PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) September 22, 2017
An inventor from Riverdale, Ga., has developed YES, a stapler-type device that eases the task of applying a hair extension onto existing hair.
"Adding hair extensions is a time-consuming and labor-intensive job. I wanted to develop a device that would allow this beauty regimen to be completed more efficiently," said the inventor. YES provides an effective means of attaching hair extensions. It eliminates the use of standard methods, such as bonding glue, pins, combs or needles, which can damage hair and scratch the scalp. The efficient device will save hair stylists time and energy on the job. It will add fullness and volume to a female’s hair. This may contribute to increased customer satisfaction and higher salon revenues. In addition to salons, this device can be used by females at home.
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