • Less Need for Heat – Short hair dries faster than long hair, so you won’t need to use heating or drying tools often. Less need for heat means less heat damage, which may mean healthier hair in the long run. 
  • Keeps Split Ends Away – Keeping your hair short also ensures you are removing split ends often. 
  • Less Product Needed – You don’t need to use as much conditioner or other hair products, which can help save money. 

Cons of Short Hairstyles 

  • Limited Styling – Short hair, especially chin-length hair, can be hard to style, so you may be limited to fewer looks. 
  • Higher Maintenance – You’ll need to keep up with trimming every 6-8 weeks as your hair grows. 
  • Lack of Versatility – Not every short haircut is flattering to every face shape. Luckily, we have a few styles below that are flattering for most face shapes.

Try These: 3 Short Hairstyles for Thin Hair

1. Pixie Cut


A pixie cut has dense layers and a lot of texture, which can help give the illusion of fullness and volume. Pixie cuts are very short and usually cut to the nape of the neck.  

There are many ways to achieve a pixie cut, making it flattering for many face shapes. It’s also a great short haircut for older women with thin hair because it’s youthful-looking, and there isn’t much daily styling required. 

2. Short Blunt Bob

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A short, blunt bob is a great low-maintenance short hairstyle for thin hair. The blunt edges and short length create the illusion of fullness and weightlessness. 

A blunt bob can be flattering for many face shapes. If you have a rounder face, try cutting your hair below your chin to give the illusion of length. To style a short blunt bob, straightening or adding some subtle wave will do the trick.

3. Layered Lob

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A layered lob is a short layered hairstyle for fine hair that adds some texture if you don’t like the blunt cut. The layers help create the illusion of thickness around the body and at the crown of your head. 

This is the best haircut for those with thin hair and a round face because it helps create an angular look. It’s also a good short hairstyle if you want to keep your hair a bit longer. 

3 Tips to Help Thicken Thin Hair

1. Diet 

Your diet makes a big difference to the health of your hair. After all, you are what you eat! To make sure you’re consuming all the vital nutrients you need for healthy hair growth, try Viviscal Hair Growth Supplements. They contain key vitamins and minerals scientifically proven to nourish thinning hair and promote existing hair growth.* 

2. Stress Management

Stress has been linked with hair loss, and it can significantly impact already thin hair. If you suffer from stress, try adding techniques like meditation or yoga to your routine. 

3. Satin Accessories 

Thin hair can be susceptible to hair breaking or snapping. Use a satin pillowcase while you sleep to help reduce friction-related breakage. 

What do you think of short hairstyles for thin hair? Tell us in the comments below!

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

¹Hadshiew IM, Foitzik K, Arck PC, Paus R. Burden of hair loss: stress and the underestimated psychosocial impact of telogen effluvium and androgenetic alopecia. J Invest Dermatol. 2004 Sep;123(3):455-7. doi: 10.1111/j.0022-202X.2004.23237.x. PMID: 15304082.

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Can you tell that we love Back To School? It’s the perfect time for a fresh start, not only for classes, but for your hair and wardrobe as well. If you checked out our Ultimate Guide to Back To School hairstyles last week, you will notice that Back To School hairstyles this year are all about ease and simplicity. Just because your hairstyle looks complicated, doesn’t mean it has to be complicated to create! 

This week, we have our short haired ladies in mind and have teamed up with our friend Marta, to bring you our favorite back to school hairstyles for short hair. When late nights turn into early mornings and you need to rush to class, these short hairstyles will be just what you need to bring the cool back to school. Check out the video below or keep scrolling for step by step instructions to create these easy hairstyles.

Back To School Hairstyles

These hairstyles can also be created with long hair by adding Luxy Hair extensions. You can check out all our shades here and learn how to blend Luxy Hair extensions with short hair here.

Hairstyle 1: double hidden ponytail

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Back to School Hairstyles for short hair

While having short hair has its advantages (low maintenance and edgy vibe), it can be a bit of a downfall when you simply want to throw your hair into a ponytail. If you have short hair, you’ll know the struggle of tying your hair up, only to have pesky short pieces fall out at the bottom. Here’s a hack to not only fix that problem, but also create a full, bouncy ponytail without the use of hair extensions!

Step 1: Gather the top half of your hair into a half ponytail.

Back to School Hairstyles for short hair

Step 2: Gather the bottom half of your into a ponytail.

Back to School Hairstyles for short hair

Step 3. With a teasing brush, tease both the ponytails into each other, and that’s it! A quick hack to create a longer, fully ponytail with short hair!

Back to School Hairstyles for short hair

Back to School Hairstyles for short hair

Hairstyle 2: flirty pigtails

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Who said college girls can’t wear pigtails? If done correctly, pigtails can be a fun, flirty hairstyle to wear on a night out, for a sorority rush event, or just to keep things fun for class.

Step 1: Start by parting your hair down the middle. Then, gather the hair one one side from your ear level into a high ponytail, securing with a small, clear elastic.

Back to school hairstyles for short hairStep 2: Do the same on the other side.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 3: If your hair is not already curled at this point, the pigtails may look a bit flat, so spice them up by adding in sporadic curls throughout the pigtails as well as any loose hair. Then, run your fingers through your hair to break up the curls and add volume throughout.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 4: Tighten each pigtail at the roots to give them extra lift and bounce.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

This hairstyle gives us total Baby Spice vibes and we’re definitely digging it! 

Hairstyle 3: topsy tail braid

Back to school hairstyles

This hairstyle is perfect for second or third day hair, when you need your hair out of your face, or even as a gym hairstyle…after all, you never know when you could run into that cutie from Psych 101! The key to this hairstyle is to master the art of the topsy tail, which instantly turns any ponytail into a eye catching statement.

Step 1: Gather the top half of your hair into a half ponytail.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 2: Now for the topsy tail. Separate the half ponytail you just created right above the elastic, then flip the ponytail, thread it through the hole, and pull to tighten.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 3: Now, gather a second section of hair until about the nap of your neck, and create another topsy tail.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 4: Gather the rest of your hair into a third and final ponytail, and create a third topsy tail.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Step 5: Curl any pieces of hair in the front, or you can choose to pin them back.

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

Back to school hairstyles for short hair

That’s it! You’ve now created a beautiful topsy tail braid in just four steps! 

Back to school is such a fun time, and the perfect opportunity to reinvent your style and give some new hairstyles a whirl. As you can see, even if you have short hair, the hairstyle possibilities are endless with a few simple steps! If you’ve always wanted long hair, however, be sure to take advantage of our Back To School promotion. Enter promo code BTSLUXY at checkout to receive $10 off any set of Luxy Hair extensions*

*Promotion ends September 3rd, 2018

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For many brides, finding the right hairstyle is right up there with finding the right dress and the perfect makeup look, and we completely understand why. Most brides dream of their wedding day their whole lives! With pictures and video ensuring your memories from your special night live on forever, we’re here to help you make sure your hair is everything you want it to be (and more). 

If you have short hair and feel limited for hairstyle looks, then you’ll need top picks for wedding hairstyles for short hair. If you have medium hair then you need the best-suited wedding hairstyles for medium length hair. For you ladies with long hair, there are so many wedding hairstyles for long hair to choose from. Lastly, if you have thin hair then you’ll need to get creative with wedding hairstyles that can give your naturally thin hair some oomph. Overall, you’ll need a hairstyle tailored for your specific hair type, so you can put your best hair forward on your wedding day.

If you’re a guest at an upcoming wedding, then you’re likely also wondering what you should do with your hair for the occasion. You need the perfect hairstyle that is going to look great, without upstaging the bride.

Don’t fret. If your big day is coming up or you’re a guest at a wedding, we have you covered with easy wedding hairstyles based on your hair type. Here comes the bride!

Wedding hairstyles for thin hair

Here are our top picks for wedding hairstyles for thin hair:

Doughnut Bun

This is a classy look on any bride. Plus if you use a bun maker, this will automatically give you the full bun look you’re looking for. After you create a high ponytail, place the bun maker around the elastic of the ponytail. Then roll the bun maker down to the base of the ponytail to create a full bun. Secure it with some pins, so you can dance the night away like the Dancing Queen that you are. If you don’t have a bun maker, hair extensions work just as well. 

Sweet Braid

The mermaid braid is the envy of all, especially when its wearer has long, thick hair. For those of you with thin hair, don’t worry! You can still achieve this look by using a set of hair extensions to boost your natural hair. For a wedding look, just braid your hair and accessorize it with floral clips or a pretty barrette. This requires limited styling and so we love it for our roundup of easy wedding hairstyles.

Front Braided Updo

This unique style gives the appearance of fuller hair. Start by creating a medium braid and wrap it over the top of your head. Secure the braid with a clip. Then choose an updo of your choice to secure the rest of your hair in the back. The result is a beautiful look that makes the updo look even more romantic. What’s sweeter than a romantic hairstyle that you can fall in love with every time you look at your wedding pictures?

Crown Twist  

Why not consider a crown twist for your big day? This no-fuss look gives you just the right amount of drama. The best part about twisting your hair is that it automatically gives it a fuller look. If you need some extra help with volume then consider adding a set of hair extensions. Once you have the ideal length and thickness, simply gather a few inches of hair at the front of your head and twist it to the back, securing it with a pretty barrette or bold floral clip.

Crimped Waves

If you have thin hair then styling your hair with curls lifts the hair shaft and almost always does the trick. Tease your hair at the crown to give it some extra lift as well. Lastly, add a birdcage veil for a little bit of extra drama (Carrie Bradshaw would be proud).

Wedding hairstyles for long hair

Here are our top picks for wedding hairstyles for long hair. If these ideas aren’t quite your style there are plenty more hairstyles to consider. 

Brushed-out Waves  

Hello, Hollywood glam! This look exudes class and is gorgeous on all brides. We had to include this on our list of easy wedding hairstyles. The waves can be achieved with a large barrel curling iron or even velcro hair rollers, the next step is simply brushing out the curls. This creates a soft, effortless wave pattern. If you need some extra help with length or volume on your big day, use hair extensions to give your hair some oomph—like our favorite hair stylist Ruslan Nureev did with these blonde balayage clip-in extensions.  

Deep Side Part with Barrette 

Start this hairstyle with long, voluminous hair. If you don’t have this naturally use a set of hair extensions. To achieve this elegant hairstyle start by gathering your hair to one side, then use the back of your comb to create a deep side part. Clip a barrette to the opposite side of your head from where you gathered it. Barrettes are on-trend, and there’s a reason—they make almost any look a little bit prettier. Choose one that is embellished and sparkly for your big day. This hairstyle is super feminine because it highlights your collarbone and shoulders. 

Braided Chignon Bun  

The braided chignon bun is an elaborate, but gorgeous hairstyle. The best part of this look is that you won’t have to worry about the style becoming frizzy over the duration of the night, especially if you’re having an outdoor wedding. Start by curling your hair, then twisting small sections of hair and securing each section with bobby pins. There are so many updos to experiment with before the big day. 

Half-up with Flowers

This hairstyle is perfect for the laid back bride since it doesn’t require a huge fuss (or a lot of bobby pins). This look is certainly on the list for easy wedding hairstyles because of how low maintenance it is. Firstly, use a curling iron to create some loose curls throughout your hair. Then section your hair in half and use a clip to secure the top layer. To complete the look, add a few sprigs of baby’s breath to cover the clip. Who doesn’t want to look like an ethereal forest fairy on their wedding day? To level up, this hairstyle try this.

Loose Braid

What’s more boho than a braid…especially a loose one? Start with curled hair, braid it in one large braid at the back of your head, and then tug at the braid to create an undone look. Make sure to leave a few hairs at the front to frame your face. By adding a few flowers to the base of the braid it looks even more boho-chic. 

Wedding hairstyles for short hair

Here are our top picks for wedding hairstyles for short hair:


Short hair can be super elegant, especially with this swept-back look. As far as easy wedding hairstyles go, this look is definitely easy to achieve. Simply brush your hair back with a spritz of hairspray and secure it with a sparkly clip. Another benefit of this hairstyle is how low maintenance it is, you’ll barely have to worry about it throughout the night.

Finger Waves

Another one to add to our list of easy wedding hairstyles is this feminine look. For ladies with a pixie cut already, finger waves can be a fabulous hairstyle for your wedding day. To achieve this hairstyle, use a curling iron with a smaller width to curl small sections of your pixie. Add some shine serum to give it that extra boost and that’s it, you’re ready to walk down the aisle!

Crystal Headband

No matter how short your hair is, a crystal headband can elevate your look. The headband is like a halo making you look like an angel on your big day (especially in a white dress). Just place your headband on your head and tame the rest of your hair underneath. Low-key brides rejoice! This one was a no brainer for easy wedding hairstyles since hairstyling is limited for this look. It’s all about the accessories.

Flower Crown 

Short hair can still be versatile. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. The perfect accessory to a short style is a flower crown! Visit a local florist to choose a beautiful flower crown to wear on your big day #flowerpower.

Deep Side Part with Waves 

If you have a short bob this look is super chic for your big day. It also makes our list of easy wedding hairstyles because of how simple the look is to achieve. Use a curling iron to create loose waves then create a deep side part. Finish the look with a sparkly barrette. 

Wedding hairstyles for medium length hair

Here are our top picks for wedding hairstyles for medium length hair:

Retro Flip

This throwback hairstyle is reminiscent of Jackie O. It’s bringing back all kinds of 70s vibes and we’re loving it. For a bride that isn’t afraid to go back in time, this look is nostalgic in the best way. As far as easy wedding hairstyles go, this one totally fits the bill. Just use a barrel brush and a blowdryer, pulling down and outwards. 

Curly Lob 

This look is fire! These bouncy curls are playful and voluminous just like Sandy from Grease. For the bride that isn’t afraid to look sexy on her big day, this is the hairstyle to try. Transform your predictable lob into something totally unexpected. Plus a little edge on the big day never hurt anybody!

Front Braid and Textured Waves 

This sweet look is even sweeter with baby breath. Start by using a curling iron to create soft waves through your hair. Gather a small section and braid it, clip it back and tuck a sprig of baby breath. 

Soft Slick Back

Keep the hair away from your face with this soft slick back. To achieve this look start by straightening your hair with a blow dryer. Then use a texturizing spray to add a touch of grit. Use your blow dryer to pull your hair back and raise it at the crown for extra lift. 

Sleek and Straight 

You can’t go wrong with this sleek look on your wedding day. As far as easy wedding hairstyles go, this look is high on the list.  Simply blow dry your hair straight and then use a straightening iron to complete the look. Keep your hair straight and frizz-free all night with strong holding spray and make sure your shine game is strong with a shine serum or hair oil.

Wedding guest hairstyles

Here are our top picks for wedding guest hairstyles. Remember as a guest, you’ll want to find easy wedding hairstyles with limited fuss: 

Chic Ponytail 

Look like the chicest guest at the wedding with this ponytail. Start by using a large curling iron to achieve big waves, then simply brush them out and tie your hair up in a high ponytail. Spritz some holding spray to keep the wave pattern and that’s it!

Loose Waves

You can never go wrong with thick, luxurious waves. The best part? This is one of the best easy wedding hairstyles. Use your blow dryer and a barrel brush to get extreme volume especially at the crown. Then use a curling iron to tame any flyaways and define the curl pattern a little bit more. If you need a volume and length boost then consider adding a set of hair extensions. The bigger the hair the better!

Wavy Half Up Half Down

This hairstyle is glam x100 which is why we love it. Use a curling iron to create loose waves all over your head. Then section the top layer of your hair and use a discreet hair tie to tie up the layer. Let the waves cascade on either side of your shoulders for a sweet look. Shine serum is going to be your best friend for this particular look in order to give your waves definition. 

Low Sleek Pony 

This sleek pony will help you radiate as a wedding guest. For this look, you’ll want to create a neat middle part and use gel to tame your hair at the crown. Start by curling your entire head, then use a discreet hair elastic to tie your hair low on your neck, sweep your hair to the side. 

Old Hollywood Waves

These waves will make you feel like the gorgeous guest that you are! The look starts with a simple side part, then use a curling iron to curl your hair from mid-shaft. Ensure you curl your hair inwardly near the ends. Use a setting spray to keep the look intact all night long!

On your big day, be sure to choose the best hairstyle for your hair type. For ladies with thin hair, the goal is to make your hair look thick and voluminous. Usually adding a set of hair extensions will make a big difference and give you more hairstyle options. Otherwise, there are wedding hairstyles for thin hair that will also help to boost fullness. For ladies with Rapunzel hair, our picks of wedding hairstyles for long hair will do the trick. For those with hair that is not too long or not too short, try one of our picks for wedding hairstyles for medium length hair. If you have short hair and feel you don’t have a lot of hairstyle options, we rounded up the top wedding hairstyles for short hair. For guests going to weddings, the best wedding hairstyles for guests are usually ones that are simple to achieve but still make a statement.

We hope we’ve helped you get one step closer to your perfect day with our picks for easy wedding hairstyles. And they lived happily ever after.

Written by: Amanda Desouza

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Websites, magazines, trends lists – they all say the scrunchie is back, but did it ever leave? 

Walking down the runway at several fashion weeks, being featured in couture photo shoots, being worn by models, influencers and even actors like Jason Momoa, the scrunchie’s revival in today’s trend-obsessed world has made a mark. 

For those of us who wore them as little girls, we can now don them as grown women and have more options than ever before. From satin to corduroy, sequins and scarves, scrunchies are as versatile as they are functional. Whether you’re prepping for your next Zoom meeting (or are in your Zoom meeting), running out to get groceries or meeting a friend for brunch, the scrunchie can help style your hair easily, and when you don’t need it she’s a great complement on your wrist. 

Scrunchies also cause a lot less damage to hair than regular hair ties. As they are made of fabric, they pull and snag less on hair strands—it’s also why a lot of women find them more comfortable.

There’s more than just a high pony or messy bun that you can create with a scrunchie – while they are the best and most popular styles. But before we share our top 25 scrunchie hairstyles, a little background on the scrunchie itself.

Who invented scrunchies, anyway?

Romy Revson, a singer and pianist is credited with inventing the first scrunchie in 1986. Revson was looking for an alternative hair tie using fabric that would keep her hair pulled back without the plastic or metal pieces that kept damaging her hair. Revson often performed in clubs and needed a good hair accessory to keep her hair out of her face while belting out her tunes. 

Revson was said to be inspired by the elastic waistband of pants and made the first scrunchie prototype – in black and gold – by hand. Revson patented the design in 1987 and eventually sold it to the brand, scünci, who introduced the scrunchie to the masses.

Revson’s original prototype and her sewing machine are in the Smithsonian. Along with another famous scrunchie – one that has gone where no other accessory has gone before – space.  Space Shuttle Pilot Astronaut Col.  Pamela Melroy donated her blue scrunchie to the museum in 2004 after she wore it on missions in 2000 and 2002.

It was one small step for style and one giant leap for hair, but where will the scrunchie go next? The possibilities are endless. Case in point, we’ve put together a list of 25 scrunchie hairstyles you can easily pull off. 


Best scrunchie hairstyles for the modern day 90’s girl

1. The scrunchie ponytail 

The go-to look with a scrunchie, the high pony is retro and modern all in one. Easily create this look with a messy ponytail for casual looks or dress it up with the right outfit. For a more office-friendly look with a scrunchie ponytail, comb and smooth your hair into the scrunchie for a cleaner sleeker look perfect for your 9 to 5.

2. The half pony

Another retro chic look and another perfect scrunchie hairstyle. The half pony, like the full pony, can be worn high and tight or messy and loose. This look is also great for incorporating hair extensions for more length and volume. What’s great about scrunchies is that they work well for long or short hair and unlike other hair ties, scrunchies don’t have to be tied several times or tightly to complete the look.

3. High pony and braid

A twist on your typical pony. Tie your hair up high and slick it smooth with mousse or styling product like gel. Secure the ponytail with a scrunchie and braid the ponytail. The braid can fall behind or to the side of your head and creates a fun new look that switches up the high ponytail on its own.

4. The top bun

Perfect for meetings, running out on errands or working out the scrunchie top bun is another favourite. Secure a tight or messy bun with a scrunchie (or two) and for a real retro look, leave a couple pieces of hair loose in front.

5. Side pony with braid

An easy look and one that’s great for in-between wash days. Lightly pull your hair off to one side and create a loose braid, secure it with your favourite scrunchie.

6. Scrunchie pigtails

Why use one scrunchie when you can use two? We love this pig tail look great for all hair types. Whether you make two parts using just the hair on the top of your head or gather all your hair into two parts this is a fun scrunchie hairstyle for you.

7. Multi-scrunchie ponytail

On that multiple scrunchie front, we wanted to share this look for a simple twist on the low ponytail. For those with long hair this is a great way to use your scrunchie collection or our Snag-Free Satin Scrunchie Set. Tie multiple scrunchies throughout your ponytail. 

8. Scrunchies and bubbles

Another look using multiple scrunchies, but this time with bigger hair. For more of a bubble ponytail look, lightly pull each section at the sides to make the hair between the scrunchies spread for a fuller look. For thicker looking ‘bubbles’, use hair extensions for a noticeably fuller and longer look.

9. Mix and Match accessories

Fall style and trends are synonymous with wide brim hats, why not incorporate your scrunchie style with it? Tie a low ponytail under your big brim hat. For contrast, choose a scrunchie with a pop of colour so it stands out. 

10. Large and in charge

Why use a regular scrunchie for all your bun looks when you can switch it up with a large scrunchie? Secure your bun with a large scrunchie for a statement bun. 

11. Long and loose

Low ponytails create less pulling on your hairline and scalp which are great reasons to switch up from the typical high pony. But the low pony also doesn’t have to be boring. Create a thick, loose braid with hair extensions. The braid doesn’t have to be perfect and it adds texture to use thicker and thinner sections to create the braid for a unique look.

12. Stacked Curls

Scrunchies come in all sizes and the small ones make for great versatility when it comes to hairstyles. Layer your hair in a top bun using multiple small scrunchies. These can also be used to create a multi-scrunchie look with a ponytail.

13. Braided buns

For a double braided bun, part your hair into two sections (half up and down). Once you have the top half, part this into two sections. Create a French braid to the top of your head and secure the rest of the hair into a bun with a scrunchie, repeat this step for the second bun and voila, two braided scrunchie buns.

14. The tuck-under

Use any size scrunchie for this simple ponytail look. Simply tie your hair into a ponytail and instead of letting the last part hang loose keep it tucked into your scrunchie for a kind of half bun look.

15. Scrunchies and box braids

For natural or Type 4 hair, protective hairstyles like box braids are a surefire way to keep delicate hair strands tucked away during colder months. Pair box braids with a scrunchie to keep your hair out of your face for a casual look. 

16. The Bridal Scrunchie

Oh yes, the scrunchie has gone formal. This veil scrunchie is perfect for the bride who wants to mix things up. Mixing the satin scrunchie with the veil makes for a fun, formal look. Create a loose bun or an updo with the scrunchie to let the veil flow behind.

17. Accessory party

Two trends are better than one, right? When the scrunchies re-emerged so did hair clips and berets – the 90s hair trends came back strong and really, we’re not mad at it. For days where styling may not be your thing, throw on a couple hair accessories with your scrunchie to make for looks that really pop.

18. The multi-twist

Using mini scrunchies you can recreate this half up look with a simple pull through. After tying your hair in a loose half pony pull the hair up and under the ponytail. Tie this section into a mini scrunchie and repeat the first step. Depending on the length of your hair you can use multiple scrunchies.


19. Fishtail scrunchie

Add more oomph to your fishtail braid by finishing it off with a scrunchie. Fishtail braids are a head-turning twist to a regular braid and we love the look for long and medium hair. If you haven’t tried a fishtail braid yet or want to hone in on your braiding skills, check out our fishtail braid tutorial.

20. Scrunchie scarf

Scrunchies have changed since Revson first introduced her prototype in the mid-80s. The different sizes, fabrics and now, renditions of the scrunchies have changed to suit any woman’s style. Whether more formal or in fun prints, this scrunchie style can be used for ponytails or buns.

21. The multi twist

Great for short or mid-length hair styles use one scrunchie to tie your hair into a ponytail and a second scrunchie to create another tied up look. Aligning the scrunchies behind your head make for a twist or figure eight type of look.

22. Center on your bangs

Whether you have fringe bangs or loose, layered bangs, scrunchies put them front and center. Whether you tie all your hair up or half up, scrunchies keep hair out of your face and let your bangs take front center – literally and figuratively. Let bangs have the style spotlight!

23. Zoom scrunchie

Put together or not, business on the top, pyjamas on the bottom, we love this loose, messy updo tied together with a scrunchie. We love this look for when you’re about to jump on a video call or virtual meeting. It’s style and business all wrapped up in one.

24. Short and sweet

Scrunchies aren’t just for long ponytails and braids. If you have a lob or shorter cut, a scrunchie can be a playful addition to your style. Opt for a high half pony with beach waves to finish the look.

25. Sparkles and scrunchies 

The multi-trend look has made several appearances on this list, but none shine brighter than this glitter and scrunchie look. Part your hair into pigtails or just down the middle and tie with a scrunchie for a low pony. To complete the look, add glitter to wherever your hair is parted for a little sparkle – perfect holiday look.

Scrunchies are more than just your typical hair tie. They have the versatility and the style to match yours, no matter what type of look you want to create. 

Written by: Rosalyn Solomon

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Who said that short nails can’t be sexy? It’s difficult for moms to keep long nails all the time while finishing house chores. Because we understand your mommy responsibilities and struggles, here are some trendy short nail styles to flaunt in 2021 that include various patterns and colors. You will find short nail ideas that suit different occasions, tastes, and seasons. Whether you prefer a simple look for your nails or feel like going a bit wild, we’ve got you covered.


Leopard print

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Via: Brush Up & Polish Up – Short nail ideas


Rose quartz design

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Via: Lulus – Short nail styles


Polka dot style

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Via: She Knows – Short nails 2021


Pastel colors

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Via: Polished Yogi – Short nails 2021


Geometric design

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Via: May contain traces of polish – Short nail styles


Classic French manicure

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Via: Stranded in Chicago – Short nail styles


Mermaid design

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Via: Chantal’s Corner – Short nail ideas


Marble design

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Via: Ladue Nails – Short nail styles


Simple studs style

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Via: The Hungarian Brunette – Short nail styles


Flower Power style

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Via: Finger Candy – Short nail ideas


Matte and glittery nails

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Via: Her Campus – Short nail ideas


Reverse French manicure

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Via: Lulus – Short nails 2021


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