Boots Snag Free Black Ponybands Reviews
Product Type: Boots hair care products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Pony tail bands
Newest Review: ... dark brown hair they can barely be seen. I do think it's a shame that, unlike Boots kirby grips, I have only seen these in ... more
Customer Boots Snag Free Black Ponybands Reviews (10)
by - written on 22/01/11, updated on 26/08/12 (Very useful, 111 readings)
As I have very long and thick hair I find it quickly becomes untidy, particularly during the working day, so I tend to tie it into a ponytail that is positioned half way up my head. However, this had become somewhat of a problem for me, as I could not find anything that would properly secure it, as my material scrunchies were becoming loose after a good few uses. Another problem I would find is that the elastic was becoming loose or whilst I was attempting to fasten the scrunchie tightly in my hair, lengths of hair were falling out of the ponytail and I would have to start again. I would also find that those bands that contain a small piece of metal were catching in .. Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I always like to send my daughter to school looking smart, and tend to use black bobbles as they match her school uniform. However, we have noticed that the black bobbles with the metal parts to tend to snag in her thick hair, which is a little irritating, so upon the recommendation of another parent we switched to this snag free plastic ponybands, which cost £1.65 for a 50 pack. Essentially, these are bobbles made of a shiny black plastic, with no join - they are all one piece, so there are no edges or snaggy bits to tangle in my daughters hair and yank it out. These actually stretch out uite far, and despite looking fairly fragile, I have actually found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I paid £1.69 for a pack of 50 of these simple black hair bands from Boots. I was never much of one for tying my hair back however that has changed a bit since being a mother. My hair is reasonably long and since having my daughter the practicalities of tying my hair back soon became obvious. Bath time, feeding and nappy changing were obvious occasions when hair in the way is not good however once my little madam developed a vice like grip the novelty of her grabbing my hair soon transformed into a painful experience. These are not very thick, they are just about good enough for my hair however if it was longer and heavier I'm not so sure they would be up to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/12 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I have had short hair for some time now but with the lack of money in our house recently I have ended up growing it again as I just haven't been able to afford a decent haircut - it's a simple as that! As it got to the annoying stage where it was dropping onto my face I realised that I needed something to tie it back out of the way when I was at home and it didn't really matter what I looked like! You see - my hair needed scraping off my face but there just wasn't enough at the time to make a decent pony tail! I initially got a pack of the thicker bands of various colours but found that these were a bit too thick for the amount of hair that I had at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I like to keep a good range of pony bands in my house as I am always losing them and also when I am looking for one, there never seems to be any to be found in my house. I picked up these pony bands in Boots when I was in doing a bit of browsing. The thing that attracted me to these bands is that there is 50 in a packet, I figured that they were cheap and it would take me a long time to go through 50 bands. I have owned them for around 6 months and a few have snapped, a few have been lost, but I still have over half a packet left so far, so I do feel that I have got my monies worth out of them. I found that these bands are quite durable, they are ... Read the complete review
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