When the weather heats up, one sure-fire way to stay cool is by putting your hair up. Whether you opt for a high sleek ponytail, a low twisted ponytail or a loose braid, Maddyloo no crease hair ties complete the look. And Maddyloo's Fourth of July inspired colors and designs are the perfect way to celebrate the holiday in style.
To show your American spirit, choose from Maddyloo's revolutionary Fourth of July collection featuring hair ties in polka dots, stripes, zig zags, dazzling glitter and rhinestone donut beads--all in patriotic red, white, and blue to help create a gorgeous 'do and show your allegiance to looking chic. Choose a design that complements your personal style and show off your Independence.
The best part: Maddyloo no crease hair ties don't leave a dent in your hair so you can get from the office to the Fourth of July barbecue without having to redo your 'do. Maddyloo no crease hair ties double as fashionable bracelets too-they're a great way to accessorize your look for the nation's birthday bash.
Where to purchase: To check out Maddyloo's collection of Fourth of July hair ties, go to www.maddyloo.com.
About Maddyloo: The brainchild of husband-and-wife team Jon and Honeya Samnick, who started the company in January 2011, Maddyloo is known for its no-crease hair ties -- the chic and trendy solution for pulling hair back without damaging it or leaving a dent. These must-have hair accessories (which double as fashionable bracelets) are hand crafted, American-made and original Maddyloo designs. Also available as headbands, they come in hundreds of colors and styles and are regarded as the finest made and most affordable hair accessories on the market today. Maddyloo's hair accessories, gemstone bracelets, beaded bracelets and other unique fashion designs, are sold at over 500 retail locations including salons, boutiques, gift shops, and leading spas throughout the US, including Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Visit them online at www.maddyloo.com to purchase or to find retail locations.
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