Bangs, fringe, breakage — whatever you call it, it'll fit in some butterfly clips.
It's been brought to my attention by everybody's favorite Natalie Portman impersonator, that my muse, Josephine, is NOT the only European that's been spotted recently with a scrunchie attached to her head. Apparently Prince Harry's rumored(?) girlfriend, the undeniably babely Cressida Bonas also as an affinity to scrunch.
If my calculations are correct, and by "calculations" I mean seeing two photos of this one chick wearing two different scrunchies on two different occasions, the Brits overwhelmingly prefer their scrunchies high on their heads, holding up the top half of their hair in an adorably disheveled manner.
While, if you'll recall, all French women, according to one now absent photo of Josephine de la Baume from her Instagram, prefer their scrunchies low, on a soft braid like so:
So, which is it? Are your scrunchie tendencies more French or English? Is "English" the right term? I get so confused; Great Britain, the UK, England, British, Brits, Redcoats, Limeys... All we learned in school was that we won the American Revolution, YEEEEEHAW!
Tell me in the comments and let me see what you look like and I'll randomly pick a winner to receive this awesome new product from ABL Brands (Makers of the fabled "I Heart Unicorns" line.), the Unicorn's Mane Smoothing Serum! It smells like candy and contains Argan oil, sesame oil, Indian gooseberry, pomegranate oil, and grapefruit extract.
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