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We like to dress according to our mood—sometimes we’re feeling a little glitz and glam, and other days, laidback is more our speed. From warm colors for fall to cool blues and metallics, Twistband’s specialty packs have a little something for everyone. Better yet, the snag-free, supersoft elastics keep hair secure without leaving ugly creases behind, and look as good on our wrists as they do in our ponytails.
I love the twistband speciality pack! Just a little bit of glam for my hair tie for everday use, workout or going out!5
This goes well with my (classic, simple, low-maintenance) style, and lasts longer than traditional rubber hair ties. I like!5
This a cute band that didn't tangle or pull my hair when I removed it. A bit expensive though. I'll use and keep this one as long as I can.5
I like to use this type of hair tie when I am doing things around the house. It keeps my hair back nicely and doesn't crease or damage my hair. I probably won't use it to work out because I have thinnish, slippery hair and prefer a more strong grip for working out.5
I've been seeing this product all over, however I didn't want to drop some $ until I tried it out. This product is awesome! Granted, it kind of looks nerdy (in my opinion) but it's so comfy and it's great for the health of my hair.5
Seriously, I got one chintzy piece of white fabric with which to tie my hair back as a sample? I could cut up a t-shirt and make myself dozens of these. Complete waste of a "sample", really disappointing. I'll stick to the plebeian yet reliable elastic bands I've used regularly for 2 decades of my life at a fraction of the cost, thanks.1
i liked the design and look of the hair ties. They are good for everyday use, but i don't like using them for working out.3
It's a nice product. But I think it's too expensive for what it is.4
I dont know what is so special about these but they are the only thing that holds up my chin length hair and they look cute on your wrist.5
Of all the beauty items floating around right now, this has got to be the most overrated and most DIYable. It's a piece of fabric and the ends aren't sealed/sewn to prevent fraying. It's designed not to last. Not a fan. I would have preferred some plain old bobby pins to this.2