Every ponytail's dream — strong gripped, damage and crease reducing, no-fuss hair ties.
Kiss your traditional hair tie (and all the ripped out hair and headaches that come with it) goodbye — and say hello to TELETIES a modern hair accessory that doesn’t hurt your hair and doubles as a stylish bracelet.
Why We Love Them
- A new hair tie that is designed to be better for your hair and scalp health
- Doubles as a fashionable bracelet
- Woman-founded and run brand
- A portion of the sales are donated to FORCE to help families with inherited
The Science & The Soul
TELETIES’ no-rip, fashionable hair ties put traditional hair elastics to shame. TELETIES firmly holds hair in place but does not pull on hair follicles like an elastic hair tie does, which reduces headaches and scalp tension while wearing a bun or ponytail. The spiral shape of TELETIES makes it easy to remove from your hair without breakage or pulling. TELETIES are also water and sweat resistant, so you can wear them anywhere, and the band’s grip and strength keeps your hair up, comfortably, across a range of activity levels.
Plus, TELETIES are more durable than your average hair elastic, so you never have to deal with a hair tie snapping and leaving you tie-less, ever again. Once removed, TELETIES do not leave bevels or impressions in your hair like elastic hair ties do, and they doubles as fashionable bracelets to wear on your wrist when not holding up your hair.
Basically, TELETIES has revolutionized the hair tie for good — and we’re not looking back.
TELETIES Founder Lindsay discovered that her father carries the BRCA1 mutation, a hereditary genetic mutation that increases a person’s risk of cancer. A child of a parent with a BRCA mutation has a 50% chance of inheriting the mutation, making it extremely important to get tested when the option is available, and, if necessary, take precautionary measures to fight cancer in the future.
While Lindsay tested negative for the BRCA mutation herself, she was no stranger to the devastating impact of BRCA on carriers and their families; having lost her grandmother to breast cancer.
When Lindsay created TELETIES, she made sure the brand included an educational element in an effort to give back and advocate for awareness of the BRCA1 mutation. In support of this mission, TELETIES donates to FORCE to help families of patients affected by hereditary cancers.