Cyndi Bands Halloween Giveaway!

Kuzak's Closet CyndiBands Giveaway

I’m kicking this week off with an awesome giveaway from CyndiBands.  A reader shared these cool hairties with us during our summer Hot or Not?! series.  Since I practically live in a ponytail I decided to order a bunch. When my order arrived Cyndi included 2 Halloween sets to be given away to lucky readers, how cool is that?

I have really fine hair and I love that these elastics help prevent breakage and they keep my hair in a firm pontytail all day long.  I’ve also used them when I style my hair in a sockbun and they really help to keep it in place.  In addition to the hairties I also order headbands that I love.  You have to check out the CyndiBands site for all of the colors and products!

If you want to win a set of 5 Halloween elastics all you have to do is comment on this post with an answer to this question…

Is your hair straight or curly?

I have 2 sets to giveaway and will be announcing the winners on this week’s edition of Fab Friday.  Good luck!

Cyndi Bands Halloween Giveaway on Kuzak's Closet

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547 Responses

  1. I’m a curly girl too. I have such thick hair it’s hard to find something that will hold my hair and not break.

  2. My hair is stick straight and I have always wanted to have curly hair (hence the perm in 2nd and 4th grade). But the grass is always greener because I often hear gals with curly hair say that they wish their hair was straight.

  3. My hair is curly. I like it sometimes, but frustrating the fly away hairs that curly hair seems to provide. I hope I win!

  4. The Cyndibands look like they’ll work great on my wavy/curly/frizzball. Thanks for the chance to get some!

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