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The Unique Three-Pieces-in-One Women's Hair Accessory Now in Denim, Plum, and Silver

CHICAGO, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- PonyBun Products, Inc. announces three new colors for the crochet version of its PonyBun® hair accessory. Denim provides a look that complements blue or white jeans for casual everyday use. The rich and deep Plum color supports a sporty, chic look. Silver is the perfect accent color for pink and peach, two colors predicted to be prevalent in 2014.

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The PonyBun hair bun was designed with three goals in mind: (1) eliminate the need to use bobby pins for up hairdos by creating a tight and snug bun, (2) be quick and easy to use, and (3) look great. It provides a no-hassle, no-fuss approach to styling hair into a tight updo that won't fall apart. Its patented "three-in-one" design consists of a ponytail holder attached to a hair bun cover along with an integrated comb. In seconds a woman can make a ponytail, tuck her hairdo inside the bun cover, and snug it firmly in place with the comb.

"Our strategy is to offer colors that are fashionable, yet classic," says Susan Michaud, President of PonyBun Products. "Pastels are going to be the rage in spring 2014. We chose Denim and Silver specifically to accessorize the pastel palette." In addition, Pantone's recent announcement of Radiant Orchid as the 2014 color of the year makes the Plum PonyBun® perfectly positioned for many wardrobes. The Plum PonyBun® can provide a complement to a Radiant Orchid wardrobe or an accent to a wardrobe using the purple palette as a highlight. As an example, Michaud cited a wedding party. "With Radiant Orchid taking center stage for bridesmaids' dresses, a Plum PonyBun® can provide the perfect base for an accompanying custom hair style," she noted.

Whether they are dressing up, working out, wearing business casual, or going to school, the PonyBun® hair bun allows women to do so with ease and style. The PonyBun® women's hair accessory comes in many other crochet colors including brown, white, blonde, and hot pink. In addition, black, light pink, violet, light blue, and orange also are available with or without rhinestones.

"Fashion leaders like Armani and Calvin Klein are including gray colors in their new collections," commented Michaud. "All three of our new crochet colors provide accent or support to a gray ensemble." In addition, cloth versions of the PonyBun® "Ballerina" Hair Bun will be available in the near future.

To find a retailer, or to access the full PonyBun® hair bun line for purchase, visit www.ponybun.com

PonyBun Products, Inc. is a woman-owned small business focusing on fashion accessories for active women and girls.

Contact:

Susan Michaud, President
(630) 480-0993
Fax (630) 690-3749
Email
www.ponybun.com       

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