Monday, 10 April 2017

Popbands London Hair Bands Review | Emma Jayne

Up until now I have always been a simple, standard black hair-tie on my wrist kind of girl, but that was until I got some of these Popband London hair ties, and here are my thoughts and a little review on them. I recently went to the Makeup Revolution 3rd birthday party (I wrote a blog post on the event) and in the goodie bag were these Popband London hair ties and I was instantly drawn to them. I had never tried anything other than the standard hair ties so I was pretty excited! 


The idea behind these is that the bands don’t dent or rip your hair, they look good on wrists and put a pop of colour into the hair. 


The ones I have are the 'Fruit Burst' and they are super fun with a range of neon colours – my favourite is the neon pink, and some even have glitter! I have loved using these and discarding my boring black ties as every time I use them I just feel so good about myself, the colour makes me confident and I have really noticed a reduction in the number of breakages and the amount of hair that comes out after having my hair up. I also feel less tatty having a hair tie on my wrist as they actually look great now! 


These are so great and I would really recommend! On the Popband London website there are so many different options So make sure you have a look and see which you like – they even have a unicorn option!!! They retail for £3.50 for 3 basic bands and then up to £8 for 5 premium bands. I would recommend them as a fun alternative and as replacements for your old bands! You can get them on the Popband London website or from Superdrug

Let me know in the comments if you have used any of these and which is your favourite style? 

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Emma Jayne
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19 comments

  1. I wondered how you wore these as my daughter got some for her birthday. They're so cute!

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    1. I just tie them round my pony tail as you would a regular hair tie. They just add a cute pop of colour!

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  2. The idea that they don't damage your hair or wrist sure is good but if I put something like this to my hair my fiancee and my colleagues would laugh very hard to me I bet.

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    1. They do have some other colours and more neutral pattens - these bright ones were just the pack that I received!

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  4. These look so cool! Although, I guess kids would enjoy these more haha!

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    1. I'm sure kids would love them too! But as a full up adult I sure think they are great - and why can't us grown-ups have fun with our hair too! :)

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  5. I didn't know these brand before and therefore have never used them. But they look quite nice. I love the bright colors. Thanks for sharing! xx Corinne

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  6. Love the colours!!!!...I usually tend to use black too but these are nice

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  7. Love the colours!!!!...I usually tend to use black too but these are nice

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  8. Looks cute & stylish..thanks for sharing

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  9. I use these hairbands and love them so much - theyre from a different brand tough, but I'll keep these in mind next time I need some!

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  10. I love colourful band for my hair. These are pretty!!
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  11. I love this style of hairband. They don't leave a weird dent in your hair AND I can use them whether my hair is curly or straight.
    xx A

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  12. Loveing the colors! Wish they would compliment my skintone!

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  13. Oh, so cute and lovely colors, really love them! would love to try them :)

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