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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.
i can make these from supplies at a craft store for waaay cheaper. a waste of money in my book1
I think the twistband hair ties are a cute idea, but they don't seem to work well for my thick hair. If I use them for a ponytail they seem to wear out and become too stretchy for further use. I want to like them, but I don't think they are more effective than a traditional hair tie- especially for the price!2
Its ok. But nothing special. The elastic is very small and my hair is very thick so I am not really able to use it.3
Cute little sailboat hair Tie. Doesn't tug on my hair or leave an imprint on my wrist. Color is not really my thing but it is still adorable for summer. Wish they were cheaper!2
It just looked like a piece of elastic that you can buy from the fabric store.1
...so I'll use this Twistband, along with the three others I have from BBs of yore, as bracelets. I got the pink band with the seahorses - super cute!4
The cute nautical design only adds to the appeal. twistbands are great for anyone with long hair who can't leave the house without emergency hair ties.5
Doesn't crease your hair, and cute and comfy to wear on wrists5
I liked this hair band but I already have several that I like as well. I liked the nautical designs but it's not overly functional with a large portion of my wardrobe so I probably won't wear it frequently.4
I was sent this in my Birchbox, even though my hair is quite short. I'm not really able to use it, though it does make a cute accessory, the anchors are too precious.4