You might remember a while back when I reviewed popbands for the first time in this post. Since then some new summer colours have been launched and I got to play with two brightly coloured multi-packs.
Popbands are dubbed the 'no rip, no slip hair band' because they're so much kinder to your hair than your normal skinny elastic hair bands which can often tangle and pull out bits of hair as well as feeling either too tight or too loose in you hair and leaving a dent to show where they've been. Popbands solve all of these issues and they do it with style.
This is the *peace multipack from the new Summer range. You get 5 popbands in the pack in bright summer colours and the design is almost a subtle tie-dye effect as the colours fade in a random pattern.
The other popbands I tried out are from the *glo multipack which contains 5 hot neon popbands. I love the bright pink and yellow.
Because I didn't explain what popbands are quite clearly enough last time I blogged about them I thought I'd try to demo a little better! Although there's a knotted end on each band you don't need to do any tying or untying - it's a really stretchy band of fabric which you can use to tie your hair up in a pony tail or in a big messy bun on the top of your head - which is what I do every evening.
They're also the perfect size for keeping on your wrist when you're not wearing your hair up but might feel the need later on if your hair is making you hot or getting in the way.