Invisibobble: The Traceless Hair Ring | Review

Invisibobble Traceless Hair Ring
Invisibobble Traceless Hair Ring

Hello lovelies! Worried about those nasty kinks in your hair? Well fear no more, I have found the answer to kink free hair. It comes in the form of the Invisibobble. Long gone are the hair ties and kinks in my hair. Say hello to beautiful, soft, straight, kink-free locks.

 The Invisibobble is described as a 'traceless hair ring' which means that it will not leave a imprint or kink in your hair at all and boy does it work wonders. Funnily enough they remind me a little of old telephone cords.

 I have quite thin, short hair and I am always throwing my hair up in a ponytail or topknot to keep the hair out of the way and hair ties always seem to leave a dreadful kink in my hair every single time I remove them which I just loathe. They also pull on my hair and leave me with dreadful split ends. As you can imagine, it's not the best look.

Invisibobble Traceless Hair Ring

The Invisibobble come packaged in a set of 3 in a variety of colours. I have been using them non stop since I purchased them from Boots(see my Boots haul here) and I am in love. I know it's not the most attractive looking hair accessory but I can see past that as it works brilliantly. I wrap the Invisibobble around my hair at least 3 times and it doesn't pull or tug on my hair and it slides out with ease without pulling any hair out or causing me pain. It also stays put in the hair, no more of that loose hair business so you don't have to keep putting your hair back.

When I remove the Invisibobble after a long day I put it away and it pings back to it's original shape and size as it's quite stretchy and flexible, it's pretty much like a spring. I don't see myself using another hair tie anytime soon, they're amazing.

You can purchase the Invisibobbles online here from Feel Unique for £4.95, not bad eh?


Have you tried the Invisibobble before? If so, what are your thoughts?

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