Goody Ouchless Painfree Scrunchie, 8-Pack

Last updated date: September 2, 2020

DWYM Score
9.6

Goody Ouchless Painfree Scrunchie, 8-Pack

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Overall Take

Whether you’re making a messy bun or high pony tail, these classic black scrunchies help complete your look. They won’t snag or damage your hair. This pack comes with eight scrunchies. In our analysis of 22 expert reviews, the Goody Goody Ouchless Painfree Scrunchie, 8-Pack placed 1st when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note September 2, 2020:
Checkout The Best Scrunchies for a detailed review of all the top scrunchies.

Expert Summarized Score
0.0
4 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.2
2,782 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
They're comfortable and light on your hair, plus they come in super fun colors.
- Allure
When it comes to cheap, foolproof scrunchies that won't damage your hair, you'd be hard-pressed to do better than these classic Goody Ouchless jersey scrunchies.
- Bustle
A black scrunchie is always a good idea and goes with every outfit you own. These knit ones aren’t boring at all.
- Style Caster
The iconic Ouchless design will ensure that these essential scrunchies won’t pull or tug at your hair while you’re putting it up or taking it out.
- SheKnows
What experts didn't like

From The Manufacturer

Designed to be extra-gentle, Goody Ouchless Scrunchies won't pull or snag your hair. These classic hair scrunchies offer a funky twist with fun bright colors or natural colors made from a knit material. Try wearing one with a ponytail, or even around the base of a bun, for a splash of extra color and style.

Overall Product Rankings

Goody Ouchless Painfree Scrunchie, 8-Pack
1. Goody Ouchless Painfree Scrunchie, 8-Pack
Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 4
New Live Cotton Elastic Hair Scrunchies, 15-Count
2. New Live Cotton Elastic Hair Scrunchies, 15-Count
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 1
Kitsch Matte Hair Scrunchies, 5-Pack
3. Kitsch Matte Hair Scrunchies, 5-Pack
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 2
Slip Classic Silk Scrunchie, 3-Pack
5. Slip Classic Silk Scrunchie, 3-Pack
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 9

An Overview On Scrunchies

If you remember 1980s and 1990s fashion, it’s likely you’ve encountered the scrunchie. This is an elastic hair tie that is covered in fabric, used to tie back hair into a ponytail. Scrunchies can be unassuming or fanciful, depending on your style. While many women and girls wear scrunchies in their hair, some also use them as accessories for their wrists.

There are many different ways to incorporate scrunchies in your hairstyle, regardless of how long your hair is. Many people like to do a messy bun updo with a scrunchie. The scrunchie keeps all your hair in place at the back of your head, and you can take out a few strands of hair to complete the messy look. If you’re going for Rapunzel look with a braid, use a scrunchie to tie off the end of it. Be sure to puff out the edges of your braid for more volume. One of the classic scrunchie looks is the high ponytail. For this look, you’ll want sleek hair that’s slicked back to the top of your head. Use an eye-catching scrunchie for the best retro effect. Use your hairbrush to tease a bit of volume into your pony.

DWYM Fun Fact

The scrunchie was invented by Rommy Revson, a nightclub singer and pianist, in 1986. She was sick of the coarse hair ties that caused her hair to break and wanted a gentler solution. She created the first prototype of the scrunchie using the waistband of her pajama pants. Revson named the product “Scunchie” after her pet, a fluffy toy poodle. However, the name was later changed to Scrunchie because the fabric around the hair tie scrunches up. This accessory is also called by many other names, including hair cloud, chouchou and bunch bangle.

The Scrunchie Buying Guide

  • When you’re on the hunt for that perfect scrunchie accessory, consider which outfits you want to wear it with. While many people consider scrunchies for a casual look, they can complement your formal outfits as well. Consider getting a silk or velvet scrunchie and creating a polished ballerina bun. For a casual girl-next-door look, go with a low ponytail or messy bun with a pattered cotton scrunchie.
  • If your hair is silky smooth, you may find scrunchies sliding down. You can opt for a scrunchie with a textured feel, so you have a better grip. This is ideal for when you’re working out or sleeping and you want your hair to stay in place.
  • Did you know your scrunchies can actually double as a purse? You can find scrunchies that have a discreet hidden zipper, which is perfect for storing small items like keys, money or lip gloss. This is especially handy when you don’t want to carry a handbag around with you.
  • Consider whether you want multiple scrunchies in the same color, such as a neutral black, or if you’re looking for a wide range of bright alternatives. You can find scrunchies in matte, pastel and bold colors as well.