Sunday, 18 June 2017

Festival Hair, Don't Care*


It's Summer; it's hot, we want our hair out of our [collectively too hot] faces but damn, we wanna look hot doing so! Whether you're simply looking to get your locks outta your face to avoid getting a raaaaaging sweat-on - or perhaps wanting to channel Perrie from Little Mix's festival hair goals for Summer, I've stumbled across a fab little brand that'll sort you right out. Scunci.

Scunci's motto is that life is too short to have boring hair - amen to that! Their collection of innovative and down-right essential hair tools can help you achieve the look you're after and keep your locks under control. Some of their products [such as their pack of Get The Look Poly Bands] are a legit must-have in terms of creating on-point, braided festival looks this season - and others [like their Super Soft Bobby Pins and Soft, No-Damage Elastics] are daily essentials when it comes to taming your tresses.


I love Scunci's no damage elastics - they're super soft, thick / strong enough to hold my hair in place [it's got a bit wild recently] and as you can see; they don't have any metal on them, so they don't snag your hair. I'm dead headsore; so with other bobbles I wear from time to time, it's like some sick kind of barbaric torture removing them - and strands of my hair getting caught and yanked all over the show. Definitely worth investing in some of these if you have long, thick hair like mine.

Scunci hair styling products review

This generous pack of 75 see-through polybands is beyond useful - they're the perfect tool to use to secure plaits, braids and other intricate hair styles in place - without being obvious to the human eye.

Braids, twists and other wavy, boho hairstyles are big news once again this Summer - especially when it comes to Festival season. I'm a bit behind the times when it comes to the amazing multi-braids and twists I've seen all you fashionistas pulling out of the bag on Instagram YouTube - I've only just learnt how to fishtail plait. But I've seen just how useful these little bands are in securing multi-plait braided creations together - and the end results are just wow.

I was stalking Scunci's website for some more inspo actually; on styles I can incorporate these polybands into - when I stumbled across their Instatwist contraption. This clever little hand-held device styles hair in braid-like styles & twists - and omg some of the end-looks you guys have created are gorgeous! If you're looking for Festival / Boho hair looks you should totes check that out. It's like a new toy that I know I don't need, but I've now convinced myself that I want; haha.

Scunci hair styling products review

My ultimate fave from Scunci though has to be these no-slip, super soft finish, extra hold bobby pins. Never in my like, twenty years of using these clips, have I experienced any quite like these. They're so soft; they're almost cushioned. Not just the end bit; the whole clip has this lovely coating on it that ensures they stay in place all day - and don't pure start slipping out after a long night and a few wines.

These grips don't twist at the ends, don't scratch your scalp and don't fight back when you push them into place - they just glide straight in there and ease back out. They're amazing; and something I'd recommend to everyone.

Scunci hair styling products review

You can shop Scunci's range online here, or at selected Claire's, Boots, Superdrug or Urban Outfitters stores. I know I really need to make more of an effort with my hair this Summer, and browsing their hair-styling collection and Instagram account has definitely given me some inspiration!

Have you tried anything from Scunci before? What's your go-to hairstyle for Summer? Got any top tips for HOT Festival hair you can share with us?

*This post contains items I was gifted, but as always, every mad rambling opinion you'll read in here is my own.
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