The company recently contacted me to see if I'd like to give them a try. I wrote them back, saying that I would be happy to try them, but I've never been able to keep a headband on my head; and since I'm always honest with my readers, I wasn't going to say I loved them if I didn't.
They wrote back and said that they looked forward to the challenge ;) That gave me hope that maybe these headbands were different, and they would stay on... the company was very confident that I would like them.
They have SO MANY styles and colors to choose from, but I didn't choose what they sent. The ones they chose for me, however, were really cute! There were two different widths.
|This is the "narrow" width|
|This is the "wide" width|
I cleaned all day long (this was just before Rik came to town) and I kept reaching up to feel it and see if it was slipping, but I was very impressed at how well it stayed in place. It eventually did slip back too far, and I had to readjust--but to be fair, I have a huge head and it stayed on much longer than any other headband I've tried.
|Here is the underside, so you can see the fabric|
|The part that goes behind your head is a thin elastic band|
Sweaty Bands generously sent me a third band to give away to a Runs for Cookies reader! Here is what it looks like:
I will draw a winner on Saturday, 10/27 at 8:00 a.m. EST. and announce the winner on Saturday's blog post. Winner will have 48 hours to e-mail me, or a new winner will be chosen. (This is open to anyone in the WORLD, because I'll be doing the shipping).
You can check out Sweaty Bands on their website, Facebook, or Twitter.
(In full disclosure, I was given two Sweaty Bands for free to review and one to give away, but all opinions are my own, as usual).