TwoFifty Scrunchies Giveaway WINNER!

Hey daydreamers! Welcome back to another Bonus Wednesday post (for those of you who are new to my blog, I always post on Saturdays but sometimes if I have a quick announcement or something to share, I’ll do a bonus post on Wednesday)! WordPress changed the font of the Editor again for some reason, so this’ll be *really* annoying to type, but oh well. Anyway, today I’m announcing the long-awaited news of…the winner of my giveaway featuring TwoFifty Scrunchies!

I chose the winner completely randomly using a random name picker website. Most people had an advantage because they completed bonus entries which increased their chances of winning, and some completed more entries than others. First off, a reminder of what the winner will be getting!

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Scrunchie Hairstyle Tutorial + Giveaway ft. TwoFifty Scrunchies!

UPDATE: You can now use my code EMMIE20 at checkout to get 20% of your purchase from TwoFifty Scrunchies through August!

‘ello Daydreamers! (Haha, sorry, at camp we talked in a British accent 90% of the time and now I’m pretty much stuck that way. 😂) Anyways, I’m BACK with a super-special post for you guys! Today, I’m going to be showing you a *super cute* scrunchie hairstyle, featuring scrunchies from my friend Natalie’s brand new Etsy shop, TwoFifty Scrunchies! Stay tuned until the end for an amazing giveaway!

First off, I want to give a HUGE thank you to Natalie for sponsoring this post! Natalie runs TwoFifty Scrunchies, where she sells handmade and super affordable scrunchies! I’ve had a hard time finding low-cost scrunchies that are actually good quality – you can get them in bulk from Amazon, but they’re super flimsy and low-quality. On the other hand, some handmade scrunchies can be upwards of $10! Natalie’s scrunchies are not only handmade, incredible quality, and super cute, but they’re only $2.50 apiece and even less when you buy a pack!

Today I’m sharing a fun hairstyle using Natalie’s scrunchies! If you know how to Dutch or French braid, this should be a no-brainer, and if not, don’t stress! I’m awful at Dutch braiding on myself and this technique makes them look super good!

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