2016 is here and so it the hustle-bustle of the return to routine. Many a woman with long hair at some point during the day pull it back and secure it with some sort of hair accessory. That is if one is handy.
Karin Zannella, the founder and inventor of hairbanglez, created her new product in an effort to keep her hair elastic close by all while not irritating her wrist, and keeping her look professional in her corporate work setting. The line began with the original hairbanglez, made of glossy lucite plastic and available in classic shades. Now Zannella will be showcasing the full line and debuting new launches including the
Pantone 2016 Sporty Collection, a chic Metals Collection and the first hairbanglez line made for kids.
Each hairbanglez has specially designed, patent-pending indented grooves to hold one thick or thin elastic hair band in place. When the hair elastic is secure in the grooved compartment, it is still easily accessible by hand through the rounded dips surrounding the bangle.
Not only are hairbanglez the first-ever bracelet bangles that store your hair tie for more stylish wear and comfort for your wrist, it’s an accessory that nearly all women can relate to, making it a thoughtful gift.
2 for $16 in silicon sporty collection
$28 for metal collection
2 for $12 kids style coming soon