InvisibobbleDo you suffer from headaches when you have your hair in a ponytail for too long? Do you avoid putting your hair up because of the annoying crease that is created? Invisibobble hair ties and scrunchies are the solution! Designed with the help of British hairdressers and German engineers, founder Sophie Trelles-Tvede’s innovative idea for the Invisibobble came to life in 2011.
Engineered and manufactured to prevent headaches and bumps in your hair, Invisibobble has become a world-renowned brand. The use of iAR Material ensures that hair is 31% less damaged compared to using elastic hair ties – this is a direct result of the reduced friction the hair experiences with Invisibobble products. The inventive shape of the Invisibobble also produces 68% less visible marks on the hair after use as the coils reduce pressure on the hair. Any pain or headaches caused by elastic hair ties are eradicated, with 100% of women experiencing no pain or headaches at all.
The simplistic yet ground-breaking technology also guarantees the Invisibobble's durability and longevity. If the Invisibobble ever becomes stretched or loosened, it can be reverted back to its original coiled shape by simply pouring hot water over it! This way, there is no need to worry about it breaking like regular elastic hair ties. SkinStore is an official stockist of Invisibobble products, available for delivery across the US.
The Story Behind The Hair Ring
How on earth do you invest something like this you might be thinking? Well it all started with a fancy dress party.
Engineered in Germany, it was the brainchild of inventor Sophie, who suffered from frequent headaches from having her hair tied back. After stumbling across the idea of using an old phone cord to hold her hair in place (it is a long story but basically it was a crazy fancy dress party), she found that the coiled cord not only held her hair securely in place (even after sleeping with it after the night out) but also relieved her from her headaches and most importantly the recognizable kink was less pronounced than usual. Invisibobble was born!