Yogitoes hBand from Suddora

March 25, 2013

If you're into yoga, like I am, headbands are one of the main items in your yoga bag that you can't do without.  I got into the headband wearing during my practice because of the length of my hair.  Braids, buns, ponytails, and of course the added headband are among my yoga-hairstyle-wearing basics.  Hair in the face is not something you want to break out of Ustrasana (Camel Pose) for and move it out of your eyes.

I was recently contacted by Suddora to cover their hBand headbands they carry from Yogitoes.  Suddora covers every little item that athletes  yogis, and even golf players could need to add to their workout regimen.  Suddora covers wrist bands, mouth guards, no-tie shoe laces, and also the hBand headbands from Yogitoes.

The hBand comes in black, teal, kiwi, guava, and mango.  They are 4" wide, machine washable, and are made of 94% cotton and 6% Lycra.

I was sent the hBand in black and let me tell you, the width of this headband is amazing!  It holds back my hair no matter how much I move around.  Here in Oregon, this time of year, the wind blows like crazy, not to mention the rain, Ha!  But this headband was great at keeping my hair back while I was running in the weather.  It works great during yoga class as well.  Perfect for that hold my hair back look that I use during yoga classes and poses.

They are super comfortable and almost feel as if they aren't there.

The band itself can be used for styles of everything from up-dos to down-dos and can be shaped to even hold all of your hair back, if needed.  The width of it is a great way to show off your hair even for last minute hair styles.

Now for a limited time, all readers of South North South can get a 10% discount through Suddora till December 31st, 2013.  Use code SouthNorthSouth (all one word) at checkout.

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