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When wearing this hair scrunchy, its important to know who your mahram is, and why you should not wear the scrunchy without a head-covering around your non-Mahrams.
Firstly, there is a hadith relating to Muslim women who would not cover themselves appropriately:
There are two groups of the people of the fire, whom I have not yet seen. A group of people carrying whips resembling the tails of cattle, with which they will lash people. And another is clothed women, yet naked; disinclined from Allah's obedience and causing others to follow in their ways. Their heads are likened to the humps of camels. They will not enter Jannah nor smell its fragrance. It's fragrance could (usually) be smelt from a far distance, a journey of many (miles).
Clothed, yet naked in the hadith could mean that they are clothed with the blessings of Allah, yet naked from showing gratitude. It could also mean that are clothed with very thin clothing through which the color of their skin could possibly be perceived. Disinclined from Allah's obedience and causing others to follow in their ways is the more probable interpretation of the words of the Messenger (peace be upon him).
Their heads are like the humps of camels (al-bukht al-mafilah) have been interpreted in many ways. Imam al-Nawawi explained it as, they enlarge or add volume to their heads by wrapping it with either a turban, a cloth or the like.
WHO IS YOUR MAHRAM?
A woman's mahram is a person whom she is never permitted to marry because of their close blood relationship (such as her father, grandfather, great-grandfather, etc., and her son, grandson, great-grandson, etc., her paternal and maternal uncles, her brother, brother's son and sister's son), or because because of radaa'ah or breastfeeding (such as the brother and husband of the woman who breastfed her), or because they are related by marriage (such as the mother's husband, the husband's father, grandfather, etc., and the husband's son, grandson, etc.)