I’ve been mucking about with hair accessories for some time and have a few that have become my staples while the PJ in me continues to search for the next perfect way to beauty up my curls.
If you’re not into hair accessories, here are 3 reasons why you need to get in on this now:
- Hair accessories can make any dull style look gorgeous instantly (I’m looking at you boring buns).
- Hair accessories can be worn at any age and with any style.
- Hair accessories work for all hair textures – thin, straight, curly, thick, wavy, kinky curly, etc.
- Whatever the occasion (work event, wedding, etc), you can find a hair accessory that matches your outfit.
Be it headbands, hair clips or something else, you really can’t go wrong with hair accessories whether you have short hair or waist length hair.
HairZing Stretchable Hair Combs
So the latest trend in my arsenal is the HairZing. The HairZing has been on the market for a while but I only recently started looking it up.
The HairZing is a comfortable, stretchable hair accessory invented by Francesca Kuglen over a decade over as an answer to her fine hair.
They are hand beaded hair combs made with recyclable and renewable materials. According to the HairZing site,
“HairZings are 100% hand-beaded by women artisans working in small businesses, collectives, workshops, or home environments. We offer dignified work, flexible schedules, and the ability to earn fair wages.”
Helping women and beautifying my hair at the same time sounds good to me. I admit this has also provided an initiative for me to buy more HairZings because I’m happy to indirectly support those women.
You can use the HairZing to hold a style in place or as a ponytail holder. They come in various sizes from small to large.
Be sure to check out you buy the correct size for your hair density. I bought the wrong size the first time and nearly gave myself a brain hemorrhage forcing it to hold in hair that was too much for it.
Where to Buy HairZing
Prices for the HairZing on Amazon start from around $11 and go up from there depending on the size, intricacy, and type of HairZing.
HairZing stretchable combs are quite strong and look like they will last for a while before a replacement is required.
I came across cheaper options but honestly, they didn’t look as sturdy as the HairZing plus I don’t know how they were sourced.
Have you tried out the HairZing yet? What was your experience with it? Share in the comments section.