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Never Lose an Elastic Hairband Again

Forever 21's claim to fame is its astonishingly low-cost trendy fashions. Since I can't handle shopping at the store (it's too overwhelming), I get my affordable trend fix online, where I came across this Fab Hairband Elastic Ball ($3.50), available in three color schemes.

Perhaps you've kept your rubber bands and/or elastic bands stored in a similar ball-like fashion before, and these these cleverly collected elastic bands ensure that you'll never be digging in your bag again. It's refreshing to see a company screw the excessive packaging, offering up a more eco-friendly, and admittedly cute, alternative.

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SakuraPurinsesu SakuraPurinsesu 7 years
I guess I'm the only one who puts hairbands on the bathroom door handle/knob. I never lose them.
animus animus 7 years
Good idea! At times I spend SO long searching for mine it drives me mental lol
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
OR lose them all at once!
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
OR lose them all at once!
emalove emalove 7 years
Oh neat, thanks, Jessiebanana!
ckeller825 ckeller825 7 years
this looks like something kids could easily steal by taking a couple off the ball. debbie downer here! lol
Merlin713 Merlin713 7 years
I'd never use the ones on the outside because they'd be too stretched out for my hair...
heatherhas heatherhas 7 years
I use a little metal key fob, not unlike the plastic ring that scrunci uses. Got that idea from the dollar store elastics.
Giorgioiscute Giorgioiscute 7 years
I am just wondering if they pay someone to put them together like that or if they invested in a machine to do that for them. Thinking there is some poor person that has a job doing this ;)
laurelm laurelm 7 years
love this!
laurelm laurelm 7 years
love this!
juliarose23 juliarose23 7 years
that is so awesome! but yeah i think there is a probably a way you could so that on your own...
Swangeese Swangeese 7 years
I just save and use the cardboard the elastics were originally on. If that tears or gets too worn to use, it's not difficult to find a scrap piece of cardboard or plastic to use in its place.
Swangeese Swangeese 7 years
I just save and use the cardboard the elastics were originally on. If that tears or gets too worn to use, it's not difficult to find a scrap piece of cardboard or plastic to use in its place.
soapbox soapbox 7 years
Scrunci brand has a elastic ring which I taped to my bedroom mirror. Never looked around for an elastic since!
Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 7 years
I clicked on the link ema and they have a black one and a multi brown one.
emalove emalove 7 years
Cute...although I don't usually use colored elastics.
juliefischer juliefischer 7 years
I love this! My elastics are ALL OVER the house! I guess my cats contribute to that since they like to play with them.
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