The online description was perfect.
Cover flyaways and ends for short hair. I use with 3 bunhead bun pins and it lasts all day on my active six year old with shoulder length fine hair. Colour blends are good, we’ve used a few tones over the years. I tend to cover bun, twist and cover again to help them last longer (this works even when they are starting to wear out) and then wrap what is left around the bun and add pins.
My daughter has very thick, long, straight hair. At first, I was worried that these hair nets seemed too flimsy; they come in what looks like folded tissue paper. But because they are so thin, they are easy to affix to the hair using hair pins. As a changeroom helper, I end up doing about 40 ballet buns per show. The girls have their own hair nets if they use them, and of all the ones I've tried, I've liked these best because they are so soft, malleable, and easy to use, twist, and then hide the edges in the fold of the bun. One more tip, I use Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray (even the strong kind) and it allows for brushing between hair changes and keeps the hair beautifully set on stage. Using these nets with the Capezio Bunheads - U-shaped ribbed bun hair pins, and the Moroccanoil Hairspray works wonders. People often ask me how I get my daughter's hair to look so beautiful for all her numbers. Thanks!