Review of Goody Hair Products

I received the following product in exchange for writing a review. While I consider it a privilege to receive free products to review, my review is my honest opinion and thoughts of the product.

What girl doesn’t enjoy getting new hair things? New anything for that matter, right? It was fun to receive Goody’s new ColourCollection for Girls. New hair products always seem to be a much needed/desired item in our home, especially with five females! Goody’s new girl’s line included 6 barrettes for light hair so they were neutral in color, in blonde and pinks, 10 non metal covered pony tail holders in browns and pink for darker hair and finally, three neutral colored little girl hair bands for light colored hair.

I have thick hair and the pony tail holders are large enough to wind around my hair 2 times comfortably, 3 times would be stretching it too far, I think. I have been using the same pony tail holder, almost every day, for nearly two months and it is finally getting thin where the two ends meet. It has held up very nicely, but they do get stretched out with every day use, which is quite normal for pony tail holders. They do not have any metal in them to attach the ends, which I like.

Our two our younger girls do not have as thick of hair as the rest of us so they have enjoyed using the barrettes and hairbands. The barrettes are a little over two inches long and are metal with plastic over the top. My 10-year-old thought that they were comfortable and likes to wear them. The hairbands are plastic but have little comb points to help keep it in place. My 10-year-old thought these were a bit uncomfortable and hurt, but she does have a more sensitive head than most. Our four-year-old didn’t have too much to say, but she wore them with pleasure so that says it all, right?! It’s hard for her not to play with the hair things in her hair though!

For more information on Goody’s new ColourCollection for Girls, visit

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