When I go to the pool, I hate keeping my hair in a ponytail because my hair gets too heavy and it hurts my head to keep it in. I usually keep my hair tie on my wrist but all girls should know the horror of finding the indent in your wrist after you take it off! Hairbanglez has a way to stop those terrible red dents while looking fashionable at the same time. My mom wasn’t really how to wear these because since she has so much hair, hers is almost always up so she asked me how I would use it since I wear my hair down a lot but I do put it up as well.
My idea was to wear it in the pool because I always put my hair up after I’m done because it’s a lot easier than keeping it down. We have a membership at our local recreational center that has a pool so we have been there all summer so when we go, I always grab my hairbangle because it seriously works so well for me! We got four different colors (blue, purple, pink, and orange) so it always matches any of my outfits. With my hairbanglez, I always have a hair tie on me so when either me or one of my friends needs one, I’ll have it. I absolutely love these, they’re one accessory I will always have on me!
About taken from website: One day during my 2 hour train commute, I had the idea to come up with a better way to “wear” my hair elastic when it wasn’t in my hair. I immediately ravaged through all my bracelets that night and began creating protoypes of what would soon become a “hairbangle”. After tons of ideation, feedback from friends and family, prototypes and a little bit of blood, sweat and tears, the hairbanglez brand was born just as I was about to have my first son in late 2011. I am SO excited and proud to introduce you to the FIRST, PATENTED bangle bracelet that will turn your hair elastics into stylish bracelets.
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