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Banded Review!!! Coupon Code Included!!!

It has been awhile since I posted my first review of Banded, and you can read it here!  I featured Banded and did a giveaway over 2 years ago! I am excited to share with you some of their new products!  Beyond just the headbands they now have scarves, winter headbands, hair ties, and even products for little babies!   

 My two favorite things that I received from Banded is the winter headband and the scarf.   The winter one is warm and stays in place very well!   the scarf is super neat and trendy that I had friends complimenting me and asking me where they can get one!

     Coupon code:  MOMMY25  
order today at Banded and enter the code above to save!! 

Super cute with this scarf!   

Banded is known for headbands that stay put in your hair.   It is a great thing to have a quality headband when you are working out!  I have on this really thick one that stayed in place for my run!   I like how much of my head it actually covers!   

  1. Banded has some of the most adorable styles for headbands out there.  With amazing selections there is absolutely no guilt in purchasing one or some because for every headband purchased with Banded they donate three meals to someone in need.  In fact their website thanks everyone as they have been able to give out more than a million meals!!!   Here is what their site says, "Since the beginning, our goal has been to stand for more than just the best accessories. Our 1 =3™ give back program changes a life with every single purchase. Every BANDED product purchased provides 3 meals to a child in need through feeding programs located in Uganda, Latin America, and the Caribbean."  
Look at these adorable hair ties and even a cool bracelet!   If you haven't purchased any yet it is time!  Head on over to Banded now to put your order in!
Coupon code:  MOMMY25  
order today at Banded and enter the code above to save!! 

Thank you Banded for sending me items to review in exchange for an honest review!   I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own!   


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