Hair ties are one of the most useful tools to have on hand. They are a quick and simple transform your style without much effort at all. Go from a downstyle to a ponytail, buns or a braid, all while using such a simple yet magical little band. So with so many types on the market, how do you know which style to purchase and which is the best for creating unique hairstyles? Each has its pros and cons!
Pros & Cons of Different Hair Ties
Many people today are moving away from the traditional types of hair ties and looking at 'tangle ties instead. They are more popular because the wavy pattern on them helps to disburse the pressure on the hair, so you aren't left with kinks when you take it out. It's also less likely to become tangled and comes in many funky colours too! While it's great, some people don't like them because they can be a little bulky in comparison to other hair bands out there.
Traditional hair ties have and always will be created. Since they are a smaller profile, they are easy to upstyle with, without being noticed. They tend to blend more seamlessly with people hair, making for an overall nicer finish. Additionally, they come in bigger packs so are more cost-effective. The downside, they will leave your hair with kinks once removed.
Hair Buns: Creating the Perfect Up-Style
Furthermore, you need to have at least one hair bun on hand if you're stocking your hair kit. It makes creating a bun easier and more perfect, as the doughnut helps to style the hair. You can section the hair into parts or just a single pony to create a variety of looks. They are cheap enough that you can purchase multiple and your clients keep them once they're done!