How To Wash hair Extensions with the patent pending "Hair Extensions Washing Machine" by Krysmari

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CHICAGO - July 9, 2015 - PRLog -- The phones and emails and orders have not stopped ever since Krysmari Brands released the patent pending “Hair Extensions Washing Machine” by Krysmari. Michele and Adrienne Krysmari have been shipping hair extensions washing machine to individuals and salons.

This is this first ever and worlds only patent pending “Hair Extensions Washing Machine” there has never been anything like this before.

“Washing hair extensions is such a long and tedious task, you have to soak them, then make sure the shampoo and conditioner is washed out not to mention the long task of drying the hair extensions”, says Michele Krysmari CEO of Krysmari Brands and creator of the patent pending “Hair Extensions Washing Machine”

“You wash the hair just like how you wash clothes” says Adrienne Krysmari co owner of Krysmari Brands.

This is a new and innovative way to wash hair extensions. A lot of women also complain about the corn chip smells that comes along with ordering hair extensions from overseas. Now you can get rid of that smell with the patent pending “Hair Extensions Washing Machine” says Michele Krysmari.

In the last month Krysmari has sold over 4000 hair extension washing machines online for 149.99. The washing machine is sold to individuals. stylists and salons.

Within the next few months Michele and Adrienne plan on going worldwide with the hair extensions washing machine.

From a business perspective, Krysmari Brands which is an  African American owned company, is poised to disrupt the hair industry with all the new products they have coming to market.

"Not only do [the machines] fill a void in the industry. Salons are using the machines to add services to they’re salon.

Black women are expected to spend $774 million on hair-care products in 2014, according to Mintel, a Chicago-based market research firm. According to the same study, four out of 10 women wear hair extensions or wigs in their hair.
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