Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Positive Review Most Helpful Critical Review Reviewed by 5 customers These are great!
Dannie528 from Connecticut
I got these for my 4 year old daughter who has thinish silky hair. I wrap this 4 times around her ponytail for reference. My daughter is an energetic little kid, so although these stay in her hair better than traditional elastics, they still start to slip a bit if she's been running around a lot. The huge bonus for me is how easy they are to remove at the end of the day. Other elastics would always get tangled and rip out her hair upon removal but the invisibobbi comes out easily and pain free. I'm not sure how it stays so secure AND removes easily, but it does!
Would totally buy again
Mistical from South Carolina
I was looking for a pony tail holder that wouldn't pull my hair. I have super fine and soft naturally curly hair that I have a hard time getting bands that will hold it without leaving dents in the hair. I love that these will hold my hair without being tight and pulling my hair.
Daughter's love them
emchickey from Buffalo Grove, IL
We use these in my daughter's hair for overnight. She likes to wear her hair down usually but kept getting kinked hair each morning with regular hair ties. These have helped eliminate that. However, when she wears them as a daily hair tie, they do the trick but the hair isn't super tight and falls out slowly. It does stay in all day overall, but some slides its way out. Overall, we're happy!
Doesn't pull hair
MMV12 from CA
Cute hair bands that don't pull on hair. Reminds me of bracelets I wore growing up! Multi-colored and cute. Good size for my
7 1/2 year old daughter's chin length hair. Pricey for 3, but I had 20% off, thus why I purchased them.
TJ from Seattle
Love the rainbow-ness. Thought I'd give the smaller sized coils a try since I have fine hair. I do like the smaller size. But I left off a star because these are a little stiffer and more grabby compared to my other invisibobbles (likely due to the wire inside). I will gladly 'suffer' to express myself though.