Matte Aluminum Hair Tie Bracelet - Artisan Design

By bittersweet

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Lightweight anodized aluminum hair tie bracelet that cleverly holds—and disguises—hair elastics and keeps your wrist indent-free. The Artisan design features hammered edges made from weightless, matte-finished aluminum.

  • Materials: Anodized Aluminum
  • Lightweight aluminum with anodized finish of your choice
  • Discretely carry your hair tie as a fashion accessory
  • Bracelet comes with a hair tie elastic
  • Can accommodate both skinny and thick hair tie elastics
  • Nickel-free
  • Eliminates the pressure from the elastic around your wrist and makes the hair tie look like a stylish bracelet
  • Made in China
  • Fits wrists size 5.75" to 6.75" in circumference
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 2" x 0.38"
  • Weight: 0.055 lb.

163 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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My youngest daughter loves hers so much, that I bought one for my other daughter, who asked for one after seeing her sister's.

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Love It!

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I bought this for both of my girls, one is 16 and one is 6 and they both love it! I love this product because they are always wearing their elastics on their wrists, problem solved. I would definitely buy again.More > < Less

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Brilliant

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I feel a bit more grown up now that I own this bracelet.

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Loved this

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My mom loved this gift and it works perfectly and looks like a simple bracelet.

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Practical jewelry

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Adorable. As well as practical

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Your wrist can hold elastics. But this is better.

About bittersweet

Flexible Fashion

Want to put your hair in a ponytail on a moment’s notice? Then you probably wear a hair elastic on your wrist day after day (like about half the women at our office). It’s practical but not very sophisticated, and it leaves dents on your wrist.

bittersweet by Maria Shireen® makes sleek hair tie bracelets out of stainless steel. Slip the bracelet on, then the elastic over to rest in the groove. The metallic designs look at home from the office to running errands to a night out.

The story behind the bittersweet is super sweet. Shireen Maria Thor and her husband, Arni, are both engineers. One Christmas, Arni created a metal bracelet holder for Shireen’s elastics. He engraved her name in Persian (her mom’s native language). But because Persian reads left to right, it said Maria Shireen—which translates to bittersweet.

Shireen happily donned her bracelet out and about, and women kept asking where she got it. The couple knew they were on to something, and the two engineers became entrepreneurs.

Each bittersweet bracelet holds one thicker elastic or a few smaller ones. Now you can be prepared to pull your hair (or your kids’ hair) back while looking put together.