The summer is coming really fast, and I personally can’t wait to hit the pool, beach and anything else that has water. The beauty question of the summer is how do you keep your tresses free of chlorine and not dried up?
I can’t tell you how many different products I have tried out to keep the sun and chlorine off of my curly tresses that often have been highlighted, but nothing seems to really seal the edges and I end up with wet hair under a cap. You can’t imagine the pain taking a cap off with wet hair inside, the pulling, the tangled mess and then the total smell of wet, baked hair! Lavishly living beauty out loud I have found the Eco-Friendly silicone swim cap product of the year that will let you keep that hair under wraps, and dry!
Summer and A Swim Cap
This Swim Cap is made of eco-friendly silicone and while you might sense a small odor, it will wear away, or you can wash it with soap and water and let it dry and of course it will disappear. Is this product easy to use? Yes in fact it is, and I will show you how easy. Is it just for the pool? I don’t think so, because in my world, after a trip the salon, I don’t want to wreck my hair after paying so much for my new highlights or a new cut, or a blowout. The solution is this cap. No more plastic bags pinned on my head, no more shower caps that don’t always cover my hair. I will be strutting this sexy little purple number, well.. this purple swim cap, lol:) How sexy can one look in a swim cap right?
The Swim Cap will fit over long, thick hair, and even extensions. The swim cap is made from Eco-friendly silicone to protect your hair from salt and chlorine and it fits like a glove. There are so many colors to choose from I am sure you will find one that pleases you! Lavishly live the pool, beach and new hair-do’s out loud with a fun new, Swim Cap as beauty looks good under a cap!
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