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The Must Have 2016 Summer Holiday Accessory for Women of Colour - Swimming Caps For Hair Extensions!
Calling all ladies who love their braids, dreadlocks, bouncy curls and hair extensions, here’s some fantastic news to get excited about (and it’s just in time for your holidays in 2016). The icantbeweaveit.co.uk swim cap!
The I Can't BeWeave It Swim Cap is this year’s must have summer accessory.
Firstly imagine these scenarios; you’re invited to a day at the beach for a relaxing swim or a lovely day at a luxury spa with your loved one, family or friends - You’d love to go, but your hair says no!
Your body is willing but you know getting your weave or locks wet at the roots causes all sorts of headaches, and the thought of an itchy scalp or matted roots are just a couple things which stop ladies from getting involved with water based hobbies, events and past-times.
But ladies, worry no more and take the plunge into the pool with a super stretchy 100% silicone swimming cap from I Can't BeWeave It!
The new to the British market the I cant BeWeave it swim cap is available in a chic black or hot pink. It is a functional and stylish swimming or shower accessory which has been specifically designed for bulky hair and is perfect for ladies which big, bold hairstyles.
Word on the street is that these swim caps are adored by several high profile celebrities in the USA and as a result they are selling like hot cakes across the pond!
Still not sure the product is for you and still thinking about buying one of these fabulous swim caps? Well, here are a few reviews from very satisfied customers who are loving their swim caps.
Patricia “Perfect! Waist length dreadlocks all contained and the protection is pretty damned good”
“This is a brilliant product for extensions which I have just had done – hat fits perfectly”
“Perfect for my weave – it’s not flimsy”
To get your hands on this year’s must have summer accessory which only costs £19.99 and is offered with free shipping in the UK. visit http://www.icantbeweaveit.co.uk for further information