Best hair styling accessories according to redditors

We found 1,598 Reddit comments discussing the best hair styling accessories. We ranked the 764 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Hair styling pins
Hair clips
Hair barrettes
Hair side combs
Fashion headbands
Hair elastics & ties
Hair bun & crown shapers

Top Reddit comments about Hair Styling Accessories:

u/Evayne · 51 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

At the risk of sounding obvious, have you tried a hair band?

I use this one, but any will do.

u/MistThePerfume · 35 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

You need spin pins! These hold better than any rubber band/bobby pin combo and when you take your bun out at the end of the day, you have lovely curls.

u/juicyfizz · 22 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I have this one from Etude House and it's my favorite thing ever. Perhaps unnecessary, but I have a ton of short little hairs around my face that are growing back from the dreaded postpartum hair loss, so it's nice to have that to keep them dry. Also, cat ears.

u/elegantballoons · 17 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Get professional-style bobby pins! They truly do make a difference; they're stronger and hold better. You can get them (like literally anything else) on Amazon!

u/fennelouski · 15 pointsr/photography

Did she do her hair that day? Did you show her some of your pictures in a similar style ahead of time? Did you deliver on matching the style that they (probably) saw ahead of time? If you followed through on capturing the moment and processing the images in a way that's consistent with your normal work flow, then I'd say you're in the clear.

If she really wants a reshoot, offer another session at your normal rate. If she doesn't like that idea, you could offer a discount on another session as compensation since she's not happy with how she did her hair that day.

How did you bill her? If you gave her an invoice, make sure to write the full price and then deduct a discount (Friends & Family usually works well). This way, they know they're getting a discount. That doesn't quite apply here, but it's good advice for any future work of this nature.

Also, I'd recommend keeping hairspray, bobby pins, hair clips, and hair ties. It'll cost you about $20 up front for all of those things but you'll be able to save yourself hours and hours later in editing hair and your clients will be so much happier with you during the shoot. Also, I'd recommend keeping a mirror in your kit as well.

u/penguin_waddle · 10 pointsr/AskWomen
u/One_of_a_Kind · 7 pointsr/curlyhair

Two tips for curly hair and updo's: try out spin pins, they're bun pins for curly hair. I find them super comfortable. My hair is about belly button length.

Another idea for keeping it in place is to literally sew it. A super blunt needle (I use big plastic ones) and some yarn. There's someone on the /r/weddingplanning sub just today who's hair was done like this.

If your hair is braid-able, you can braid a circlet on the top of your head to keep things looking pretty and under control. Like this

Edit: I forgot to add my favourite updo/bun method: use chopsticks!

u/l3londie533 · 7 pointsr/xxfitness

I have pretty thin straight long hair. I wear a bun and a headband for every work out!

I use these spin pins to make the bun so that I don't get a crease in my hair and supposedly help prevent breakage from wearing tight ponytails everyday.

And this headband is my favorite. It's the only lululemon thing I own because it's the only lululemon thing I can afford but it is great. It never slips, I never get headaches and I wash it once in a while with my regular laundry.

u/SocksofGranduer · 7 pointsr/Nerf

Haha. You mean voberry :P

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

u/shezombie · 6 pointsr/curlyhair

I had the same problem with hair ties so I got this style of hair clip. I pile my hair on top of my head and use this clip to keep it in place. This probably wouldn't work for people with very long hair but mine is just about shoulder length so it works for me. The next morning I use a small spray bottle with a mixture of water and conditioner (mostly water, probably about 10 parts water to 1 part conditioner). I spray my hair and scrunch the curls with my hands. Honestly, some days my second-day curls are better than the first day.

u/twospoonsforme · 6 pointsr/xxfitness

Loved my bob cut and was thinking of cutting my hair again. I used to braid my hair down two sides to catch all the hair. Those little elastic rubber bands for hair are amazing but will end up everywhere. Also, these are amazing if you want to do two little buns. They stay put much better than bobby pins.

u/saiph · 5 pointsr/Aerials

My go-to is a quick bun held in place with two smallish octopus clips. It holds quite well if I just twist, spiral, and clip (no hair elastic necessary), and it takes like five seconds to do. I have to redo it if I do something bouncy like a mat run, but it stays for basically everything else.

Some of my friends have slipperier hair than me, and they find that two spin pins work better for them than two octopus clips.

If I want something more secure, I'll go full-on classical ballet bun. I'll get my hair damp with a spray bottle, ponytail, and pin the shit out of it. I find that two-stranded buns hold the best and look the nicest (personal preference, though). I'm sure it's not good for my hair, but it's practically indestructible. You can jazz it up by doing a braided bun, a twist-and-braid combo, twists or french braids into the bun, and a bunch of other things.

Ugh, this is making me miss my long hair. I just cut a foot off.

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/pepperjackplease · 5 pointsr/AskWomen

To all my bun buds: spin pins changed my life.

u/sunshineandsarcasm · 5 pointsr/starbucks

I have long, thick, wavy hair that like to escape, and has a tendency to give me headaches when worn up in a bun for too long.

these are LIFESAVERS. I bought two packs and use two pins for my buns, and occasionally a bobby pin or two for any stray hairs.

u/RubyTuesday123 · 5 pointsr/AsianBeauty

My hair slips right out of headbands. I either put it in a ponytail or wrap my hair up in one of these.

u/anarttoeverything · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

Get a Turbie Twist if you have long hair. Even shorter drying time!

Set our your outfit for the day the night before. Also pack your bag and your lunch the night before if you bring it to work.

If you're really desperate to save time, brush your teeth in the shower while you're waiting on your conditioner.

Shower the night before--if you really don't want to do that at least wash your hair the night before.

Get a more powerful hair dryer that dries hair faster.

u/FluffyWinterCoat · 5 pointsr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

I have a similar headband by Etude House. It's great!

u/terribleatkaraoke · 5 pointsr/AsianBeauty

The OG
[ETUDE HOUSE] My Beauty Tool Lovely Etti Hair Band

u/sassypants55 · 4 pointsr/BeautyAddiction

Just chiming in. There are "hair donuts" you can buy specifically for this purpose, but you can also cut the toe out of a sock, roll it up, and use it inside your bun. This method will make the bun bigger, more shapely, and easier to secure.

Something else you might try is a texturizer. It makes your hair more voluminous and less slippery.

u/lartar · 4 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

I'd get some of those twisty bobby pin thingies. I have a bob right now, but if I have some curl in my hair, I can just kind of roll and twist my hair at the nape of my neck and insert two of those bad boys. Secure any strands that fall out with extra (regular) bobby pins. Cute and effortless looking with minimal effort (especially if your hair naturally has some curl to it). If you don't have any curl in your hair, I'd definitely add some product and maybe run a curling iron through your hair first.

I also like to gather strands on both sides of the front of my hairline and either twist or braid them back on super lazy days.

u/sewsewsewyourboat · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use these pins to wrap my hair into a bun. No elastic band, is actually very secure (I use these to run, too beverage my hair week often fall out of elastic bands), and doesn't cause breakage because it's not really putting any force on your hair. You can also adjust how "loose" it is to your head so it doesn't give you a headache.

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/Azstrid · 4 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Try some sheet masks :) and get a cute headband to do them in like this one. It makes a fun mini spa experience, and you don't have to deal with the messy residue from regular clay masks.

Edit: also here's some activities you can try.

  • Some sort of hand held console, like a nintendo 3ds / 2ds. They are more straightforward and beginner friendly and have a ton of games to pass you time with. Animal crossing, ace attorney, there are many fun options.

  • You mentioned you have trouble with video games? Visual Novels are another fun option, and if you into that stuff, you can try joining us at r/otomegames
u/cats_in_tiny_shoes · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction


I wear it for skincare routine and makeup application. No more mascara in my bangs! It's a miracle!

u/nourishtheskin · 4 pointsr/AsianBeauty

A hairband/bobble? Try something like this?

u/gigglesmcbug · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Try an octopus clip.

They're great for thick hair or lots of hair.

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/makeitorleafit · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

Ooh! For a comfy bun- Goody makes these spin pins that have saved my life! I love the shorter ones cause my hair is thin and makes a tiny bun.

u/cheshire06898 · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I have long (boob length), wavy hair that is thick, but the individual hairs are fine (i just have a lot of them).I find for my hair if I wear it up, I need a quick mist of hair spray or sea salt spray to give my hair some tack so it doesn't just slip out. I have also found that these spin pins are fantastic for really anchoring down a bun to your head. I also like styles like this that look complicated, but really hold all of the hair together and stays in place (I use the spin pins to anchor down this style as well).

u/SlamielTosh · 3 pointsr/femalehairadvice

My hair is similar to yours, and about 7 months ago I got really tiered if my go to dos "down and natural," messy bun," and "sleek sock bun." I also got really tired of every morning trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my hair, so I decided to have a hair "uniform." Every work day my hair is the exact same.

I part to the left (always have), twist the right side (bangs) into kind of of a Dutch twist and bring that back to a low ponytail behind/below my right ear. For the left side I just smooth it back and join it in to the low pony.

From here I'll braid the pony tail and roll it up into a bun and secure with a spin pin

This works for me as a simple, quick, everyday, professional look. I felt like my hair was too long for the look I wanted to present professionally and made me look much younger than I am so an updo was my best option.

I do also love a sleek sock bun

Good luck!

u/SaltyBabe · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I have the worlds finest hair. 5 minutes in a pony tail and its like I've got a permanent line in my hair until I wash it even though it won't hold a curl to save my life.

Use this. It says use two for a bun, my hair is so fine I can use one even though my hair is so long it goes to the small of my back. If you put some product in it and do a spiral bun while its damp it actually looks really sexy when you take it down after its dried. Typically I can go 4-5 hours with out adjusting the pin but if you use two they lock each other in place, I just can't fit them both in my bun.

They're worth 10x their weight in gold, buy some and try it out. It took me a while to figure out just how to get them to work for me but it was beyond worth it. They're my go to hair tie when I need to go out and about. Won't work for sports/working out or sleeping unfortunately.

u/AboutTheBass · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cheer up, at least you didn't lose your legs in Vietnam! (This is something my friend Michelle often tells me when I'm feeling blue.)

For $0.65

For $0.93

For $1.14

I'm especially in love with the peacock items, I have a giant peacock tattooed down my left leg <3

u/TheKittenButcher · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Amazon! It's this one.

u/CelticMara · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My best birthday gift ever was my engagement ring, on my 47th.

We had been together for about 16 years, but both being women, had never been able to tie the knot because laws. Then, our state voted it in. Not by the politicians, but by the voters! That was in November, and on my birthday in December, she took me to a nice, romantic dinner followed by time with friends. I liked my birthday just fine, but then she surprised me with the ring. I don't think I even gave her a chance to ask a question before leaping into her arms and crying, "Yes!"

$1.38!. LoL.

Happy slightly early birthday!

u/jojewels92 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

gifting is fun







= $19.80 :)

u/VidaBoheme · 3 pointsr/FancyFollicles

The best way I've found to secure my hair is by using these spin pins to pin up my bun and then I use an elastic on top of that. My hair does not budge!

u/catterfly · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Looks good unless you have fine/thin/shorter hair

u/aeb1022 · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

9-5'er checking in- I've been working out 7-8 am, M-F for the last ~3 months and I love it. (never thought I'd say that lol!)

I can actually get ready for work faster at the gym than at home because of the lack of distractions. I'm asking for a gym bag for Christmas, because all of this crap does not fit in any single bag that I own lol. I bring a towel, turbi-twist, toiletry bag with shampoo/conditioner/face wash/body wash/razor, hanging toiletry bag with heat protectant spray/deodorant/body spray/moisturizer/cotton swabs, makeup bag, straightener, body lotion, dry shampoo (clean freak for the days I don't wash my hair, shower shoes, and small zippered bag for my jewelry. I keep extra pairs of undies in a small pocket of my bag, and should probably actually keep an entire change of clothes in my car. I have forgotten underwear, bra, and towel before (not all on the same day, haha!). It's super important to prepare everything the night before. I lay my towel out in the backseat of my car during my work day so it dries. I keep my work clothes folded in my bag overnight and during my workout, and I haven't had a problem with wrinkly clothes, I guess partly because of the type of fabrics I wear (drapey tops and jersey knit skirts).

Sorry for the stream of consciousness lol. I am a huge advocate of the before-work workout.

u/the_skyis_falling · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Since she's being born in winter, this will keep her noggin warm.

Only .63 but been needing it for ALL my hair!

Girl names:






Congrats on little Sprinkle Donut! And thanks for the contest

u/raindropsandroses · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Gifting is fun and this contest is awesome. I've got some variety on my Christmas wish-list.

Okay, first, we're going to the electronics. My tablet, named Tabby, is naked. She needs to be a bit more modest with this sassy, but classy, red cover.

Alright now we're getting a little thirsty and it's time to take a quick water break. What's that? You've got a glass but you need a STRAW?? I got choo covered, my friend.

Alright alright back to the list. It's tiiiiiiiiime for some detective work, Watson! Let's look for something for my/our messy hair. 'Cause we look a right, but oh-so-wrong, wreck.

AND boom! The total comes to 19.99 and we've got a penny left over for good luck!

u/mjhc · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hello! We meet again.

These would truly be great!

EDIT: On the MariaJ list

u/KinkyMcDreamy · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

$5.29 add-on in my hair wishlist.


Thanks for the contest.

u/doxiegrl1 · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

I don't know how to braid, but I use these clips to keep my hair up.

I take my hair, twist it, and then pin it up with the clip. My hair doesn't look as good when I take it down, but it usually looks okay.

u/Derpahontas · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I NEED THESE. Because I stepped on one of mine the other day and broke it, and then I lost my other one yesterday :(

You don't understand the struggle. Ponytails are harsh on the head, man. Jaw clips are the way to go. WHY DID MINE HAVE TO DIE SUCH TRAGIC DEATHS? :(

thx for the contest

luv u bby

come to tinychat k


*main wishlist

u/jspires · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Because bobby pins are the best! And cheap!

u/EmeraldGirl · 2 pointsr/thewalkingdead

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

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/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/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/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/hpsterscum · 2 pointsr/HaircareScience

Sorry I am just seeing this! I use spin pins - you can twist up your hair in a bun and then screw in these pins, which are very secure! I never learned the bun-with-elastic technique. My buns look deformed when I do that.

u/fiddlinaround · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I did some googling and found "spin pins" recommended for non-achy buns, so that might be something to try out.

u/CuddleBug413 · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

I have long, super thick hair (and I'm half-black, so I have that whole thing going on, too) and Spin Pins are basically the best thing EVER. One of them will keep my hair up all day. Two of them will keep it from moving even an inch. You should check them out.

u/BujuBad · 2 pointsr/longhair

Try a Goody simple styles pin. My hair can't hold a bun without them! Maybe try two low braid buns to reduce the weight at the base of your neck?

u/lilyofyosemite · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

> I kind of worry about kinks from pinning it, but it's definitely worth a shot!

Have you tried using a spin pin? I put wet hair in a bun with one of those pins all the time and I don't get kinks, just very gently wavy hair from it being twisted. I can imagine it working well if you put it in a bun on top of your head before bed.

u/funky_fresh_kicks · 2 pointsr/femalehairadvice

SPIN PINS. They are the miracle you've been waiting for. I have mid-length thin hair, but they were recommended to me by a former coworker with the waist length, thick beautiful hair. All you do is swirl your hair into a bun and then 'screw' the twisted bobby pin through the bun. IT took me a couple times to figure out how to get a tight hold, but once you figure that out you are gold! And the best part is that when I put my hair up when its a bit wet, I have the most beautiful wavy curls when I take it down later!

The Goody brand pins are great, but expensive for how many pins you get. I only need one with my shorter, thin hair but my friend definitely used two for a stable bun. I've also bought these off-brand pins which are exactly the same thing for way less. I bought those in a gold metallic color and I haven't noticed any chipping or other aging marks on the metallic paint.

Do yourself a favor and try them out. I promise you they are magic!

u/bonaroo · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

Get spin pins:

After showering, flip your head upside down and gather up hair on the top of your head like you're doing a ponytail. Start twisting hair around until it gently coils up on itself. Secure with spin pins into a bun smack on top of your head. Remove in morning to fluffy hair goodness.

u/AngelicXia · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

These things. I love them. Of course, right now I can't find any of mine, but…

u/Allizabeth · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/StefanieH · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The people of Costa Rica are known both as “Ticos” and “Costa Ricans.” The total population is 4 million, but growing at 1.5 percent. Roman Catholic is the dominant religion, although 15 percent of the population claims Protestant as their faith. Literacy is at 96 percent. Average life expectancy for a woman is 79 years while men average 74 years. Spanish is the dominant language.cite Item I hope LSDean gets to go to Estonia someday

u/FlayOtters · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I beleive this at $0.93 is the least expensive item I have.

u/luckykarma83 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's really bs, why do people have to be so damn rude? I hope this cheers you up. Here's my item!

u/drowgirl · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have plenty of things under $5. Pretty nail gems or pretty peacock hair clip or pretty masks... whatever strikes your fancy, really.

u/claire22bahr · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How Can you not love these?

Peacock Hair Clip

What about Adelynn?

u/halawia · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

a few months ago I got my hair cut super short and I'm at the inbetween stage and my hair actually DOES look rather fluffy lately, like a baby chicks lol. So I've been looking for cute hair things :)

u/Luckystar812 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You're welcome! :D Yep this head band

u/Kikiface12 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Allons-y! Alonzo!

Dude, you might be my favorite now.. ♥ Ten!

This headband would make me feel super pretty!

u/LadySkywalker · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think you should do 1 person because, while it would be nice to include 4 people, the majority of contests on subs like this opt for smaller prizes. Which is fine, I mean, I shouldn't be spending money anyway let alone buying someone an mp3, but larger prizes are a bit rarer. And, from an item stand point, yes there are plenty of little things you can have on your wishlist that maybe you sorta kinda need, but that bigger item might be something someone actually needs but can't afford, hence the wishlist. So I say, 1 winner.

$25 item

$10 item

$5 item.

Thanks for having a contest!

u/SereneWisdom · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Vintage Bling Phoenix Wing Headband

You're one of the bestest in the galaxy. :)

u/Esmy_had_a_lil_lamb · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Interesting...hmmm...when I was little and lived in Mexico I fell off a stage and broke my head open. Oh and I've also stuck my hand inside a calf's mouth while visiting my grandpas farm!

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please pop my cherry!

u/playhertwo · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


I would really just like some basic pens because my kid steals all of mine and I found them without the spring thing and they are basically useless :|

u/cknap · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This headband is the cheapest thing on my wishlist, only $1.38 and has free shipping. I like it because it's very summery. Plus, I have a navy and gold dress that I can wear with it. :)

My favorite pokemon is charmander

Thanks for the contest! :)

u/starfishe · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This awesome headband and it has free shipping!!

Thanks for the contest!!

u/JessieAnonymous · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I want it! for this and this.

u/moon-sun1015 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

cheap but classy
item thanks for doing this!

u/thefaith1029 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

$1.62 is kinda half of Pi right? Amirite? Hair Clip or Bitten Berry comes real close at $3.00!

u/Hbeth2010 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love Swagbucks! I'm currently saving for that gift card :)

You need this gorgeous hair clip


I need this really pretty lip stain

u/ChiliChowder · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I hope you don't feel sick as a dog for much longer!
Maybe these pretty flowers will cheer you up. :)

u/Amavin · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Don't laugh at me....i need beads, lol

u/fireflygirlie has this lovely bauble on her wishlist.

I found you

u/cousinitskid · 2 pointsr/Hair

There are many things I've learned growing my hair out, but these are the most important:

  1. One of the best things you can do is keep your hair in a bun or a braid as much as possible. The less opportunity it has to tangle, the less likely it is to break, and it helps protect the ends. I keep it up most of the time out of necessity at this point - my hair is hip-length and I'm constantly sitting on it if I leave it down.

  2. A good detangler is important. My stylist recommended this a few years ago and I bought a bottle from the salon for $20. I only use a couple of drops after every wash in my hip-length hair, and I'm still on my first bottle (though it's almost empty - I just bought a new bottle). It keeps my hair super soft and shiny and untangled on the rare occasions I leave it down.

  3. These are my favorite hair accessory. After a little practice, it only takes three of these and five minutes and my hair is in a bulletproof bun and ready for any situation. And that bun will last until I pull the pins out - I've fallen asleep with my hair up and woken up with it still in the exact same style (if a bit frizzy).
u/shazie13 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


This, please

Short hairs, no cares

Thank you for the opportunity.

u/_totallysafeforwork · 2 pointsr/Naturalhair
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/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/ShittyGingerSnap · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

Yes! I've been plopping like this for a while so I think your lengthy should be fine. I have a couple different versions of a turbie towel mostly so I can always have at least one clean one even if I haven't done laundry in a while. I use the same method for plopping (flip head over and lover curls into the towel) but I wear the towel backwards from the way they show it on the packaging so the twist doesn't muss up my hair.

The microfiber sucks water out of my hair pretty quickly so I don't still have really wet hair when I take it down (which was a big problem for me with a shirt) and it really cuts down on the time it has to be up before I defuse.

u/balsooma · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

I use a microfiber hair towel turbie twist and it works great! They have them at walmart for like 5$. It's cool 'cause it has a loop thing that you can secure the twist with so that it doesn't unravel!

u/lukemese · 2 pointsr/Dreadlocks

I'm almost ashamed to say it, but I've been using one of those TurbieTwist microfiber things for awhile, and it works great.

u/cutequeenpika · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

> a cosmetic hairband with cute cat ears --> Where do I find this?

I just ordered this one from Etude House last night! I had a little bit of a gift card left and wanted to treat myself :) apparently it also comes with samples?

u/zamiel4tw · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hair Donut, not delicious. but under a DOLLAR

u/Thisusernameisdope · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

63 cents + free shipping.

Thanks for the contest :)

u/bridget1989 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'd love to try the sock bun!

I can't imagine the shipping is high on that, but I can't figure out how to see what the shipping cost is. Can anyone help me out with that? It MUST be under a dollar.

u/SaraFist · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/bridgette1129 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is $0.75. Thanks for contest!!

Amazon Prime

u/Nynes · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have this on my Wishlist TOO! -Ive got really long, fine hair that is just a real struggle to put up, and since we are list twins - we should try them out and compare results!

u/caraeeezy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This would be the best EVER cause my cats always steal them.

Patrick Kane is our hero!

u/mrskimchi · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've had some rough stuff happen recently and I am truly thankful for my crafting hobbies which keep me sane, and my husband that gives me time and support in my endeavors! I'm happy as a clam when I'm crafting a pair of earrings or sewing a new baby bib! xoxo I'm desperately in need of some new bobby pins and this tub is super cheap!

u/adronitis · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Bobby pins because these little things go missing all the time and are never found again ):

Thanks for the contest!

u/jehc76 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I could really use these bobby pins. Mine disappear as soon as I take them out - 300 will last me quite a while!!

How are you today? This has been the longest day...

u/IguanaGrrl · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

CAWCAW Congratulations on graduation!

One can never have enough bobby pins!

Or, for something more interesting and fun...

A portable breathalyzer!

u/fluttershy123 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've been inside all day taking care of my puppy. He's a little poop machine.


u/mewfasa · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.

So I was doing my hair this morning and I went to grab a bobby pin to pin some of my hair back. I'm looking all over my bathroom counter (I'm terribly unorganized when it comes to my hair supplies) - can't find one. Check my makeup bag (which ends up being my everything bag) - no luck. Finally, I check my purse (you never know when you're out and about and need a bobby pin) - found one! I finish my hair and head out (three minutes later than intended).

I have a serious bobby pins deficit problem. So my request for an add-on item is this lovely six-pack of bobby pins so I will never run out of bobby pins again.

Haha, let's be honest now - I'd probably run out again in a few months. But for the time being, these bobby pins would help tremendously.

EDIT: Cheaper option

u/Sarraaww · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These help tame my ever growing hair.

u/kaj52213 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These because they always disappear!

Also, I move into my dorms in 3 days!

Thanks for the contest!

u/heyredridinghood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Item: KAPOW!

Add on: BAM!

Once upon a time, there was a girl who was on a mythical quest to find a spiny cactus in the middle of the desert. It was a long quest and a hot one. The sun's rays beamed down on her as she made her way. Each step grew more heavy than the last. She followed the directions given to her from her trusty game Theatrythm and while the directions appeared to be accurate, her hair would grow with every step. Soon she could not see where she was going and get path became unclear. Luckily, she found a pack of hair pins to keep her hair from her eyes. The path cleared and she was able to find get way.

The end.

Schmad on my add on

u/Kako20 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Bobby pins!

Extra goodies!

u/Tomyris · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I tend to pineapple my hair (maybe not all the way to the front and usually with an octopus clip ) and sometimes I'll use a headband if my hair keeps going in my face.

I don't cover my hair completely, but I'm sure there are some people here who do :)

u/Wtfkassiex3 · 1 pointr/curlyhair

La looks and deva curl doesn’t work for me. I use either SM momongo gel, the eco styler flax seed or SM gel with the pink label. The SM curl enhancing smoothie too.

CG approved styling foam includes creme of nature styling foam, and there’s one by styleID I LOVE bc you can use heat (I diffuse with med heat idc idc)

I use twisty Bobby pins like this and hair clips like this puff cuff like i said, great when I need a pony without the headache.

u/bannana · 1 pointr/aspergirls

I keep it long so I can twist it up in a bun and use a single alligator clip, this prevents the breakage that would happen with a ponytail or barrette. I also don't wash my hair very much (dry shampoo along with cornstarch/coco/cinnamon mixture works wonders.) and by not very much I often go two or three weeks without washing, this makes it much easier to twist up in a single clip. I start the twist near the crown of my head and go down with it then fold it up and put in the clip from the bottom, this seems to work the best for me.

alligator clip like these
And these clips work well also.

I think it much easier to put up hair that's a bit dirty than when it's slippery after just washing.

If my fella didn't express a strong preference to my long hair it would be about an inch long all the way around, I've told him if we ever break up the hair is coming off the next day.

u/921ren · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine. because, let's be honest -- these things get up and walk away all the damn time and I can never find one when I need one. A lady always needs more bobby pins. Thanks for the contest :)

u/kaitlinrls · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This if you would count that. But if not then these handy hair helpers. Thanks for the contest!

u/Lunar3 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Great contest you are amazing! Schmad on my add on

$20-30 item, & add on.

Why do I need the big item? Arizona gets make your butt sweat & face melt hot, I need something to cool off with.this item could be used for much more than just making a snow cone. I could use the Ice to smoosh on my face to stay cool,i could make a ton of ice in my freezer then fill my bath tub with "snow" and play in it. I also like eating ice, shaved ice will be better for my teeth then ice chunks. The add on item would be for my daughter & myself but could also be used for sly missions. Lol

u/notpandora · 1 pointr/AskReddit

If you have hair longer than chin length, then these are the pinnacle of man's ingenuity. They also come in short sizes.

Other than that, I've always wanted to buy some of this. Unfortunately it's over $10 with shipping.

u/themysticpurplefox · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I use spiral bobbypins to put my hair in a bun. No creases and you can make the bun as loose or tight as you need. I usually use 4 pins for a nice and secure bun (for top, bottom, and each side)

u/summervibe · 1 pointr/running

I have long thick hair as well! First I do a normal ponytail and twirl that that into a bun. Then I use two "telephone cord" hair ties to keep the bun shape. And finally I use two goody "spin pins" to secure the bun! I've used this for several races and long runs and it doesn't bounce or get loose.

u/railaway · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Have you heard of spin pins? I put my hair in a high-ish ponytail, braid it, and then twist these pins into the bun. It helps my thick hair stay in place all day! You can do a regular ballet bun with them too. To give you an idea of the hold, I wear these in my hair to go run at the gym!

u/shitshiner69 · 1 pointr/StudentNurse

Maybe some of those tiny little notebooks that fit in your pocket? I use those to write down vitals and such without lugging a clipboard around.

Hair ties since she’ll have to have her hair up, or if she would like them, I really love spin pins because I can have my hair up all day and never get a headache like I do from a pony tail.

Also don’t forget lunchbox stuff could be useful too because hospital cafeteria food is disgusting and generally not very healthy. Like maybe some glass Tupperware , a lunchbox, or a water bottle/cup.

Also if your friend is like me and likes to wear makeup, she will want a lipstick that won’t quit! This stuff stays on through my 12 hour shifts and I just love it!

Really depends on how much you want to spend, but I find that that these are the things that really got me through clinicals.

u/I_Dont_Own_A_Cat · 1 pointr/AskWomen

You can use spin pins to put it in a bun. My hair is extremely thick. Two pony tail holders or ponytail holder plus spin pins usually does the trick for a bun.

u/CrazyCatLady108 · 1 pointr/TrollXChromosomes

these things are INCREDIBLE! best part is they don't damage hair. finally after years of wearing a bun i am seeing my short broken strands growing out.

u/soignestrumpet · 1 pointr/running

After the braid step, wrap it into a bun and secure with spin pins instead of multiple elastics. Stays put for me through running, multiple soccer games, and swimming (in the ocean without a cap). For just short runs I can skip the braid step as well. For daily life I even skip the elastic. Just twist, pin, and go.
(You can also get them CVS, Target, etc)

u/RiddleMeThis1213 · 1 pointr/Aerials

I have long dreadlocks (a little past my hips) and I flip my head upside down and twist it tightly into a bun on top of my head securing it all with an elastic. Actually I use a headband due to the thickness, but if you don't have dreads then a regular hair tie would probably work. It usually holds pretty well.

They wouldn't work in my hair, but my aerial instructor usually puts her hair in a low bun using spin pins like these

u/FracturedFemme · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Not prime but free shipping:

It's a cute hairband to keep your hair outta your face while washing it/doing makeup/sheet masking:

I also have a peacock hairclip and an itty bitty jewelry box, because at this point I'm just sharing cheap stuff with free shipping whee!

u/Aerrowae · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


I love cheap

u/megaanmaarie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think someone else got you that, unless it's this. Though the clip should have gotten to you by today :/

u/sweetbeauty · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon






I'd love a Hootie!

u/Lauren_Is · 1 pointr/LowestPrice

Blue one. 1.60. Free shipping.

u/maggieonreddit · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



u/carpe-tenebris · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Craziest thing was when I let a friend cut my hair in the bathroom during lunch time in high school... My father had a weird thing about never letting me have short hair when I was a kid, so as a teenager after I had asked to have my hair cut and been told no, I told my friends at school and... well, I already said what happened after that. (Yes, I did get in trouble with my dad afterward... but he never tried to force me to have long hair again, because he knew I'd cut it myself no matter what he said.)

Here's a thing

Zombie Monkey

u/JennyJoyO · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thanks for the contest! Here is a Peacock Hair clip for 99 cents + free shipping

u/CityKat991 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Terry teeths on teeny tiny tacos. Item.

u/stillneverwrong · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It's this one here. If I were you, I'd look for a little bit pricier version, though... this one was broken when I opened it. I hot glued it to a plain barrette, though.

u/Vaguely_Saunter · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hairclip~ chickencone :D

u/sylviag4949 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Pretty , exactly $1.00

When i'm feeling down my German Shepard, Chica cuddles with me.. It's a great feeling especially since I have no friends in my city. She's my best friend.

Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue

Thanks for the contest...Smile=)

u/rlblackst · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is $2.10

I'd like it cause it's pretty.

Dancing Lobsters

u/ilikesleep · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These magic the gathering cards from your wishlist $3.39 + $3.00 + 7.00 + 4.42 = $17.81 - $2.06 peacock hair clip -$7.00 = $8.75

Basically it's just a addition subtraction of prices/items off your wishlist to make the $8.75

u/willowtree197240 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this would be nice for only $1.72

u/polkadotsunday · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

How about this

Beer Me!

Thanks for the contest!

u/samantha_pants · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/kubunto · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yours truly. there is one other thing coming.

Edit: Hair Clip is on its way

Edit 2: TIL non amazon supported gifts look like they are secret regardless of making a gifted post

u/just4kiks · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon - I hope it's free shipping still...

Where are you, you spongy, yellow, delicious bastards? Zombieland?

u/bubblegumtrees · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/cia1120 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. My day was awesome. I went to bday dinner with my best friend bc our birthdays are a week apart. So it was good food, laughter, and some much needed catching up! And it was seafood!!! Yum! Left overs today will be AMAZING!

  2. Doctorwhoftw

    And my item is this headband for $1.68!

    Thanks for the contest and welcome aboard!! :)
u/midnighteskye · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

a. What is your username? Midnighteskye, I absolutely hate things being spelled incorrectly but I was 13 and I had just had a creative writing assignment in which I named the characters Midnight and Sky but when I went to make my original email address, it being spelled correctly was not an e's were added.

b. What is your item? My item is this headband because pretty!

c. What does that item cost? $.049

d. What house are you in on pottermore/in harry potter? Probably Gryffindor

e. What is your favorite pokemon? Jigglypuff because she's hilarious!

f. Favorite doctor (from any show)? Doogie Howser because Neil Patrick Harris is awesome and I watched it as a kid...

g. Favorite my little pony character? I haven't actually got a chance to watch a lot of it but I do have the Rainbow Dash hoodie, so Rainbow Dash! But all of them are adorable!

h. Favorite TV Shows and movies? I love cooking shows, specifically Chopped, Best thing I ever ate and Unique Eats/Sweets. Then I watch a lot of murder my viewing habits are weird. Movies I watch a lot of Disney or Fairytale spins.

i. Favorite books? I read pretty much any fiction, I haven't seemed to be able to make friends with Sci-Fi or some fantasy. Again Fairy Tale spins and actually Fairy Tales are a favorite! I also adore cook books, I even have a Fairy Tale feast cookbook, it's awesome. Books about photography and makeup or just quirky books are cool too (I have a wishlist for them...I need to add more)

j. Do you like anime or manga? Tell me about the ones you like! I'm more into anima, I love the art in both though. The bit of Chobits I watched I absolutely adored. Lain was cool, from what I remember.

k. What type of phone do you have? Samsung Galaxy S3! I also have like a bajillion styluses now because I buy bundles all the time. My phone is like a modern day paper doll...she needs to be pretty!

l. What is your favorite animal? Reks (my dog) because he's mine and I think he's hilarious!

m. What is your favorite color? Rainbow! I actually really do like most colors, even colors I'm not fond of I can like in certain ways.

n. What is your favorite food? Grilled Cheese...because it's delicious, bread, cheese, butter and sometimes bacon!


z. How are you doing today? Well I've been sick for a week and I'm at work...but I'm doing pretty good. 4 hours and 11 minutes to go!

:) I'm blue daba de daba da

u/DSiobhan7 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Woot! I think I would go for a headband. Trying to spruce up my collection and make my hair routine less dull lol.

u/hawkaholic89 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think this headband is cute. and I just chopped off a lot of hair so I don't know what to do with it! and I can wear it with the Dancing Lobsters!

ps - it's on my $5 and under list

u/NarwhalLollipops · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This Gorgeous headband would definitely make me smile! I love all the little girly hair accessories since I can't wear regular earrings or costume jewelry.

I'm horrible in these same situations and my SO's family is the exact same way! They will badger me for months asking me for christmas lists and birthday lists! I always default to things I need vs. things I want because needs are easier to be specific with. Or if you go out and browse one day just take note(or take pics with your phone, makes it so much easier to remember!) of the things you come across that you like, maybe that one special thing that you've been eyeing for a long time that you never indulged in yourself because of the price?

u/Erynmarieyo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Zombie Monkey

The craziest thing i have done to my hair: I wanted to be bleach blonde, i had natural dark hair at the time and i didn't want to spend 1oo+ dollars just to go get it done so i decided to do it myself, so i get a box of blonde from walmart go home and do it, and hour later i take it out it's the color of ORANGE! i cried for an hour! lol i finally said fuck it and went and got it done! it was so embarrassing but it's funny now that i look back at it, it was the day after Halloween too... LOL

I would love this!


This stuff is AAAAMAZIIING

u/theredditorswife · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

womb liberation!

98 cents headband!

u/call_me_cthulhu_ · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) I'm in the middle but more on the same side you are. Normally I never win anything. I've had something similar where I'll be with a group of people and they'll all win something and I wont. Meanwhile my SO and his friend just won playoff tickets to a game that I entered a bunch of times (you could enter once a day) and they only entered once. I never win scratch offs or other lottery type tickets either but all the tickets I'll buy for people will be big winners for them. On the other hand I've won a contest here which surprised the hell out of me because I was having a terrible day then came home and saw I had one.

2. This is something I saw while looking at someone elses wish lish and fell in love. It's adorable and I wear buns all the time so it will work nicely.

thanks for the contest and everyone's a winner

u/Averyce · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Look at this pretty hair comb!!! Its so pretty! And an absolute steal at $3.00

Thanks for the contest!!

u/duchessofeire · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/smallz209 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I like the big booties and I cannot lie.
Thanks for the contest!!
I would love this sweet looking hair pin and it's under $3!

u/kiraella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

3 cats, 23, red.

2 cats, 23, black.

1 cat, 23, blue.

peacocks rule

edit: being 23 rules too btw.

u/SickRose · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cheepy cheepy

I <3 peacocks

u/theladygwarsh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/Trkghost · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Your gift is this!

u/existie · 1 pointr/AskWomen

I don't use bobby pins for this reason. They're terrible, especially for holding any real amount of hair.

If you want to secure a bun, use amish hairpins, or spin pins, or hair sticks, or a ficcare, or something else along those lines. Bobby pins aren't worth the metal they're made from, in my opinion!


Lady with mid-thigh length hair.

u/Mishiiee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/justahermit · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • $5 funf

  • $4 vier

  • $3 drei

  • $2 zwei

    *$1 eins

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

I'm Ron Burgundy? 96 cents, free shipping!

u/Lyndseyloulou · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I was the only female on my High School Wrestling Team. I wrestled varsity 103.

Please pop my cherry! : )


u/imustbbored · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

$4 for used

under $3

under $2

Thanks for the contest!

u/l337chica · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

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u/TrollznLolz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm Ron Burgundy?

$0.96 with shipping

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/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/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/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/saroka · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Teeny tiny Tina tickles toes.

These hairbands are tiny-ish. XD

u/moxiousmissy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I filled out the poll. :)

/u/Sp3cia1K thznk you all of your efforts on the Bomb! It was fun reading all of the posts. :)

Surprise me if that's okay.

For you

Go Mom Go!

u/JohnnyBsGirl · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I have suuuuper curly hair and was previously using a long sleeved t-shirt to plop my hair, but I have since moved on to a Turbie Twist. It's microfiber and is perfect for starting the drying process without crushing or snagging my curls, and it's great for keeping my hair out of my face when I do my routine/makeup!

u/TeaPartyInTheGarden · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I use one called a Turbie Twist. I'm in Australia and they're available in a Target-like shop called Big W here. I found them on Amazon (let's see how that linking goes!)
I like that there's no elastic around the head so I can wrap them as tightly or loosely as I want depending on what I'm going for, and I can plop into them and then wrap them up.

u/killer_cupcakes · 1 pointr/curlyhair

I use these. They stay in place and they are the perfect size.

u/somethingelse19 · 1 pointr/curlyhair

i used to get that a lot more (still kind of do) but what helped the most was using more conditioning conditioners and applying more gel near my roots to my hair. i have dry scalp so i don't apply it to my scalp. i more of smooth product on my nape of my neck, both sides of my head and then the top. then i squish it in.

i also use a microfiber turbie twist.

u/IcemanBlizz · 1 pointr/FierceFlow

The praying hands method can elongate curls slightly, heavier products can also do something similar. That said, more substantial elongation usually requires weighing down the curl clumps while they dry and the effect is only temporary. As your hair gets longer, it will be heavier and may also elongate your curls. Permanently elongating the hair requires chemically treating it which will damage the hair, but it won't be curly until new growth happens.

Frankly, I'd go for thicker curls in your hair rather than trying to elongate them. The thicker variety will be heavier. A curl cream can help your hair clump into thicker curls and may elongate them a bit. Layer a gel over it to hold the curl shape. What I do, is put product in and scrunch my hair a few times to make it coil up, then put it into a microfiber turban (I like Turbie Twist) for about 15 to 30 minutes before letting it out and finish air drying naturally for a few hours. I have a lot of hair so it takes a while to air dry. You can try the technique I mention in my post, it's a bit more involved but you can skip some of it.

As for creams, you can try Camille Rose Aloe Whipped Butter Gel, which is lighter, or Eden Bodyworks Natural Curl Defining Cream, which is heavier.

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/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/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.