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Saturday, March 21, 2015

REVIEW -- 12 in 1 Headband - Versatile Sports Headwear

12 in 1 Headband - Versatile Sports Headwear

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE PRIZE: Tired of sweat getting into your eyes? Yup, we were too. So we designed Tough Headbands™ to wick away moisture and dry like no other. They're made from 100% microfiber, a breathable material that wicks away moisture faster than the leading alternatives.

DISCOVER YOUR TOUGH & DURABLE SIDEKICK: Wear your Tough Headband on challenging rides, chilly morning jogs, strenuous yoga sessions, dusty desert hikes, or blazing runs down powdery snow slopes. Our headbands retain their form, color and elasticity for years in all climates and conditions.

WEAR IT 12 DIFFERENT WAYS: Rock your ultra-versatile Tough Headband on its own or under a helmet. When it gets colder, rock it as a neck gaiter, face mask or balaclava. Be sure to check out our product images to see all the ways you can wear a Tough Headband. These headbands are great for casual wear too.

EXPERIENCE THE ULTIMATE COMFORT: Say goodbye to headband headaches. Our microfiber is stretchy and will conform to heads of all shapes and sizes without a death grip. Our headbands are also seamless, resulting in less bad hair days and greater comfort.

GUARANTEED SATISFACTION: The ONLY headband with a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee.

Having CP, there are days that my hands just do not want to cooperate with me and rather than have a bad hair day from saliva-matted hair or find a way to a hair salon for a haircut, I usually just have Mama Melissa pull my hair up into a ponytail.

But a ponytail is so boring. I try to dress it up with fancy scrunchies and rubber bands, but it's still a ponytail.

This headband allows the user to wear it 12 different ways...
-Neck Gaiter/Warmer
-Sweat-style Headband
-Pirate Style

The only downfall with this headwear is there are no instructions included. So far, I have only figured out how to 6 of the styles.

^^in the 'Hairband' style^^

I would have like to have some visual instructions of how to do the other styles.

The material has a nice silky feel to it. It stretches well and doesn't get stretched out of shape.

^^close up of the print detail^^

The only problems I see disabled people having is trying to do the wearable styles on their own. If a disabled person just wants to wear this in one of the simpler styles, like the headband or neck gaiter, they will have no problems.

If you'd like to buy one for yourself, they are available from Amazon in four different styles; Solids, Paisley Prints, Vivid Prints (I have Indian Summer) and Tactical Camo for $7.95 each.

The 12 in 1 sports headwear is a great addition for someone wanting a simple hair accessorization.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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