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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariekeeee14 View Post
    A couple of weeks ago I got 4 velvet scrunchies so I’ve got 5 now and I just received a belated Sinterklaas gift, 48 satin scrunchies in every colour imaginable
    You can never have too many scrunchies!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariekeeee14 View Post
    A couple of weeks ago I got 4 velvet scrunchies so I’ve got 5 now and I just received a belated Sinterklaas gift, 48 satin scrunchies in every colour imaginable
    That is awesome ~ enjoy ~ I love mine

    I have quite a collection and even crochet my own as I complete each of my knit socks
    So yeah...my scrunchies match the socks peeking out of my Birkenstock clogs and sandals ....still rockin' my hippie days

    Quote Originally Posted by TatsuOni View Post
    You can never have too many scrunchies!
    That's for sure

    Enjoy the journey

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    Thank you both, I will!

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    Does anyone remember the headband scrunchies from the 90s? I do. I still have mine. I bought a crap-ton of them back in the day. And the elastics still aren't worn. They lasted really well I have to say!

    There is one YTer selling them in her store. I haven't found them anywhere else yet. Sadly, it looks as though she's passing them off as her "invention".
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    I have about 100... satin, velvet, cotton. I justify this because Amazon is cheap and I use them every day lol Some were also gifts because I'm easy to shop for.

    There's two on my wrist right now. Do I need more than one? No. Will I put the other one away? Also no.
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    I like them. They're good for putting my hair in a bun at night and they don't tamper with my curl pattern.

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    OH! I love scrunchies! I'm so happy they are back in style. My husband gave me a bunch of velvet scrunchies in my stocking over the last two years. Love them! I have no idea where he buys them. They come in a zipper bag, I think about 6 or 8 in different colors. They are big enough for a good messy bun. Just gorgeous colors.

    I can't use satin scrunchies, they slip off too easily.

    I love this thread! Nice sources for other types.

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    I adore scrunchies - I have midi Slip Silk ones and the patterns are so pretty. And they don't damage my hair either because they're so gentle. They were expensive but so worth it for me because I need to keep putting my hair up for the gym and I usually wear it down.

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