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We never paid much attention to our hair ties before Twistband came into our lives. Now we can’t go anywhere without one (or three) of their snag-free, super soft elastics. They keep hair secure without leaving ugly creases behind, and look as good on our wrists as they do in our ponytails. These colorful collections come with twelve ties, so you’ll always have plenty of spares on hand.
after the 5th or so time i used this hair tie, it was stretched out and lost most of its elasticity. also the tied off part is kinda annoying with curly hair, but that's just me1
I have a reverse inverted bob hairstyle with the hair in back practically shaved and chin-length in front. My hair is not nearly long enough to put back in any sort of ponytail or braid. The twistband is soft, cute and versatile (one could wear it around the wrist as a bracelet until needed), and would be great if I had the hairstyle for it. For those with long hair, you'd probably really like it. I don't think it would snag or cause breakage and the colors are really nice.1
I personally did not like the knotted end to the tie. It began unraveling the second day I used it. However, I did like that my hair didn't get tangled in it.1
While this product was a good idea, to me it did not translate that way in the finished product. My biggest gripe is the knot looks completely silly and childish whether it's on your wrist or in your hair. It looks like your only hair tie broke so you had to knot the end in order to use it. I will agree that it does not kink your hair while using it, but what's the point if it's more distracting while in use? I used the twistband for a few days before i reverted back to my no-snag skinny black ties from the drugstore for a fraction of the price (that's another thing-you can buy the products needed to make these at the craft store and end up with triple or quadruple the amount of ties for the same price!)1
I received this in my box otherwise I would never have gotten one. Its a glorified ponytail holder that is priced very high. I have shorter hair and this did not control it at all. I had to make so many loops, it was ridiculous.1
I used this hair tie to put back my hair, which is fine and long, and on it's first use it broke! I noticed when I first put it in that it held my hair loosely. I was upset that the product didn't last long.1
Oh yeah, this DEFINITELY won't snag or crease. Why is that? Because it doesn't hold your hair. At ALL. It's completely useless unless you have suuuuper long hair that won't work its way out of the tie. Which I don't. Really, it does the same as tying a ribbon around your hair, except this is slightly elastic and much uglier. The big old knot in it looks tacky and it doesn't lay flat if you twist it around even once. Not for me at all. The color was the only positive thing about it.1
My hair is THICK and apparently way too heavy for the twistband. I was so excited to try this product but was really dissapointed in the product's ability to keep my hair up. When I took it out, the band was thin and stretched out. Not cute.1
They sort of reminds me of old bra straps. And they really get dirty and ugly fast. I got a light blue one. It was on my wrist like a cute little ribbon for 1 day. It got wet and it was never the same. It claims to not leave a crease in your hair. It doesn't work if it's a ponytail holder. My hair had a crease after a 45-minute run.1
I did not even know what this hair tie was until I looked at the insert in my birchbox. When I recieved my box I assumed it was a piece of ribbon that had gotten loose so I untied it and it was never used... It raveled when I tried to put it back together. Packaging it would have helped.1