|PUFFCUFF HAIR CLAMP|
I love curly puffs but getting my hair to create one was a challenge I found early on in my natural hair journey. For one, I didn’t have thick hair or even long hair so I was not going to have the traditional big thick puff that I wanted and had seen on other naturals.
I had issues with headbands and them slipping and I finally came up with a semi-solution with my Brastrap technique from Motowngirl.com. I liked it but didn’t LOVE it so when I heard about this creation I jumped at the opportunity to give it a try.
The PuffCuff Hair Clamp (PC) was developed from a simple idea: Create a tool that not only makes it easy to achieve stylish looks without stressing your hair, but that is sanitary, durable and affordable. So, what does that look like? All the models you see here are everyday people with various hair types wearing the PuffCuff.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Let’s face it. Most accessories are for straight hair. Unlike coily hair, straight hair only comes in one type: straight. After years of searching for an accessory to accommodate thick textured hair, we created PuffCuff. It works with every type of coily hair, from kinky to curly, to help you create many beautiful hairstyles without cinching your hair to the smallest point of resistance and damaging it. Sound special? It is.
I know, it looks like a bowed out banana clip but something MADE for our hair? Of course I had to give it a try and I’m glad I did. What an easy contraption and it’s super light and wasn’t snaggy. With all my coils I need something gentle so I was impressed. It looks great on and in and the process is super easy if you follow the instructions to the letter.
* Poor rating. Will not be buying again ever!!
** Mediocre. Will not be buying again.
*** Average. May or may not buy again.
**** Above average. Will probably buy again.
***** Excellent! Will buy again and may become a staple product.
PUFFCUFF HAIR CLAMP *****
I am super happy about this product. It’s really inexpensive, $11.99 on Amazon and they sell them internationally so my UK naturals will be excited about that. They boast it’s for any curly/kinky/or curly and I believe it. It’s made to fit around the thickest hair as well as the thinnest and still look like a great puff.
It was comfortable and light on my head. I didn’t feel it yanking or pulling my hair and honestly it felt like nothing was in my hair. When I removed it I found NO hairs in the puffcuff and that made me smile. Smaller ones are in the works so they would be great for little ones. They will be available sometime this year. Did I say it doesn’t snag??? Yea, that alone is a reason to give it a try. Check out the site for video tutorial and other information about the PuffCuff Hair Clamp.
If you know me by now then you know what to expect tomorrow!!!!
Take care Naturals,
This was a sponsored post but my opinions were my own.
Wow this is a great break down of protein I learned something TYFS
Yes I use to have a stylist that is white and Asian. I was relaxed and she was the ONLY stylist that encouraged me to stretch my relaxers and relax less to keep my hair strong. She also was the first stylist to reveal to me that Pantene ProV was too drying for "our hair". My hair started to flourish with softness moisture, and length retention when I started doing these things. (I now know that it was because of the Ammonium sulfate that was in Pantene's shampoo.) It was also a white woman whose book I read on hair care products and techniques that turned my hair ALL the way around. Her name is Paula Begoun and she had a chapter on Afro textured hair. And the tips and advice she had were dead on. She spoke about the hair being strongest in its natural state, and how we should and shouldn't wash our hair to prevent tangles etc. She also spoke about sulfates and harsh cleansing agents that we should not use. After reading her book my hair grew very long and healthy. This white woman knew what she was talking about. That was many years ago and because of this I don't automatically count out a stylist that is not black. I interview anyone that I am considering let touch my hair, several times. And If I don't feel comfortable I move on. I'm thinking about adding color to my hair and have been interviewing a white Colorist. I shared this with a black stylist and she just looked at me like I was crazy? And I said, she specialize in coloring "hair"? If you understand the biology and chemistry of hair care, you can do anyone's hair no matter the ethnicity. Okay long testimony over! : )
That is a cute style for you!
When I relaxed my hair, I went to a white stylist that would cut my hair either within hours or 24 hours after my touch-up and would do my color after 2 weeks of receiving a perm. I will say this, my hair was gorgeous! I always received compliments on my hair and proudly stated that my stylist was white, which was met with looks and comments of disbelief. I agree with Chandra's comment, "If you understand the biology and chemistry of hair care, you can do anyone's hair, no matter the ethnicity!" ON POINT!