This $12 Pack of Scrunchies on Amazon Can Hide Cash, Lip Balm and More
Want to know what Amazon shoppers think? See the following reviews.
“I’m so excited to try these! They’re stretchy, soft and durable. Being on the thick side, they fit my chubby wrist, so definitely approved for plus size. I’m so excited to have them at EDC for put my keys or lip balm in. I can easily get to my wrist instead of rummaging through my whole bag. So worth it.
“Love my new scrunchies! They fit really well in my hair! Love being able to throw my extra key in there without worrying about losing it. And it’s comfy and soft! Love it! Will continue to buy ONLY these!”
“I’m really thrilled with this product! I love scrunchies and I hate it when I don’t have room to carry something. It’s a really smart and creative invention!”
“Great for training. My daughter loves running and hiking and luckily usually takes her dog along. But he’s not even close to an attack dog, and we want her to be safe. I I bought these for her. They are great for holding keys, lip balm and money. She also has a little pepper spray thing in one. Also perfect for when she goes out. No one wants to hold a bag handbags all night when they dance, and women’s clothes were never meant to be practical with their pockets.”
I bought these a little over a year ago for myself and love them. I’ve used them for gigs and even to keep things simple like my debit/license card or just lip balm. I even bought some for my friend for Christmas because she is always doing things, loves scrunchies and hates bringing a bag everywhere. She’s obsessed!”
“Perfect for travelling! We didn’t use them to hold our long hair in place; more like a tool to have cash on hand. These hair ties stretch and wrap nicely enough to be cute around a ponytail with a few bucks in the zipper pouch. Also, comfy on my wrist/kids wrists!”
“Super comfy and has more room than you think. Love how the zippers blend in with the scrunchie!”
“Everyone loved it! My family loves to travel, so it’s the perfect solution for hiding small necessities.”