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Twistband’s snag-free hair ties are so chic, they double as bracelets off-duty. The latest addition to the line: this sophisticated all-black tie, which comes with a gold charm of your choice. It looks great paired with any outfit, from skinny jeans and sneakers to your most elegant evening wear.
I am obsessed with Twistbands. They are gorgeous, can be worn as jewelry and are the best hair bands I've ever used. You get pretty much zero crease from them. I love wearing them as both bracelets and in my hair. The variety of colors and styles is awesome too.5
Love these things. They are awesome if you don't like the pull and tangle of regular elastic hair bands. The bauble didn't get in the way of my hair, either. So that's cool. A little something extra! I really like these and am slowly switching away from my regular elastics cause these rock so much!5
I really like these hair ties. I have long thick hair and they manage to hold my hair without stretching out or slipping. They don't cause creases which is always nice too!5
We have used these for a long time now. My daughter has really long hair and always has them in her purse or school locker. They hold my hair up quit nicely when I have used them, and I have thinner hair, not always easy to keep secured. Come in so so many different colors too....:)5
I love these hair ties. They do not crease my hair at all. I often wear them to bed to keep my hair off my face. It enables me to keep my hair back yet no unattractive dent when I take it down. The only thing is the size. My hair is thick and heavy so I find myself having to re-do my pony a lot. To small to wrap one more time and too big to leave just wrapped twice.4
These ribbon elastics are super popular right now. I've tried a couple of different brands, and while I really like that TwistBand has "baubles" the quality of their ribbons vs. others I've tried is less than desirable. I like these better as a bracelet than as an elastic compared to other brands (I always wear hair elastics on my wrist and that's part of the charm of this style of elastic) but don't like how much they stretch and do not retain their shape as well as the frayed edges where the two ends are tied together.3
These are not only cute but they are functional. They pull my hair back without pulling out my hair. They also look cute on my wrist if I'm not wearing them in my hair.5
This is the only hair tie I have used that doesn't put huge dents in my hair, and they don't pull either.4
I was so excited to receive this band in my box. I have used this band for several cycling classes and around the house. I LOVE them for those two things. I tried it on a run and it was horrible. I even gave it a second try with bobby pins and it still slipped. While the band isn't great for running. It's still a good basic workout and everyday use band. I use a "Sweatyband" when I run. They are VERY expensive to me $18 for a small band. They work amazing for runs but the cost is insane. Twisty bands are my new Cycling and everyday headbands. I will stick with sweatybands for runs.4
I have been using these for years now, I used to have to get them at an expensive boutique in Seattle, I am so happy they are becoming more widespread! These ones are especially useful in the neutral color. They do not damage your hair or pull it too tight as do many other types of bands. The only critique I would have is they do not provide as much support as would a normal band. I do have thick hair, however, and use them all the time! Even for workouts.4