If you have a household like mine you will forever be buying hair bands as they are always going missing, I never seem to be able to buy them in time though so we’ve been left so many times in desperate need of some and an emergency hair band run has been possible. I swear we have little gremlins that come in from month to month to just do a clean sweep of the place, taking every last one they can find.
In February I discovered Bandzee after they followed me on twitter, I took a look at their site and saw that they offer a monthly subscription service where they send you out a random pack of bands which is absolutely perfect for us as 1, it gives us something to look forward to and 2, it means that we have an endless supply of hair bands coming to the house and no emergency runs should be needed.
The best thing about the bands from Bandzee are the fact they aren’t like your normal hair bands that end up kinking your hair when you pop it in a pony and they don’t have any metal joining them together which ends up snagging your hair, something I absolutely love as there is nothing worse than getting your hair caught in the metal and ripping it out. They are made from super soft elastic trim, a bit like the fabric that is made to make clothes or underwear, they are super soft and strong which means they wont damage your hair at all.
This month we got the Nautical themed bands which came in the cutest packaging which I just think adds to how great they are, the pot is a great size for storing your bands in or anything else for that matter.
On a side note I did have a little issue with Bandzee and my subscription as on my account it wasn’t showing up but they had taken my money, I contacted them once I realised my order was late and I have to say their customer service was great! They rectified everything within a day even though the Easter Bank Holiday was looming where some companies would have used that as an excuse and got them shipped out to me straight away, they arrived on the Tuesday straight after Easter.
The subscription costs £4.95 a month but if you are to buy the bands as a one off its £5.95 both options come with free delivery, if you’re interested you can check out the Bandzee website.