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Back in the day, we used to rock scrunchies like they were our job. But now that we’re grown-ups (kind of), it’s time to graduate to something a bit more sophisticated. These chic hair ties keep hair secure without snagging strands or leaving ugly creases. Best of all, they look as good on our wrists as they do in our ponytail.
The product was not of a good quality (material) and not comfortable on the hair, it kept sliding off. In addition, i would not wear it anywhere but around the house, because it looked too girly/childish. If you are under 14, this might work for you!1
I loved the dark orange color--very fall. However it doesn't hold my very very thick hair. The band is also slightly too wide and makes it look like i have a scrunchy in my hair :( I may wear as a stacked bracelet or use it as a zipper pull.1
This might be a good product for my granddaughters, but my hair is too short to use it.1
i got a neon color twistband and the idea of it is really cool. the quality, however is really bad. the knot came undone within 10 minutes of my wearing it and today the ends of the elastic came undone.1
It is hard to review a product when you can's actually try it. I have short hair and do not use hair elastics. I do use the head bands, and I feel that product would be better for me.1
I originally thought this was a ribbon that fell off one of the other legitimate samples in July's box. When I realized it was a hair tie, I tried to put it in my hair and it came part. Worthless.1
Not something I would buy for myself or even my daughter1
While the Twist Bands were cute and fun to wear as a bracelet, it didn't work at all on my hair. Cute, but not for me.1
This is a cheap product. If I wanted a some stretchy ribbon with a knot in it, I'd go to the craft store.1
I have thick hair, and this product will absolutely not work! Way too weak for me.1