I Tried It: HeadPeace Headbands
In full disclosure, I was an immediate skeptic when I received my HeadPeace Headband in the mail. It was a silky material and that almost always means it’s going to slip right off my head.
But I’ve always been a girl that likes to be proved wrong, and in this instance, I WAS WRONG.
My Personal Review
I got the spirograph colored headband and loved the variety of colors in the headband. There are plenty of colors to choose from (including the Colorado flag!) so get shopping and pick your favorite design.
My favorite thing about the headband is the different ways you can style it. You can make it thick, fold it in half and make it thinner, or my personal favorite with headbands, make it criss-cross .
I wore the headband to school, around the house, and to my job in a PT clinic (which is pretty active), and working out. I even slept in the head band. It did not move once in any of these cases. It didn’t budge. It passes the ‘squat test’, the ‘running around like a chicken with its head cut off’ test, and the ‘Kendell rolls a lot in her sleep’ test.
TL;DR Review: I like these headbands better than my Lululemon one and I love my lulu headband. Here are a few of my favorite ways to wear this headband. The versatility is great!
About HeadPeace Headbands
If you visit the HeadPeace website, you’ll immediately see that these headbands are “Quality headbands for athletes, yogis, hippies and busy people!” This passed our seal of approval. But what’s most impressive is that HeadPeace partners with a manufacturer in Nepal, Purnaa, which helps women coming out of slavery and trafficking get back on their feet.
You can find the headbands and try them out for yourself HERE.