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Look fashionable with headwear range from Castle Crowns
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Jun '12
Castle Crowns launches its new headwear collection for women and children featuring a patented system that combines both fabric and human hair into a wide range of fashionable looks. Each of the various styles provides an ideal accessory for those wanting to temporarily change their look for fashion styling or hair loss from Alopecia, Cancer, or thinning hair.

Castle Crowns are cooler and more modern than wigs and more complete than a hat or scarf. There are a number of different hairstyles, colors and fabrics providing a wardrobe of headwear. They tie on like a bandana and are designed for women on-the-go. Castle Crowns are an easy and affordable solution to cover your head or unruly hair (video).

Castle Crowns are made with authentic, high quality, human hair or Remy quality human hair. They can be cut, curled and styled. There are three basic types. A Full Crown provides bangs, hair on the sides and in the back. A Half Crown provides bangs and hair on the sides. The basic Quarter Crown has bangs.

Proudly cut, sewn and assembled in the USA, each style of Castle Crowns is available in various hair colors. Custom Crowns can also be created for those who are looking for a one-of-a-kind look.

Keela Castle, President and CEO, started Castle Crowns as a way to deal with her, sometimes, unmanageable hair. She often wore wigs and extensions but found them to be inconvenient and uncomfortable.

“Whenever I went to the gym, I’d wear a bandana, but I wasn’t pleased when I passed by a mirror,” says Keela. “I thought I would look softer and more attractive if I had hair framing my face.

“I made my first Castle Crown, and the first day I wore it to the gym a man offered to show me how to use the equipment and asked if I was new there! I had been there for years! I then realized that these scarves would become a very useful (hair) accessory for active women with busy lifestyles and facing other hair challenges.”

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