Stainless Steel Hair Tie Bracelet - Flower Design

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Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Larger size

11/13/2016 by Vicky

I was going to purchase this item as a stocking stuffer for my daughter. Glad I measured her wrist before I ordered it, It's not large enough. I guess I'll wait and see if the eventually make a larger size.


Don't wear it every day

10/10/2016 by Lynne

Bought one for my daughter. She loved it and wore it every day. The finish came off the bracelet and made her arm green. Not worth the money. Great idea, bad execution.


Pretty small

7/27/2016 by Sandra

It's a great idea. If your wrist is seven inches or more, save your money.


Need larger sizes

6/9/2016 by Genna

Came on here to buy but saw under the details tab that they only fit tiny wrists. Need to make a size for 8" wrists.



5/2/2016 by Anne Marie

And doesn't bend/give or open. Very disappointed as this was to be a gift but it won't fit over an adult's hand.



5/1/2016 by Amy

I was very disappointed when I got this in the mail. It was too small for my wrist and I don't think I have super big wrists.


Not good

12/21/2015 by Elizabeth

Bracelet was too heavy and thick. It was very uncomfortable to wear. I returned it immediately.

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The bittersweet Story

Your wrist can hold elastics. But this is better.

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 right to left, 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.
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