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Luxe silk scrunchies are the newest way to give your hair a spa-like treatment


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At lastSilk pillowcases and scrunchies have formed the perfect union in the shape of (yep!) silk hair scrunchies. Slip’s new sassy-yet-chic hair accessory rides on the coattails of the ’90s revival trend that’s currently sweeping the activewear world. (To catch you up, banana claw clips, tear-away track pants, and retro-fab sweatshirts have also all made the cut.)

But styling your hair with this item, which runs $39 for a three-pack, won’t just infuse your functional ballerina bun with an extra dose of trendiness—since silk isn’t abrasive as a fabric, it’s believed to protect your hair from breakage. And the hair product’s description notes that it adheres to the same standards as the brand’s luxe (and cult-favorited) Slipsilk pillowcases. Meaning, no need to worry about toxic dyes.

Just stash a few of these in your gym bag, and bam, you’ll literally elevate your post-sweat beauty look.

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