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Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
67%
(26)
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(6)
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3%
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5%
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Desiree Monserratt (Gastonia, NC, US)
Perfect for the beach ⛱

Perfect for when hair goes wild after a swim.

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Ben C. (Houston, TX, US)
Great!

Both the Whale Shark and Parrotfish patterns are clear and bright. The fabric is smooth and feels durable.

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Cara Monaco (Las Vegas, NV, US)
Love!!

Love these! I want every color. They’re lightweight but stay in place and so cute.

M
Marian W. (Penn Yan, NY, US)
Fits well but almost lost it!

The band fits well and did keep the hair away from my dive mask and out of my face. Luckily when I came up, I saw that it almost slipped back off my head as I was taking my mask off. I know now to be careful. Love the design. Thanks!

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fidelma carroll (Dublin, L, IE)
Headband

I bought two headbands and love them.

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emma (Denver, CO, US)
Very cute, too slippery

Love the idea of using fabric scraps for cute headbands, but this kind of fabric just doesn't work for holding hair in place. Maybe if they added a little non-slip silicone strip or something it would work. Now I'm looking for ideas for repurposing it.

Recycled Headband Made From Pre-Consumer Waste

Environmental Impact

Every time we make clothing from a roll of fabric, there are some “scraps” that get left behind. This lonely material, known as “pre-consumer” waste, contributes significantly to the environmental footprint of clothing. Enter headbands! Made from the leftover recycled material used for our leggings, our headbands are quick drying, moisture wicking and breathable while also enabling us to reduce our pre-consumer waste.

Updated design for less slip and added versatility. Wide width (3”) to protect your hair from your mask while diving, or to soak up that extra sweat from your most killer workouts.

Materials: 88% Repreve® RPET (recycled polyester made from post-consumer plastic bottles), 12% spandex

Made from fabric remnants

Industry-wide it’s estimated that 15-20% of fabric used to make clothing is discarded as pre-consumer waste, and although we use some nifty approaches to maximize the efficiency of our garment’s patterns, we still have some leftover. These headbands are our way of reducing the amount of pre-consumer waste we create when we cut our garments out of our recycled fabric. The process goes like this:

SEE THEM IN ACTION ON OUR INSTAGRAM - USE @WATERLUST TO BE FEATURED


Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
67%
(26)
15%
(6)
10%
(4)
3%
(1)
5%
(2)
D
Desiree Monserratt (Gastonia, NC, US)
Perfect for the beach ⛱

Perfect for when hair goes wild after a swim.

B
Ben C. (Houston, TX, US)
Great!

Both the Whale Shark and Parrotfish patterns are clear and bright. The fabric is smooth and feels durable.

C
Cara Monaco (Las Vegas, NV, US)
Love!!

Love these! I want every color. They’re lightweight but stay in place and so cute.

M
Marian W. (Penn Yan, NY, US)
Fits well but almost lost it!

The band fits well and did keep the hair away from my dive mask and out of my face. Luckily when I came up, I saw that it almost slipped back off my head as I was taking my mask off. I know now to be careful. Love the design. Thanks!

f
fidelma carroll (Dublin, L, IE)
Headband

I bought two headbands and love them.

e
emma (Denver, CO, US)
Very cute, too slippery

Love the idea of using fabric scraps for cute headbands, but this kind of fabric just doesn't work for holding hair in place. Maybe if they added a little non-slip silicone strip or something it would work. Now I'm looking for ideas for repurposing it.