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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.
These hair ties are very cute but, mine lost shape after a week of using it making it hard to stay in my hair.2
I really liked the print, but it stretched out almost immediately. I don't even have ultra thick hair or anything.2
I thought I would like these hair ties because they are super cute and adorable. However, I am sad to report that they fell out of my hair soooo easily. I put one in my hair and left the house thinking I looked cute. Five minutes later, my hair tie was no where in sight and my hair was falling out :(2
I don't see this as being that much better than any other hair tie on the market. I was dying to try Twistbands, and was so excited to get one in my June Birchbox. I've been wearing it for days now, and I'm just not seeing why I would spend $14 on 6 hair ties. It rolls on itself when I put it in my hair, giving me the same wear as any other hair tie on the market. Already, after just a week of using it, it's stretching out.
At least it's holding up my hair?
Super cute hairbands - don't get stuck in your hair too badly, but pricey!!2
the hair tie only goes around twice so I cant work out in it. Cute for a loose pony but nothing more2
I have super thick hair-- this band wouldn't stretch to the extent I need to actually hold my hair up. The pattern is super cute, though!2
I think they are very cute, but they do not hold my hair up well, Too loose, and too expensive.2
I wanted to love these but it was not stron enough to hold my hair up for long.2
These things are very trendy right now for whatever reason. I've seen a lot of younger girls wearing them, mostly around their wrist. I honestly thought it was a wristband or bracelet. It's way too stretchy to be a hair tie. I got the star printed one, and it looks like something for a nursery. Not for me.2