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    Handmade Cotton Elastic Hair Bands/Scarf Ponytail Holder/Scrunchie Ties

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    FAQ

    Over time, rubber bands lose their elasticity. The rubber bands must be changed, as often as several times a day.

    You should change your elastics 3-4 times a day, at the very least every 12 hours, even if they are not broken, because after a while they lose their strength and elasticity.

    Always carry a spare set in case of breakage or loss of elasticity. Change your bands four times a day. Elasticity and effectiveness disappear after wearing the rubber band for about 6 hours.

    Elastic bands can cause physical damage to your hair, especially when you pull those little elastics out of your delicate strands. We recommend skipping them if you can, but we've found them to be very helpful for keeping the style fit. If you use them, maybe this hack can mitigate the damage.

    Traditional stretchy materials are best if you want a good hold, but soft materials such as polyester, microfiber, and stretch are best if you're trying to reduce wrinkles and tension.

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