With New Hillary Clinton Scrunchies, Your Hair Woes Are Over Forever

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Hillary Scrunchies LLC

The accessory you never knew you wanted

Hillary Clinton was once told by legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta that she should cut her hair. Instead of listening to the style mogul’s advice, Clinton kept her hair long and continued to tie it back with the infamous scrunchies she wore during her First Lady era. Now, you can show your support for the 2016 presidential hopeful by rocking Hillary Scrunchies, a new line of hair ties emblazoned with the former Secretary of State’s face.

Hillary Scrunchies were created by entrepreneurs Morgan Gerard, 28, and Meredith Fineman, 26, who write on their site that they “represent American young women in business, friendship, and a lot of self-referential humor.”

Gerard and Fineman hope to send a message of female empowerment with their line of hair products. Fineman said that she wants people to stop judging Clinton solely for her fashion choices.

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“It was a giant f*** you when people tried to riff on her for her appearance,” Fineman told Mashable. “She’s called out for whatever she wears and, in 2015, I’m not sure if her criticism of what she wears is even fair. Why not take it back and celebrate her?”

Hillary Scrunchies, which are not in any way involved with the campaign, are available for $10.99 each with a bandana for $9.99.

There is also a Michelle Obama print line in the works.

Teenager: Hillary Rodham poses in her 1965 senior class portrait from Park Ridge East High School in Illinois. AP
Law School Student: Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham pose for a snapshot at Yale Law School in 1972. They married in 1975. Clinton Presidential Library
Mother: Clinton poses with her husband, Bill, then in his first term as governor, with their week-old daughter, Chelsea, on March 5, 1980. Donald R. Broyles—AP
Campaign Companion: Clinton celebrates her husband's victory in a Democratic runoff in Little Rock, Ark. on June 8, 1982. AP
Arkansas First Lady: Clinton is seen in her inaugural ball gown in 1985. A. Lynn—AP
Political Wife: Clinton celebrates her husband's inauguration in Little Rock on Sept. 20, 1991. Danny Johnston—AP
Dignitary: Clinton receives an honorary law degree from Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., on May 30, 1992. Chris Ocken—AP
Campaigner: Clinton speaks at a meeting during the presidential campaign for her husband in Buffalo, N.Y., on April 4, 1992. Bill Sikes—AP
First Lady: Clinton appears at the MTV Inauguration Ball at the Washington Convention Center on Jan. 20, 1993. Shayna Brennan—AP
Second-Term First Lady: Clinton attends the Inaugural Ball after her husband was sworn in to a second term on Jan. 20, 1997. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
New York Senator: Clinton speaks at a press conference with female Democratic senators in Washington on June 21, 2006. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Committee Member: Clinton listens to the testimony of Lt. General David Petraeus to the Senate Armed Forces Committee at a hearing on Capital Hill in Washington on Jan. 23, 2007. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Candidate: Clinton holds a a campaign event in Portsmouth, N.H., while running for the Democratic presidential nomination on Sept. 2, 2007. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Campaigner: Clinton speaks at a campaign stop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Jan. 2, 2008. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Secretary of State: Clinton kisses President Obama at a joint session of Congress in Washington on Feb. 24, 2009. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Witness: Clinton joins Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Michael Mullen and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Dec. 3, 2009. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Witness: Clinton testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on Jan. 23, 2013. J. Scott Applewhite—AP
Author: Clinton attends a signing memoir, "Hard Choices," at a Costco in Arlington, Va., on June 14, 2014. Brooks Kraft—Corbis
Grandmother: Clinton holds her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City on Sept. 27, 2014. Office of President Clinton/AP
Once and Future Candidate: Clinton speaks at Iowa Senator Tom Harkin's annual Steak Fry in Indianola, Iowa, on Sept. 14, 2014. Brooks Kraft—Corbis

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