June 22nd, 2009
The IE Mommy gave Tassi the following great review:
Before I received the TASSI I would use either a scrunchie or two to three mini clips to keep my hair up and away from my face. What was I thinking? What a pain!What a terrible effect it had on my hair! I knew there had to be a better way to keep my hair out of my face when I was cleansing, moisturizing or applying makeup. I was right! There is a better way and it is the TASSI!
The TASSI has been a wonderful compliment to my daily routine. So simple to use and yet so extremely effective. With a wide band that tapers from bottom to top it carefully holds all your hair in place and away from your skin. No more hair falling out of the clip or scrunchie. Plus because of the Terry Cloth material it is gentle to your hair and doesnâ€™t mess up your hairstyle. Yes, I can fix my hair first, then apply my makeup and NOT have to worry about fixing my hairstyle all over! I also discovered it is a wonderful way to keep damp hair away from your clothes. It is not heavy like a towel and it doesnâ€™t budge or bind around your head. Simple, comfortable and effective…the TASSI should be in every womenâ€™s makeup case!
TASSI would make a wonderful gift for graduate, new mom, wife, sister and even a tween. What better time to teach a young girl how to care for her face then when she is a tween. With amazing limited time colors, free shipping and buy 2 get one free…itâ€™s a perfect time for this perfect gift!
June 22nd, 2009
We love all the blogs by Moms out there. Kelli from “3 boys & a dog” has good things to say about Tassi and is giving away two Tassies. Just click here to go to learn more about the giveaway. Here is Kelli’s review:
This is such a neat concept! It is like a headband, but the bottom part is almost built like a hairnet. So, it keeps your hair out of your face and keeps it corralled so it doesnâ€™t fall over your shoulder when you bend.
I LOVE IT!! I donâ€™t use it as intended everyday, but I do use for those times when I have fixed my hair before fixing my face. I have not yet had to re-fix my hair! It doesnâ€™t leave dents that ponytail holders and headbands leave!
I also stick it on my head after getting out of the pool. The soft terry-cloth material soaks up the moisture so it doesnâ€™t drip everywhere!
Christmas is getting closer and closer. As a busy mom, I spend all year looking for neat gifts for people that arenâ€™t super expensive. I am buying several of these for my older nieces and our exchange studentsâ€¦ at $14.95, it is a great deal. Plus, buy 2 or more and get free shipping. Donâ€™t forget stocking stuffers!
June 18th, 2009
The Glamorous WAHM is giving away a Tassi. The giveway ends on June 20, 2009. Sorry about the short notice.
Here is part of her review of Tassi:
Now here is a product that makes you say â€œI canâ€™t believe I never thought of that!â€ I have always struggled with keeping my bangs and the front of my hair back when washing my face. But now thanks to Tassi, this issue is nonexistent!
What I love about the Tassi is that it is light and not irritating to your head or scalp edges.
By the way, WAHM stands for work at home mom. I didn’t know that either.
June 1st, 2009
Valerie at Sweeps4Bloggers talks Tassi:
Wish these had been invented years ago….. The Tassi is a great way to keep your hair out of your face while you are cleansing, putting on make-up etc.
In the past, I’ve used headbands – too narrow to keep long or layered hair outta there.
Or I’ve used a towel – too heavy and awkward and it often falls off.
The Tassi is comfortable, really keeps my hair outta my face and doesn’t flatten or mess up my hair. And it comes in really cute colors.
June 1st, 2009
Jennifer at The Dirty Shirt loves Tassi. Yeah, there’s a lot of that going around. Here is an excerpt from her review:
I absolutely love this product, and it is one of those â€œWhy didnâ€™t I think of thatâ€ products too. I have had a hard time keeping my hair out of my face when putting on/taking off makeup and for cleaning my face. The amount of clips and pins I have used would make you laugh, at least that is what it did to my husband every time he saw me. I even used to wrap my hair in a towel just to keep it up, but that usually never worked because it would just fall down.
This product is one of those that changes your life for the better, even if only in a small way. I donâ€™t know too many women who like having their hair in the way all the time, I for one do not. With that being said I recommend this simple yet needed product to everyone! Tassi is my new best friend!
June 1st, 2009
Spy On Trends spied on Tassi:
Founder Shawna Ellsworth created the Tassi based on a hairwrap her Aunt Dot used to make for her three teenage daughtersâ€¦..It is a problem solving item that belongs in every girlâ€™s bathroom and suitcase.
Each day, women everywhere face a common problem as they wash their face, care for their skin and apply their makeup â€” how to keep their hair out of the way. Enter the Tassi.
June 1st, 2009
Amanda at PremiumGradeHair.com loves Tassi:
One of my favorite hair accessories (to wear in the privacy of my own home) is the Tassi. So when I found out that they just came out with three new colors, I had to spread the word.
Now in Aquamarine, Cherry Blossom and Bubblegum, in addition to 12 other colors, Tassiâ€™s keep your hair out of your face while putting on makeup, moisturizer and cleansing. The Tassi is a little funny looking, but somehow it is able to hold back all my PGH so I donâ€™t have to use an elastic, clip or headband. This is great for days that I blow-dry straight and donâ€™t want any creases.
Iâ€™m really not kidding when I say I love my Tassi. I bought my old roommate one for X-Mas last year and she went crazy. Once you use a Tassi, youâ€™ll never go back.
Thanks Amanda! We love Tassi too.
May 20th, 2009
Here is a new Tassi review by diva in a carry on:
whether you have long hair or short, a big issue is keeping it out of your face while youâ€™re having a â€œspa nightâ€ doing facials with your girlfriends, doing your makeup, or just trying to get the housework done right before that big date. headbands leave dents in your hair, clips do as well, and a ponytail is just sometimes not an option. whatâ€™s a diva to do?
try the tassi!
what is the tassi? a great new hair control device made of soft terry fabric that doesnâ€™t leave dents, flatten, twist, torture or otherwise screw with your hairdo. it seems so simple, i know, but the tassi really lives up to its claims. i left this thing in my hair for about four hours â€“ NO dents and my hair came out looking great after i removed it. i use it almost every day now. itâ€™s perfect for keeping my hair out of my way while i clean my face and moisturize (gives me time to really let the moisturizer sink in before my hair touches my face), and iâ€™ve noticed a lot fewer breakouts around my hairline because of it.
the tassi comes in 12 colors, and is sold on their website as well as in stores, salons and spas. check their website for more information. tuck one in your carry on bag, and youâ€™re covered for hair control on all your upcoming trips! takes up virtually no room in your bag.
April 28th, 2009
Charla Krupp, author of the New York Times bestseller “How Not to Look Old,” gave Tassi the following great review on her blog under the title “Why I Love . . . Tassi”:
“How many times have you wanted to wash your face, but didn’t want to get water on your bangs? The Tassi, $14.99 at tassicompany.com, is a terrycloth band you put over your head and tuck all of your hair into, allowing you to properly clean and exfoliate your skin without hair getting in the way.
“It really makes washing your face so much more of a pleasure and is so much better than a headband, since long hair won’t fall onto your cheeks and into the water. It’s so smart, you can’t help but think “why didn’t I think of that?!” It comes in all different colors, and I think it’s just a great, fun gift to give for any woman you know. I can’t live without it!
“This is the one of the 150+ new Brilliant Buys in the paperback edition of HOW NOT TO LOOK OLD…coming your way May 1.”
Thank you, Charla! We love Tassi too!
Here’s more information about Charla:
Charla Krupp has done over a hundred style segments on the Today Show; appeared on more than 40 national television shows, including Oprah, CBS The Early Show, Tyra, The Doctors, The View and Dateline; and been a regular on the E! Channel and the Home Shopping Network. She was beauty director of Glamour, an editor of In Style, beauty editor for Peopleâ€™s Style Watch, executive editor of Shop Etc. magazine and wrote a monthly fashion column for More Magazine called Fashion For Grownups. Currently, Charla is a contributing editor to People’s Style Watch.
April 28th, 2009
The Gerber Babies Blog is giving away a free Lavender Tassi. Here is what Julie Gerber has to say about Tassi and the giveaway:
“I reviewed the Tassi several months ago and I can honestly say, it’s one of my favorite products. I keep it in the bathroom and I use it daily. I use it every morning when I wash my face and I use it if I’m applying makeup. I use it when I bake. I have used it when I clean. I use it every evening to wash my face. I have used it to hold back my hair while I read a book. I use it when I treat myself to wonderful facial masque. I’ve used it in the bath. I have even used it in the shower. What is a Tassi? Well, it’s one of those products that you use once and decide you can’t live without it. I wonder how I ever made it through the day without it. I have never been a fan of headbands. You know, the Velcro type that holds back your hair so you can get through your morning routine. My experience with them has not been great. They slip and after a few months, they no longer hold. My longer hair would fall forward when I washed my face and I would end up with soap or a facial masque all over the ends of my hair. I don’t like shower caps because most of them make me feel like my head is in an oven. I like my showers hot, and caps make me sweat. The Tassi is not waterproof, but when I use it in the shower it keeps my hair out of the way. It’s easy to use and even easier to love! Tassi does not flatten, twist or mess up your â€œdo,â€ and itâ€™s perfect for protecting second-day blowouts. It’s machine washable too! You can win a Lavender Tassi! Giveaway is open to US residents. To enter, leave a comment with your favorite Tassi color! For an extra entry, follow me or let me know you are a follower by leaving a second comment! Giveaway ends midnight EST May 10, 2009. Good Luck!”