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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 got one before in my Birchbox and thought it was kind of cool, but mostly useless. I'd much rather pay $5 for a pack of 80 hair ties than 5 or whatever twistbands I get.2
I think Twistband should make them with 2 colors... designs... something! I love the hairbands & I have purchased them... but a lot of girls won't pay for a piece of elastic when there are other companies making similar products.5
I have super thick hair and it's not ideal for me as a ponytail holder - but works ok for a bun.3
I already received a black twistband from Birchbox and have it with me every where I go. Excited to have another one.5
I'm not planning to purchase, because I usually keep my hair short enough that I can't really tie it back. However, my hair had grown out a bit when I sampled this, and I like the bright color and that it feels soft on my hair and doesn't get tangled. If I kept my hair longer, I'd buy a set.4
i like it a lot! it gives my hair nice waves when i put it up in a bun not like regular scrunchies that leave dents4
It just doesn't seem worth the money when you can make something very similar for much less.3
awful! thought it looked like an old piece of elastic! sorry.1
I have very fine hair and usually buy the smallest hair bands for my ponytail. This band kept my hair back and allowed for a looser ponytail. Its also cute and fun!5
I just went from long hair to pixie length hair, so while I won't be able to use it, I will probably save it for when my hair is long again4