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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.
I received this hairtie in my welcome box, and it does it's job. Doesn't tangle, holds my pony tail up without slipping, the basics. But I'm not sure I can rationalize buying a pack of these, not sure they're worth their price tag....2
I was so excited to try Twistbands---I love the idea that I can wear it on my wrist with a nicer outfit instead of a regular ponytail holder. I tried wearing it with a wet ponytail out of the shower, and it completely stretched out on the first use. I would recommend sticking to looser ponytails with them!2
Don't get me wrong, I like these hair ties. I use the one that came in my Birchbox. BUT you can make them yourself for a fraction of the price. Buy some 5/8" satin folder over elastic, cut into 9-inch pieces, tie... and voi la! You have twistbands. They don't nearly have the life in them to justify the price. Do it yourself, save some money, make some for friends. It was so incredibly easy I felt foolish for even considering a purchase.2
I was very disappointed with these. I found them to wear out very quickly and become dingy. They did not create a crease from my pony tail but after less than a week of wear each band would stretch out, the ends would fray, and the color would drain away. They looked worse than simply elastics on my wrist because they got so dingy.2
I was so excited to get this and then when I did they did last very long and not worth the money... I don't suggest buying them..2
I have been buying these types of hair ties for a few years now, and unfortunately these are the low end of the quality spectrum, in my experience. They became instantly stretched-out and frayed within one wear. I wouldn't buy this brand again.2
Pretty hair bands, but they just weren't for me. They don't hold my thick hair securely. I am sure they are great for less dense hair types.2
These weren't that practical for me. I mostly use hair ties for the gym, and these really couldn't effectively hold my long, thick hair up. I looped it three times to get it firm enough to even hold a ponytail up off my neck, and it still slid, stretched out, and stayed stretched. They could be convenient for pulling your hair back on windy days when you still want to wear your hair down when you get out of the wind, and are concerned about potentially getting a groove in your hair. Ten dollars for that strikes me as silly.2
Two loops and it fell off, three loops and it was too tight. The pink color was cute but it didn't work for my hair.2
My first thought was, "really, a scrunchy!" These are tacky looking but work great when not seen by others, like at home or washing your face. But that's it.2