|Price incl. VAT||£4.19|
|Price excl. VAT||£3.49|
Need a rubber band that easily keeps even the thickest hair nejkudrnatější? Rubber band that you betray in any sport? Bet on Invisibobble in luxurious blue!
Potřebujete se na svůj účes spolehnout i při sportu či outdoorových aktivitách? Or you have thick, curly hair, in which ordinary rubber bands and paper clips fail? If your hair every hair accessory short, short, give a chance Invisibobble!
Invisible rubber bands, resembling a telephone cord, relies on the principle endless spiral that keeps hair perfectly, but does not interfere with the hair fiber or its structure.Neither are matted manes or jamming the rubber band and the subsequent painful situation where hot food rather elastic band (which you did not get down quite a pair of oxen) than hair. This occurs mainly in metal joints other rubber bands; Invisibobble therefore no metal joints have.
Power variant has a higher density of spirals, thanks to handle retain more hair, or hair inflexible. Your hair will stay perfect at school, work, sports, even during sleep. Even though it does not cause headaches or Netah; Conversely, the wear is so comfortable that you forget that you have hair pulled.
Ačkoli Invisibobble, jak už název napovídá, jsou konceptem „neviditelné“, klidně se můžete odvázat a udělat z nich stylový módní doplněk! Whether you proudly wear in your hair, combine different colors, or hand you wear the most practical yet trendy gumičkonáramek colored telephone lines perfectly complement each outift. Delicate, light blue variant "Something Blue" flatter blondes, redheads and fits highlight the beauty brunettes. Enjoy even you comfort and style.
3 pieces of rubber bands Invisibobble Power
Something Blue - soft light blue
All Hair Types
Suitable for curly hair
Polyurethane - synthetic resin
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