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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.
It's a hairband. It's nice, but I wasnt jumping up and down.3
It's not that the product wasn't adequate, just that it's unnecessary for me. I do like them but I'm unlikely to hunt down these exact hair ties when purchasing because I just throw my hair up in whatever brand I happen to have lying around.3
I'm getting a bit tired of these being one of my "delux samples" in my box. I understand that it's a hair tie and it's one of the best that I've used, but since 1 pack of 12 is 18 bucks, and this would be 1/12th of a full size, making the sample worth a little more than a dollar. I'd rather get something a little different and a little more substantial for my money.4
I go to the gym every day after work and my hair is long and curly. After a long cardio session my hair gets tangled on my elastic bands.I used this twist band for the first time last night and loved it! It held my curly hair up nice and tight and when my work out was over, it was so easy to just slip it out with no breakage or tangles!5
I was pretty leery of these - I'm 26 and figured I'm a little too old for a pink "twistband." Was I wrong! It's simple enough to be age appropriate. Just a nice little pop of color and pizazz, though! Hold great, too - better than most rubberbands. I could absolutely wear this while working out. They're going to be great for summer - will certainly be purchasing more.5
I liked the product but wish it was a little bigger so I could wear it on my wrist in a cute and fashionable way!4
The only reason I give this product such low ratings is because my hair is in between thick and fine. I could only tie the twistband around twice, but it wasn't secure enough. Oh well, it may work for others!2
It is a cute idea but I usually have a hair tie on my wrist. I put this one on my wrist to keep but its itchy!2
I love elastic hair ties. In fact, ever since I started using them, I've kicked store-bought hair ties to the curb. However, as much as I love this type of hair accessory, I would never purchase them from the Twistband company. I've been purchasing elastic hair ties from Mane Message on Etsy for a couple of months now and this Twistband's quality is extremely low compared to the hair ties I've received from this popular handmade seller.5
I have mid-length layered hair, so I look for ties that will definitely keep my hair pulled back. The only time I use hair ties are for the gym or running errands -- times when I don't care so much about the lines the elastics might be leaving, because it's more important to keep my hair secured out of my face. I like the gentleness of these ties, but they didn't hold my hair well enough for my preferences.3