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How to fix stretched out spiral hair ties

2018-06-22 05:32 #0 by: Evelina

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2018-06-22 09:00 #1 by: Niklas

Not that I use many of those but that was a smart trick. I like that the manufacturer made it such that you can recondition them like that.

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2018-06-22 11:34 #2 by: Leia

I know so many people who use these and would find this helpful! I however can’t use spirally hair ties and they just get caught and knotted in my hair!

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2018-06-22 15:08 #3 by: jadekintz

#2 I was always curious how they worked, do you have fine or thick hair? I think my hair would also get knotted up because it is so long and easily tangled. But I love the idea of them

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2018-06-23 11:15 #4 by: Leia

I’m unsure, I have long and thick hair and find they don’t work well for me.

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2018-06-23 19:39 #5 by: Evelina

I have medium length fine hair but a lot of it! And they work perfect for me. My hair doesn’t get tangled in them, I don’t end up with knots like I do with regular hair ties and I don’t get the annoying sort of pain that sometimes get from normal hair ties. They also don’t leave creases in my hair, even when I put my hair up in a messy bun. Maybe it is because I have medium hair length? I also just got my hair cut so no more dead ends which can make hair harder to deal with. My only complaint is that they get scratched out but if I leave them sitting on the counter overnight they go back to their usual size. I am sure over time I will do what is suggested in the video to fix the stretching.

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