Night Time Tangles Solved : Spirabobble

[unpaid/sample] I don’t know about you, but if I don’t tie my hair up at night I wake up with – well, spaghetti-head. I’ve kept my hair longer since lock-down – in fact, I think it’s about back to when I was desperate to get it cut and there is a certain point, or length, beyond which I don’t want to go. Anyway, tie-up is essential and I usually use a snag-free spiral or a silkie (from Millesaisons HERE) with spirals on first wash days and silkies thereafter (they slip out if my hair is too clean or I haven’t tied them enough).

Spirabobble

I like this new brand, Spirabobble, founded during lock-down (and extremely generous in sending out over 4000 to key workers during that time) to have at my bedside and for yoga.

Spirabobble

Actually, the colour selection is immense and who doesn’t need colour in their lives? Mr BBB wonders in same way he wonders about cushions, why I have these everywhere and why every random little bowl we have in the house is full of either lipglosses or bobbles. He doesn’t see the need for more than one.

He also doesn’t see any need to start Christmas shopping early either but at the same time that I’m suggesting Spirabobbles as stocking fillers, I’m also pre-warning you that I have advent calendars coming up in the next week or so. I think our shopping habits will be very different this year – it’s making sense to me to start early and gradually. They’re £4.99 for a pack of 3 HERE (sending you straight to the Rainbow bands because they’re lovely).

 

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