How to Wear Your New Ponya Bands

 

Have you been gifted a new Ponya Band? Or are you wondering if you’ve been wearing them for maximum effectiveness? Either way, we have you covered! We want to make sure you get the most out of your bands.

Whether you are new to wearing Ponya Bands or an old pro, you can always pick up some new tips. This post will cover three tips for wearing your Ponya Bands.

  1. Logo on the left—For our Non-Slip Headbands to not slip, the logo needs to be on the left and facing up. This orientation ensures the velvet nap gently grabs on to your hair. With the logo on the right, the smooth side of the nap slides off the hair. Don't forget, the magic is in the nap! Wearing your band in the way intended is key to its function.

    Ponya Tip: While our Bamboo Terry Lined Sweatbands and Bamboo Jersey Lined Sweatbands don’t have any nap to consider, it’s best to get in the “logo on the left” habit.

  2. Above or below hairline—To maximize the moisture wicking capacity of our sweatbands, wear them below your hairline. Wearing them below the hairline also eliminates any potential slippage. This same concept applies to our Twist Bands and BAMs.  Wear above the hairline for more of a fashion look.

    Ponya Tip: Non-Slip Headbands can also be worn below the hairline to maximize their stay put power. 

  3. Over or behind ears—Our wider bands and BAMs can be worn over or behind ears depending on weather. It works great for rainy or cold days to keep ears warm and dry as well as sunny days to give your ears a little extra sun protection. You can also wear a wider band over a brimmed hat and your ears on those extra rainy days or under a knit hat and your ears on those coldest days.


    Ponya Tip: If you have problems with ear buds staying in, try wearing your band slightly over your ears to help.

We want you to get the most out of your Ponya Bands, from wearing them to washing and caring for them. Just remember to keep that logo on the left, and the rest is up to you!

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