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The Invisibobble Wrapstar is an Invisibobble Slim with two soft ribbons attached. With the ribbons you can style your hair in a playful or classic way. The ribbons are made of a soft fabric and long enough to braid or make a cute bow. The elastic is an Invisibobble Slim Crystal Clear so it is hardly visible. The spiral elastic of Invisibobble distributes the pressure on your hair so your tail will not be too tight. This has the advantage that it does not leave any lumps or marks in your hair and pulls less, which for many people reduces the risk of headaches. The Invisibobble Wrapstar is available as a dark Snake It Off or pink Machu Peachu.
The Invisibobble brand was started in 2012 by German student Sophie. When Sophie went to a theme party in 2012, she used the spiral cord of an old phone to put a ponytail in her hair. When she woke up the next morning, she found the cord still in her hair. Her tail was still in place and she didn't have the headache she used to get when wearing a ponytail for too long! The spiral cord was much less tight, but had managed to keep her tail in place.
This discovery led her to invent the Invisibobble and to seek help in bringing this spiral elastic onto the market. Together with Felix, Sophie set to work to develop the Invisibobble with good materials and the right properties. After 6 months they launched the first Invisibobble in Germany and continued to develop the product. To keep innovating, Invisibobble listens to the experiences of its customers and that's why the products are now loved and available internationally.
- Ribbons to style your hair
- Soft fabric
- No imprint after use
- Does not pull, less headaches
How to use the Invisibobble Wrapstar
Take the Invisibobble Wrapstar and use the elastic to put your hair in a ponytail or bun, then style with the ribbons by making a bow or braiding the ribbons.
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