After metallic hair cuffs made an appearance at Dries Van Noten a couple of years ago, I’ve been dying to get my hands on one.I was pretty excited whenLady Jayne brought out their Metal Ponytail Cuffs because up until now I hadn’t been able to find any in stores.
I’m loving these! They are so easy to use, and adds instant chic to a simple ponytail.
The Lady Jayne Metal Collection includes 3 styles- full cuff, semi cuff, and bows in gold, rose gold, or silver.
Price: $9.99 for both cuff styles.
Availability: Priceline and selected pharmacies.
Lady Jayne Metal Ponytail Cuff
This full cuff is best worn in a high to low slung ponytail. Keep it low and texture or high and sleek for a modern look. To use, secure the ponytail with the attached elastic. Then open the cuff and position it around the base of your ponytail.
Lady Jayne Metal Ponytail Semi Cuff
Similar to the full cuff, the semi ponytail cuff looks best in a high or low slung ponytail. However it is best for longer, thicker hair, as it doesn’t wrap around the full width of the pony. To use, secure the ponytail with the attached elastic. Then slide the cuff over the top of the pony to your desired position.
Lady Jayne has teamed up with celebrity hair and make-up stylist Max May, to create a series of how-to videos featuring the hottest looks for hair this season.
note: these products were sent to me by PR for consideration only. See disclosure policy in PR tab for more info.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Aug 21st, 2013 in Hair, Reviews | 81921 commentHair+bling%3A+Lady+Jayne+Metal+Hair+Cuffs+2013-08-21+04%3A26%3A01myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D8192
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