The World’s Best Ponytail Holder For Thin Hair

by Y on December 28, 2007

The World's Best Ponytail Holder For Thin HairHi everyone, holidays are so busy… So many people to see so much stuff to do. I hope everyone has been enjoying themselves.

I have to tell you, I found the world’s best ponytail holder. I was having so many problems with all my current hair ties because nothing would hold my thin hair in a ponytail, all the hair ties would slip off and be a constant reminder of my hair loss. Every time I go to the grocery store I’m always looking in the ponytail hair tie section to see if I find anything, and I did!! It is made by “Goody” and called “Stay Put Hold” There is also one called “Slip Proof Hold” which is very similar. That hair tie gives a super tight grip to the hair and I can finally wear a ponytail comfortably without the band constantly falling out. It’s got a rubber feel with treads on it which keep it in place. This is a definite must have for anyone with thin hair, I bought 15 packs, and I’m certainly going to buy a bunch more. I found it about a week ago and kept meaning to write about it, but the holidays had me running around.

Looking forward to the new New Year, one thats filled with less depression, more happiness, more self acceptance and of course more hair πŸ™‚ I have lots to write about and have received many emails from from so many women with personal hair loss stories which I will be putting up. I apologize for not writing as frequently as I usually do, I’ve been so busy with work and the holiday season.

Cheers to the New Year.

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jeni December 29, 2007 at 4:43 am

Ooh I should look for those. I use these teeny tiny colorful rubberbands (I think they are made by Goodie). They don’t pull at my hair at all, and since they are so small, my hair stays secure. The rubberband fits on my finger. I miss the old days when I wore a rubberband on my wrist:(


S January 7, 2008 at 12:29 pm

I used these a bit but I just have one warning/complaint about them – be careful when you’re taking them out! I’ve always been used to just pulling the hair tie along my ponytail to pull it off. The rubber backing on these ties makes the tie stick to your hair more like a rubberband does – and we all know that has a tendency to pull a lot of hair out along with it. Removing these should be done in the same way you put them on – unwrapping it from the ponytail, not just sliding it off.


angela taylor July 29, 2009 at 8:16 am

these are agod send .ty goody……. got one on a vacation to panama city beach florida in a gift bag… stayed in all day even with the water and wind and i have thin hair..just gotta find a store that carries them cant find them in my local walmart


Linda Jones January 18, 2010 at 12:18 pm

how do i order these pony tail holders? I don’t see the price.


AJP August 22, 2011 at 7:02 am

Look at Target or on line


AJP August 22, 2011 at 7:15 am

Look on They are there.


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