Best hair elastics & ties according to redditors

We found 336 Reddit comments discussing the best hair elastics & ties. We ranked the 173 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Hair Elastics & Ties:

u/Cherrijuicyjuice · 31 pointsr/curlyhair

In my experience I’ve had bad results with scrunchies being too tight and leaving crease marks.

Get yourself a pack of spiral hair ties. They’re amazing. They stay in place and you really only need to wrap them around your hair once. One of my top curly hair purchases.

u/Orangebird · 21 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I can imagine finding travel samples of makeup and supergluing this type of button to the top of the cap or these things to the side of the cap, then threading a paper clip through the hole. You could then attach the paper clip directly to your key ring.

Or you could superglue a thick hair elastic to the cap and put a key ring through it. Even a strip of fabric tied in a ring and glued to the cap would work.

There are tons of tiny jars and things to make your makeup portable, so making them key-ring friendly shouldn't be too difficult. However, I would test cap strength first-- My key ring is tossed in my pocket, thrown on the desk, pulled out of a tangle of other pocket stuff, and generally moves around a lot, whatever I attach to it goes through the same rough treatment.

u/broccyncheese · 16 pointsr/xxfitness

I think I finallllly found some hair ties for my long, thick but fine hair

Burlybands - The Ultimate Hair Ties for Thick Heavy or Curly Hair. No Slipping Damage Breaking or Stretching Out. Seamless Ponytail Holders Scrunchies Sports Hair Ties for Thick Hair (Black 3 Pcs)

u/stopeatingfatass · 11 pointsr/wheredidthesodago

Get the silicon type, small size. You will never have a problem again. I can't wear those because I have super thick hair and it rips on it, but if you have slippery hair they should be perfect.


u/w101joy · 8 pointsr/xxfitness

What been a godsend for me has been the scrunci no-slip jelly hair ties. They never stretch out and the silicone material and texture really makes my hair stay in place. I have that heavy, silky Asian hair and normal black hair ties always slip out. But a word of caution is that you have to be careful pulling your hair out lol.

u/rAxxt · 8 pointsr/Calligraphy

Oh man. Lighting just struck my brain. You know what would be perfect for this? These.

u/SocksofGranduer · 7 pointsr/Nerf

Haha. You mean voberry :P

Every time someone says 'vodberry' I think "... and the snazberries taste like snazberries!"

u/agiddything · 6 pointsr/bjj

Just started growing my hair out and got this recommendation in a women's jiujitsu forum:

These particular hair ties work so much better than others. Almost never have to retie my hair during class like everyone else does.

u/binalala · 5 pointsr/BeautyGuruChat

I'm talking about these: they're actually pretty handy

u/neveraparent · 5 pointsr/longhair

My favorite are the no crease ribbon hair ties. These never pull my hair out and they look cute on my wrist.

No crease hair ties

u/krallfish · 5 pointsr/xxfitness


  • Lululemon Boogie Shorts. They are tiny, but I finally have the confidence to wear them and I absolutely love them. So comfortable and allow for big range of motion. The roll down ones are my favorites. Drooling over the pretty blue pair and the herringbone pair.
  • Knee Sleeves. My sister is getting me a set.. really excited!
  • Fabletics Doon Sports Bras. I have one and it's always the first one I wear after I do laundry, which means it's my favorite :)
  • Outdoor Voices Hoodie. I won an Outdoor Voices tank top in a competition and the fabric is just like butter. I signed up for their mailing list, which gives you a 20% code, so I may end up getting this for myself eventually. They are $$ like Lululemon, but made in the USA.


  • Mesh Shoe Bag. So nice when you have a pair of lifters.
  • No Slip Hair Ties. My absolute favorite. My hair actually stays in a ponytail when I use these, even while doing stuff like jumping rope!
  • Mary Jane's Pain Relief Salve. Not exactly legal in all US states (yet), but this stuff works better than any salve I have ever used.
  • Arnica Gel. I put this on any bruising I get from the barbell after a workout and the bruises heal much faster!
  • Life Extension Fish Oil. My favorite fish oil ever.
u/chameleon_souls · 4 pointsr/aspergirls

I official name is spiral or cord hair ties. Couldn't remember the right word last night. You can find them on amazon or at drugstores. I've seen them in two sizes and they come in different coatings (plastic, rubber or cloth).

u/Erulastiel · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Goody makes some with rubber grips on the hair ties. They work really well. They're the stay put line.

They break your hair though, so they're really only for working out and not meant to be worn daily for hours.

u/ario62 · 4 pointsr/CatAdvice

Ever since I saw the pic of a bunch of hair ties that had to be removed from a cats stomach, I won’t let my cats play with them either. But they love the phone cord type hair ties, which don’t seem like a hazard to me (if anyone knows any different please let me know!) I don’t have this exact brand but it’s the first thing that came up for me in google. Mine are the same concept but j got them at michaels craft store for super cheap.
Kitsch Spiral Hair Ties, Coil Hair Ties, Phone Cord Hair Ties, Hair Coils - 4 Pcs, Brunette

u/howardsgirlfriend · 4 pointsr/HelpMeFind

The rubber bands used on dental braces are the smallest I have ever seen.

u/foam_data · 4 pointsr/Nerf

I budget for a minimum of 24 darts per player. I would buy some Koosh or Voberry darts, but delivery time is now against you.

My group has developed to the extent that every player needs at least 50 each, some pack 100+ darts a game. With wear and tear that gets expensive if you use Elites. Thank god for aftermarket darts!

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DONT BUY THE SOLID HEAD FVJ'S they are barred at all my games as they can leave bruises. Everyone should wear safety spec, whatever dart you use.

Voberry Link

BW12 Koosh link, now with better tip glue

u/run_work_mom · 3 pointsr/running

I have long hari that is fine, but I have a TON of it. I swear by a high pony with these - awesome grippy hairties Normal hair ties just slide out of my hair. Buns give me a headache, and braids turn into a whip.

u/kittycaviar · 3 pointsr/FemaleHairLoss

I just purchased these hair ties that are super great, hold, and don't do damage to my hair. Might give them a try. You get 100 for around $10

Kenz Laurenz 100 Hair Ties No...

u/Fribbtastic · 3 pointsr/anime

> How does Hina from Weathering With You tie her hair?

With her hands obviously.

Joking aside and judging by pictures on google like this it seems she just uses a plain hair band.

Closest I could find is this

u/applepious · 3 pointsr/beauty

I also have fine blonde hair. The best I've found are these

u/toryhallelujah · 3 pointsr/running

Also, I highly recommend these grippy hair ties for athletes! They totally do stay put all day/activity.

u/lolo91187 · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I have a lot of hair and it was always a struggle until I found these. Now I can put my hair up in the morning and it'll stay until I take it out, even through sleeping. Here's a link to the exact ones I use:

u/neutralpalettehotel · 3 pointsr/longhair

Also hip length, and I highly recommend the goody ouchless and Scunci No Slip silicone hair ties. I rarely ever have hair snarl on them and as the other poster mention they're much more versatile! Though for buns I prefer hairsticks or spin pins, as they are able keep the weight of my hair evenly distributed.

As for sleeping I have to detangle, and do very loose double french or rope braid. Too tight and it's uncomfy and causes fraying/breakage too. Sleeping on a satin pillowcase also helps too, as it causes less friction than cotton or polyblends. I've tried satin sleep caps, kerchiefs and such however I move around too much at night to keep them on. Though if you can wear them and keep them on many sing their praises!

u/megszzz · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

I workout in the mornings so I usually shower every morning so i usually just redo my hair.

In the days that I decide I need more sleep and workout later:
Use a non crease hair tie like these
After working out, I take out my hair tie with my head upside down
With my head still upside down, I use my fingers to loosen up my roots and get them away from laying flat on my head and scrunch my curls a bit
Flip hair back over. Using my hands and water from a sink, I go over my curls to help with frizzes and re position the curls back where they belong (I also have a travel size container with gel in it that will help with the curls forming back together)

u/crytol · 3 pointsr/whatisthisthing

It is to set on your hair to keep all the strands going a direction, my stylist uses it to part my hair properly for a cut.

Edit: Found an example

u/BloodLady · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

If you put it in a ponytail while it’s wet, it will have a noticeable bump.

There are also superior types of hair ties. This is my favourite that doesn’t leave bumps. I have thick hair but if your is thinner, you might like something like these. Make sure your hair is dry first!

u/myfavcolorispink · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

These work pretty well, normal hair ties will only go around my hair twice, but these will go round thrice and be snug but not overly tight.

u/_totallysafeforwork · 2 pointsr/Naturalhair
u/EmeraldGirl · 2 pointsr/thewalkingdead

I can't believe something about hair ties was my first comment this week.

u/boycott_nestingdolls · 2 pointsr/XXRunning

I plan on picking up one of these. I've heard good things and the reviews seem solid.

u/lalalalady22 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love Disney! When you wish upon a star!

Favorite Disney movie is Mary Poppins. I just love her. I grew up watching the movie. I used to dress up like her when I was a kid and carry an umbrella around. I love the music, the cartoon parts, the story, all of it!

Favorite song might have to be I'll Make A Man Out of You from Mulan. It's just so much fun.

Item: pony tail holders!

I also love Toy Story. Thanks for the contest :)

u/Cocotapioka · 2 pointsr/blackladies

They're the same as regular hair ties, but they're designed for thick hair so they're bigger by default and have extra stretch. I swear by them when I have braids in.

I'm pretty sure these are the ones I have.

u/oh_my_glob_22 · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

Yasss! I think they're these or something very similar. The ones I have are the size of a normal hair elastic, and they're black and scrunchie-like, but with sort of smoother material. I got them at Walgreens! Nothing wrong with a little Saved By the Bell realness though. lmao

u/marekkane · 2 pointsr/HerOneBag

these things . they also apparently pull out of your hair very easily. I've never used it because I have short curly hair, but my colleagues have and swear by them.

u/bumpty · 2 pointsr/bjj

get a wrestling cap. it's totally normal and common in wrestling. here is another version

u/fulmeral · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I really like the ones with the grippy material twisted around them. I have very thick hair, so I stretch them a bit before I put my hair up. Here is a link:

u/groggygirl · 2 pointsr/bjj

A few weeks ago at walmart I spotted silicone hair elastics. Not those tiny ones that knot themselves to your hair and then break. Big, thick, unbreakable silicone ponytail holders. Bought a pack to try them and they are amazeballs. I put my hair up at the beginning of the night and two hours of rolling later only a few strands have come out. Downside is that the grip is so good that if someone gets your braid between their legs/arms or under their body it's staying there. But they are the best elastics I've ever used.

u/seige197 · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

What about these "burlybands"?

u/perfectdrug659 · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

I just discovered these a couple months ago, and they are amazing. They're completely rubber, and never, ever slip out even a little bit, great for daily stuff and whatnot. I've honestly broke one so far, which is pretty amazing. If you can't find them at a store, just order them, you won't regret it.

u/eastwinds · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

I'm so jealous that you can do that in a reasonable amount of time. My damn hair takes half the day to dry all the way through! I've found it works best with one of those tie style ones ala
My hair is usually voluminous enough that I don't have to loop it.

u/deliciouslysaucy · 2 pointsr/Equestrian

When my hair was short I went with a wide spandexy headband (with a bead of silicone around the edge to make it grippy like this) plus whatever was long enough to pull back in a ponytail secured with a grippy hair band like these, which happen to be the grippiest hair ties I've ever used by a long shot.

It was not an attractive look sans helmet, but it got the job done.

Those buff things look like they could be great for helmet-funk-prevention in addition to keeping the hair under control. If you try them let us know how it works!

u/vetter81 · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Goodie ouchless. I used to buy Scunci but discovered that Goodie don’t stretch out as fast.

I also recently bought these, hoping they wouldn’t leave dents overnight, but they haven’t really worked for me. Everyone else seems to love them, though, based on reviews on Amazon and several blogs.

invisibobble Power Traceless Hair Ring, Crystal Clear

u/tobert · 2 pointsr/longhair

I'm a runner with shoulder-length hair. I usually run with a high ponytail using thick no-damage hair ties. 2 loops. If I want it really tight I can do 3 loops but I've noticed that will sometimes take hairs with it, while 2 loops doesn't.

Pro tip: (maybe?) I grab my bluetooth headphones before doing the ponytail and pull wire slack between the buds through, eliminating all of the wire bounce and any clips in one go. Just be careful pulling it out as the rubber (on most I've seen) will grab hairs.

I haven't found any split ends since my last trim about 2 years ago, so I think it's working well.

I've also started hot yoga and have been doing a low pony tail with the same hair ties. I think it's time to get serious about my learning to braid :)

After a workout I comb my hair gently from the bottom up with a wide-tooth comb. Before I shower. If it's really messed up e.g. from a long/hard/wet run, I use too much conditioner and comb that through - again, gently from the bottom up. Most of the time I simply rinse it without products, washing about once a week and conditioning 1 or 2 times as needed.

Hair ties:

Thanks for starting the thread. I am also interested in this subject :)

u/JennaBug6272 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hi there! Thanks for this contest! You're awesome!!

The very greates, most-handy, neatest, most useful add on item for me is this pack of hair ties I use them everyday, and they are amazing! I have super thick hair and a two year old, so I don't like leaving it down all that often.

Now, pay attention in class! Also, have a great day!!

u/PinkleopardPJ · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

Hmm good point. I can get them around 3 times but from your description of your hair I think yours is probably thicker than mine.

But I did find [these](Burlybands - The Ultimate Hair Ties for Thick Heavy or Curly Hair. No Slipping Damage Breaking or Stretching Out. Seamless Ponytail Holders Scrunchies Sports Hair Ties for Thick Hair (Black) which look pretty awesome.

u/beaniebugg · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I'm soooo drunk

  2. Chips, McDonalds fries, Jack In the Box curly fries, and some more fries.

  3. These :)

    Thanks for the contest!
u/trixie464 · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Also, if she has trouble with hairties buy some of the ribbon type for her. They come out and hold together curly hair much better.

u/Aerokicks · 2 pointsr/aspergirls

I only use these. They don't break (often) and don't get lose and don't slip.

u/photopiperUX · 2 pointsr/bagpipes

An electric chanter is very much worth the investment. Yes, they are very expensive. But they are a tremendous asset.

Look into any of these:


These are the reeds I've personally found to be the most quiet:


And these are the rubber bands that you can use on your reed to quiet them up:

u/jewishvampire · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have super fine/slippery hair and these guys do a great job of staying in my hair, and they have no point where ends attach to each other, so they're not that easy to snap. They come in packs of just black if you're not into the bright jelly colors!

u/LadySnape · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here is my list! This was very fun to make. My dream is to go to Woodward Gymnastics Camp! I adore gymnastics and I have not been able to do it for a very long time. I miss it a lot, and every summer, I day dream about life amongst the Woodward gymnasts and coaches. I do know, however, that if Woodward stops taking adults before I can attend, there are other adult gymnastics camps out there, and that is very comforting.
This was a great contest! lol I never really thought about what I wanted or needed, I just knew I wanted to go!
Here is my $5
And here is my $10!
As someone else said, thanks for the opportunity to day dream! lol. It was between this and a vacation to Hogwarts! I decided to pick the one more obtainable.

u/avocadocoast · 2 pointsr/orangetheory

If you have thick hair, I highly recommend these bands from Amazon. They work so well and minimize damage. I then use a smaller band to secure the bun after it's in the Burlyband ponytail.

u/blueflowers · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I usually put it up in a scrunchie. They make small ones now!

u/TalkForeignToMe · 2 pointsr/aww

I use these for my hair (best hair ties ever, seriously. Seriously.) and I always have at least one on my wrist. Sometimes I would find them missing pieces on the floor. Rather curious until one day my lady came and cuddled up to me and nonchalantly started chewing on the hair tie on my wrist... She likes to eat them. I've gotten toys for her with the same feel, but she won't touch 'em. Cats, man.

u/Sepulverizer · 1 pointr/bisexual

Kenz Laurenz No Crease Elastic Ribbon Ponytail Holders Hair Bands, Prints and Solids, 100 Ties

u/mcletterrip · 1 pointr/findfashion

Possibly these Scunci ones?

u/PerceptualModality · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Avoid washing for as long as you can. I wash about twice a week and use dry shampoo in between. I also love those spiral hair ties (like these: Invisibobble The Traceless Hair Ring - Clear - 3 Pack and I put my hair up a few times per day but can still wear it down.

As for cute styles to wear your hair up... Let me know when you find out 😂 I usually just wear it in a ponytail or bun. I can do a French braid but I'm not very good at it so I usually just wear it to sleep or maybe to work out.

u/purebredginger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Feel better!! Drink lots of Nyquil.

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful princess who found this little plastic baggie. She became a crackhead, overdosed, and died. Prince Charming found her one day, and tried to bring her to life with a kiss of true love, but it didn't work. So he took her drugs and ran. The end.

These please!

u/hheartstrongg · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These hair ties because they are super cute and I've always wanted to try them!

u/dogs_and_dogs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thank you /u/Sp3cia1K for your work on the bomb. It really is a wonderful event :)
this is what I want.
I think this is really cute.
Go Mom Go!

u/WindWhisked · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I enjoy running. I do it because it makes me feel at peace when the world is chaotic around me. I laugh because people don't typically associate me with the average runner as I'm overweight and only 5'2". Luckily I don't let any misconceptions stop me. :) Whenever I look at these I know they help me on my ultimate task which is to finish that next glorious race, whether it's 3.1 miles or 14.

Scrunchies ROCK!

u/chemcalfarmr · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

cheap cheap cheap !! sorry thats just a cute picture for your birthday!!

Here is something that is $0.55 with free shipping! :)

u/ann_nonymous · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. [This is something I need] ( I always seem to lose my hair ties. I do not know where they go but I suspect they are in Narnia....
  2. Check!
  3. X-Ray and Vav

    Thanks for the contest!!!
u/FredWampy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Let's go for this. It's in my Wife Things list. Thanks for the contest and Patrick Kane is our hero.

u/willowtree197240 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this is only .51c and free shipping DOLLAR

u/SereneWisdom · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Technically, a 15 cent gift card towards getting my boys a Wii U for Christmas would be the cheapest thing. The next cheapest is this pretty hair bun maker.

u/ButturedToast · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would pick /u/nayohmerae as my buddy. And it's not quite a survival tactic, more as I'll be her pet zombie. I have long since accepted my fate as a zombie for my lack of survival instincts. But I have promised to become the ultimate zombie, deck myself out in bullet proof vest, army helmet and wrap my entire body and appendages in barbed wire to make sure that if I get you, I get you good. And she will put me on a leash and I will protect her from all the bad humans out there and will fool other zombies into not realizing there is food around. It'll be great.

And hair ties would help me survive (as a zombie) to keep my hair out of the way and less easier to grab at if humans are trying to escape my chomping jaws !

Damnit Daryl! Clean yourself up!

u/book_worm526 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Lavendar oil

  2. Hair tyes in multiple colors so your always prepared :)

  3. Here's Surprise Kitty cause it's a good one :)
u/Petit_Hibou · 1 pointr/HaircareScience

What type of hair tie do you use? I find that ribbon hair ties are much gentler on my hair. However, I can't get as tight of a ponytail with them, so I find myself redoing my ponytail every couple hours.

u/h4pp7 · 1 pointr/Fitness

Can you do a french braid to keep those small hairs out of your face and (if it still ends up very long) roll it up into a bun? I usually do a braid starting at my side part to hold back small hairs/bangs and tuck it into a french braid. This usually keeps my hair untangled as long as i use big chunks of hair in the braid. It doesn't slip out bc I use these

u/004msnk · 1 pointr/HaircareScience

These could also work, just to keep the front in place without making all of the hair too flat.

u/rawrtits · 1 pointr/Naturalhair

I'm always weary of having any hair left in my hair ties. The only thing that have worked well for me are invisibobbles.

u/Twikx_ · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I have a similar issue with my hair (it falls out of every up-do ever tried) but this style of hair tie is legit:

They don't rip out all your hair, and you don't need to use 5000 at once. It's a little weird to be essentially tying your ponytail with a telephone cord, and it doesn't sound like it should work, but it does! I have no idea how, but something something engineering maybe?

u/flocculus · 1 pointr/running

These are the only ones that have ever consistently worked for me for normal wear and these are the only ones that worked for running. I cut off all my hair last December so it's a non-issue now!

u/Mickey-the-Luxray · 1 pointr/Nerf

Solid choices, although are you planning on buying the official Elite darts? I think Voberry Darts would allow you to provide your kid with many more darts for a longer time. The fact that they're slightly larger than Elites allows them to be used without wearing down for a longer period of time. They won't need to be replaced as often as a result.

Although, there are two kinks in the Voberry darts; one is that the shipping protection is often inadequate, resulting in crushed (and thereby useless) darts. The other is that every once in a while, a dart will have a completely solid head. They must be thrown out as well.

Despite those problems, the Voberry darts are still a better value for the money than official Elites, especially since your kid isn't attending hardcore wars and likely won't be going through darts too quickly. And even if he does, $5 isn't too much to spare for 50 extra. C:

u/mhaeveh · 1 pointr/Haircare

If you don't have them already I highly recommend the phone cord hairbands

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Or any other brand really. They're softer on the scalp and they don't pull hair at all. The pony stays up while I climb and weightlift.

u/WhoKnowsWho2 · 1 pointr/Nerf

They are a generic elite dart from China.

I haven't seen any undersized reports from them. But there are mislabeled ones that have hard rubber tips. And the glue can leave something to be desired like Koosh.

u/LadyRavenEye · 1 pointr/AskWomen

I use ribbon hair ties. They're a touch more expensive, but they don't do that thing where it gets all stretched out at the elastic, they don't hurt my wrist, they look pretty, and supposedly they don't kink your hair, either (haven't had luck with that one but I have very fine hair that's easily kinked). I went from chronically losing hair ties to weeping when my ribbon tie of three years got dropped in pee. Still miss you, ol' orangey.

u/littleredhoodlum · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

I have super thick curly hair. Those Walmart ties make it about 2 minutes before snapping. One Christmas my friend got me some BurlyBands and I've never had anything else since.

Sucks that they cost more and it irritates me alot when I lose one, but they do work.

u/stardustcross · 1 pointr/ShredditGirls

Sure, or you could reply here/make a new thread? I'm probably not the only one interested.

That sounds interesting, it means a person can keep it on when they go for lunch or whatever. One less thing to take off in those crowded chalets is a plus. I guess you could also cool off too when needed...

As for the hair part, I actually use some velcro things (something similar to this - to keep hair out of my face sometimes when I'm washing my face.

As long as the velcro isn't super strong, it's good, and stays in place until I take it off to go out. It is perfect for hair because it's very gentle when you take it off your head. I'm not sure something like that would be also secure enough for what you're making though. Anything stronger + hair probably will means some snagging, but probably would be fine if the "hook" part isn't in a position that would touch hair.

u/an-choi · 1 pointr/Chefit

Long + thick hair here. I put my hair up in a pony with these hair ties. I have bangs and a lot of wispy flyaways as well so I use clips and a bit of hairspray to hold them in place. Finally I put on a dad hat and go about my day!

u/IllIII · 1 pointr/motorcycles

I use an all rubber hair tie. Slips over mirror when not needed, and since it's black, blends in on my black bike. They have color if wanted.

At first, I tried the X-Grip on my iphone 6, but it would press my volume button. Used it for about 1000 miles and it never got loose as long as I properly positioned it, but I kept worrying about it. Always looking at it. Not liking volume button being pressed I considered trying different size X-Grip, but decided to go with the RAM cradle instead. I never worry about it at all. I do still use the hair tie on it "just in case".

My use, X-Grip is solid, but if you insert too high or low it could move. That is a mistake that could be made. The cradle has a confident "click", and there's no doubt it's in.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[Awesome scaredy cat] ( plus [this] ( nifty bun maker to keep my hair outta my face on vacation! Thanks for the contest!

u/robert9350 · 1 pointr/wrestling

This is what my daughter uses when she has to. This one has been the best we have found. Stays in place keeps hair in place and the best is that it goes under headgear not over. Also order a couple always have a back up!

u/saroka · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Teeny tiny Tina tickles toes.

These hairbands are tiny-ish. XD

u/m4ttyyy · 1 pointr/aspergirls

THESE! These these these these theseeee. Amazing for keeping your hair out of your faceThey're super gentle, don't tangle, and don't tug (and this is coming from a tender-headed girl with thick curls). using a sports headband to push my hair back, wearing a bandana like this (couldn't find a good picture so it's an amazon post lol), braids, space buns, buns, (if your hair is curly) just leaving it in a pineapple, ponytails, claw clips, that usually helps me manage my hair on days when it drives me nuts. Also conditioning well, using products, that helps a lot. I use this hair mask two to three times a week and it keeps it super soft and healthy which helps me not mind my hair being long as much lol

u/fluttershy123 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/br1cktastic · 1 pointr/curlyhair

Yes! That is what I end up doing now is a bun usually in the back. I got these new hairties that don’t mark up or pull your hair the coiled ones. So far they’re great! no pull hair ties

u/Pink-petunias · 1 pointr/curlyhair

If you do buns I highly suggest using either spin pins or bun pins to keep your hair up instead of a hair tie! creaseless hair ties work great to avoid breakage and I hear invisibobbles or "hair coils" work great too. (Somebody else also suggested these)

u/Elusive2000 · 1 pointr/Nerf
u/Backfjre · 1 pointr/Nerf

If you decide Voberry then these Voberry darts are what I bought and they're pretty solid.

The big 2 to look into are Voberry and Koosh.
It's tough finding info because a lot of things are actually outdated, so I'll try to give a quick summary.

Koosh has 2 specific sellers to use on eBay, BeautifulWomen2012 and Yutoys. BW2012 had issues with tips falling off, but recently acknowledged the issue and made improvements with "Improved Adhesive" listings. Yutoys often had less issues with tips falling off, but still some problems. With Koosh, the difference between these 2 buyers is small, and if you don't mind regluing tips they're a solid choice. Koosh originally had issues in springers but other posters here claim that's also a thing of the past. As far as I know, Koosh is more accurate and consistent than standard elite.

Voberry you can find on Amazon, and I recommend only buying from the Voberry market connected to that link. There are a few different sellers (JLTech1 and CXB1983 I've purchased from) but I've noticed no difference between them. Voberry has no manufacturing issues, but I noticed a slight drop in range in flywheels. These darts are the same accuracy as standard elites.

u/doomla · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I keep my hair just long enough to have this problem. I use these headbands to keep the pieces that dont reach my ponytail from being a nuisance:

And because my hair is slippery, I like to use these to keep whatever reaches the ponytail in place:

u/moxiousmissy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I filled out the poll. :)

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