Disclaimer: Products featured were gifted from Farleyco. Views expressed are honest and of my own.
I love invisibobble! They truly create the best hair accessories that not only look cute but also comfortably functional, resulting in happier, healthier hair. I have previously reviewed their ORIGINAL Traceless Hair Ring (view post here) and now I am ecstatic to try out some other hair rings innovations from invisibobble, including the SPRUNCHIE ORIGINAL and EXTRA CARE that are similar but different in their own ways.
invisibobble EXTRA CARE
Specifically designed for fine hair, the delicate size of the Extra Hold spiral gently but powerfully holds fine hair in place for an all day look without damaging the hair, or causing unnecessary tension.
The invisibobble EXTRA CARE is 15% smaller than the ORIGINAL but still provide superior comfort. Although I do like the original, I often find myself going through a third tie-around to fully secure the hair but it is hard to go through that third loop and leaves a super tight finish. The EXTRA CARE make it a lot easier to double-tie my hair without it feeling loose to too tight.
invisibobble SPRUNCHIE ORIGINAL
Hidden underneath luxurious fabric, the invisibobble SPRUNCHIE contains a classic ORIGINAL, therefore providing the benefits that come with all the classic hair ring. Holding all strands of hair together thanks to its spiral shape, the SPRUNCHIE is easy to remove without compromising on comfort. Featuring HAIRLOVETECH, it is scientifically proven to cause 31% less damage, leave 68% less marks and 100% less pain than an ordinary elastic hair tie. Bonus, it is the ultimate fashion accessory
I am a fan of scrunchies but these SPRUNCHIES are even better! They have a strong grip that is comfortable to wear and best of all, it stays in place and doesn’t leave any hair tie dents at the end of the day.
What are your thoughts on invisibobble Original Traceless Hair Rings, Sprunchie, and Extra Care? Have you tried invisibobble or any other brand of hair rings? Are you a fan of scrunchies?