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24 Aug 2017

Black inventor and hair stylist debuts new website to launch brand new SnapWeave product

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August 24, 2017 Category: Beauty Posted by:

Jennifer King — an in-demand Atlanta hair stylist — has clients from all backgrounds using hair extensions for protection, convenience, and versatility. But when they come to her, a lot of women learn they are doing more harm than good to their hair and scalp. They learn that the glues, needles, and threads that traditional stylists use for hair extensions are damaging their scalps, causing infections, and even hair loss.

King is also the inventor and founder of SnapWeave, the no thread, no glue, no tool solution for women who want both healthy and beautiful hair. SnapWeave allows women to use hair extensions without damaging their hair.

It also allows women the ultimate convenience of being able to put in — or take out — hair extensions in as little as 5 minutes. (No, that’s not a typo!) It can literally take 5 minutes to do a woman’s hair with SnapWeave. It doesn’t matter if you’re a stay-at-home mom, a working professional, or a famous celebrity. Women from all backgrounds and social statuses enjoy the convenience and versatility of hair extensions.

“I don’t have a relaxer, and have been wearing weaves to keep my own hair away from the heat so it can stay healthy. I love the versatility and convenience of weaves,” said singer, songwriter, and actress Kandi Burruss .

Celebrities like Burruss and Beyonce can change their hair at the drop of a dime. Hair extensions and expensive personal stylists afford them that opportunity. With SnapWeave, every woman can change her hair at the drop of a dime without hiring an expensive personal stylist. Because each track snaps in and out, it’s easy to change the color, style, or length of any track to get the exact style a woman wants.


SnapWeave’s newest creation is the 360 Frontal by SnapWeave. A hair extension solution giving women more options for completely natural looking, versatile, healthy hair, the 360 Frontal by SnapWeave provides the most flexibility for women’s hairstyles when it comes to hair extensions. Other hair extensions make it nearly impossible to do your hair in diverse styles.

The 360 Frontal by SnapWeave recreates your natural looking hairline around your entire head. Making it possible to look good in any hairstyle. You can wear high ponytails and topknots again without worrying about your extensions showing.

The 360 Frontal by SnapWeave debuts on August 27, 2017.

To experience the confidence of true versatility and convenience of hair extensions, along with the complete assurance that you’re not damaging your hair and scalp, you’ll want to check out the 360 Frontal by SnapWeave.

For more information on the 360 Frontal by SnapWeave, visit

You can follow the product’s Facebook page at

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