ITEM OF THE DAYItem of the Day: TwistbandHeather Taylor

For going on 25 years now, I’ve always had a difficult time wearing headbands. “One size fits all” is hardly the case when it comes to my head – when they weren’t pinching me so tightly that I got a minor migraine from it, headbands also left little red indents on my head after little more than an hour of wear and made it next to impossible to wear glasses with.

Then I met the Twistband. Rejoice girls of all ages because these headbands are phenomenal. Stretchy, soft, colorful hair ties and headbands made out of elastic trim that I can wear for hours on end and not want to rip off midway through the day for a breather. Twistband makes it their mission to keep hair from being damaged and is secure on your locks while still providing a secure hold. Twistband’s headbands come in five different collections – solid, tie dye, metallic, printed, and skinny – with the ability to custom print available too.

Best of all, Twistbands are super affordable – headbands retail at $4 separately and a set of three headbands go for $10! Give your locks a little love by picking some up on the site today!

Image courtesy of


Please help us maintain positive conversations by refraining from posting spam, advertisements, and links to other websites or blogs. we reserve the right to remove your comment if it does not adhere to these guidelines. thanks! post a comment.

  1. Hooray for unique head shapes! I break headbands in half like it’s my job because my head is wider than the standard. Looking forward to trying these. :)

    Chrissa Hardy | 3/07/2013 01:03 pm
  2. It’s about 80 cents a piece. I’m a doofus. :)

  3. Better yet, make your own! I bought the fold-over elastic on and made the twist-tie ponytail holders myself! 2 yards of different colored elastic sells for $7 (with shipping). I used about 9 inches for the ponytail holders, which equals out to around 50 holders for $7!! I just couldn’t make myself spend $18 for a set of 6. Crazy, huh?!!

  4. they look great, but my problem with headbands is they slide back, almost to the point of falling off, and I have to take them off and redo them a million times a day . (odd-shaped head???). Do these stay put?

    • My daughter & I both have the same problem, maybe we just have weird shaped heads. I think my head flatter rather than round in the back. They always just slide back and pop right off my head.

    • Same here. They either slide back and hang on by a thread or pop right off. I need something with silicone grip on it or something or they don’t stay at all.