- Nov 18, 2017
I have something similar, but clear. Sometimes I use them twice, but they stretch out too much. I think that's why they give you so many. They're good for when I want to do fancier things with my hair that require more elastics.My usual 1 hour indoor power walk around 2:30pm. The ponytail seems to be the only thing that works to keep my hair back. I ordered some ponytail holders that look like rubberbands from Target. I didn't read the reviews until after I ordered. It says they break after one use! What is the point then? I wish I had just ordered regular scrunchies, but I wanted something washable in the sink, since she won't let me use the washing machine and I like a fresh hair tie each morning. Pic/link of the ones I bought:
Scunci Assorted Size And Color Polybands - 300ct : Target
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For just everyday ponytails/messy buns, I usually use something like these for myself.
I should buy some of those colored ones you got for J's hair when it gets a bit longer. They'd be perfect for toddler hair, especially if I could just break them off at the end of the day and not have her sit still to unwrap it.
Lol, I have a 12 month old, I shower about 3 times a week when my husband is having lunch and I can leave the baby in the high chair with him. I usually work out in the mornings, so the shower is after my workout, but rarely right after.Just my usual 1 hour indoor power walk. I'm not seeing much results yet after about 2 weeks, so might switch back to squats. Though I really hate doing them. I hate sweating! Do you guys always shower after your workout? It's hard cause I take my shower at 7am, but exercise at 2:30pm. I can't take a 2nd shower here...
I did my weightlifting yesterday.