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The nautical trend isn't just for seersucker pants or preppy boat shoes. Make waves (and keep your budget in shipshape) with these mariner-inspired hair ties. They effortlessly keep hair secure without snagging strands or leaving behind ugly creases. Best of all, they look as good on our wrists as they do in our ponytails.
It's not something that's for me. My hair is thin so this needed to be wrapped a few times to be able to hold my hair back.1
It didn't work well for me. I couldn't get it tight enough to hold my hair.1
Cute idea but way expensive. I can buy cute colored hair bands at Walmart and be done.1
This didn't make any sense to me, the hair-ties that I use work much better than these bands.1
This would be cute on a child or on someone who can pull off that sort of young cutesy look without seeming creepy. Not me1
If this did fit on my hair i would be kicking myself for paying so much for a knotted piece of elastic. I think it is too expensive for what it is.1
This hair tie is cute, but it does not hold my semi-thick hair tight like a normal hair elastic does.1
I had never seen this type of hairtie before, and when trying to use it, found it very flimsy. I have a lot of hair, that comes down to my mid back. Trying to use this tie to even hold it up was not going to happen. It was thin and flimsy, and I would denifitely not consider this an actual hair tie. More like a decorative ribbon.1
This hair band is not made for girls with thick hair!1
This was waaaay too big for my hair. It also lost its elasticity. I wore as "bracelet" (I have tiny wrists), and then put it on. My hair fell out within 5 minutes of having it up... No jumping jacks or somersaults or anything... Just sitting in the car, and it was falling out.1