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Hair Rolling Magic For Busy Moms Who Hate Rollers

July 18, 2016

July 18, 2016

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Beauty and Fashion Inspiration for You

 

raster-2One of the things that busy moms hate to do is roll their hair. And using flat and curling irons on a regular basis can cause breakage. So what is a beauty to do? Hair rollers? If you’re like us, you hate sleeping in rollers too. They’re uncomfortable, can cause headaches and will make you look rather unattractive in bed. What’s the solution? Well, we found it for youScreen Shot 2016-06-09 at 1.19.02 PM.

It’s called the CurlBand, and you’re going to love it. It was invented by Ashley Campbell, a mom with four daughters, so you know it’s good! Check out the video below for the detailed instruction on how to use it. Of course, once you use it regularly, you’ll get faster at the technique. If you buy one, come back, let us know how it worked for you, and post a pic in the comments section below.

The CurlBand costs $25 and comes in a variety of colors, including black, grey, pink, and leopard print.  In August, CurlBand will release a no slip version in black and leopard print for women with silky hair textures.  To order, visit CurlBand’s website at TheCurlBand.com and use the exclusive coupon code below to get $3 off the price. Use your coupon before it expires on July 31, 2016.

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