A Kiss for KITSCH: Hair Ties Review
Despite the fact that much of my life is devoted to fashion; I spend a large amount of time doing physical activities in the form of working out and ballet. Meaning? I need a strong hair tie or headband to hold my hair out of my face. Sadly, the ones I have come across in the past have made me feel less than glamorous; so when I received an e-mail from KITSCH inviting me to try out some of their hair accessories, I was beyond excited. And now, looking back, I am thrilled that I jumped at the opportunity, because they have become one of my absolute favorite accessories for working out, ballet, or simply hanging around – plus, they double as super adorable wrap bracelets!
I received a handful of headbands, and about 20 hair ties, all in varying colors, prints, and textures. My favorite would have to be the Metallic Mix pieces, which are made of a material that almost looks and feels like velvet (but isn’t), and are super sparkly, so they add a really pretty shimmer to your hair that makes you feel a bit glamorous and sophisticated even when you’re simply wearing denim; but the Swan Lake offerings have literally become my BFF’s for dance, as the muted, pastel tones match my leotards.
What I love about all of these pieces is that they don’t have that painful pull / rubberband factor that accompanies standard hair ties and headbands; yet they still stay in place, and keep your hair out of your face just as effectively.
KITSCH truly has a fan for life in me, and my friends (one of whom has already swiped a few of my hair ties; and three others who purchased sets from Anthropologie and Free People). And, thanks to the affordability of the sets, I plan on stocking up on these to use as holiday gifts because they are absolutely perfect for everyone – from the fashion-forward to the athletic.
The headbands are my absolute favorites. Which KITSCH products would you love to try?
FTC Disclosure: These items were sent to me for review; however, all opinions expressed therein are my own.
Thanks to KITSCH for the picture.
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