Glueless hairpieces for those experiencing hair loss is the latest beauty invention

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Stephanie Lanier, the inventor and CEO of Instant Edges, was experiencing hair loss and wanted to feel confident in her hair again.  Stephanie realised that there were not a lot of options for a natural-looking hairpiece that aided in regrowth.

"As a hairstylist dealing with a receding hairline, I could not find anything on the hair market besides wigs and hairpieces that require glue," says Stephanie.

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Glue can clog pores and can lead to more hair loss, thus, Instant Edges was born.  

She says, "Instant Edges is for those who may be suffering with hair loss through the edges of their hair" and adds that its pieces are lightweight, breathable and do not cause additional hair loss.

No glue or tape is required for application, only water - and one set can last up to two weeks with proper care. The edges come in many different colours including natural and custom colours.

Complied by Phelokazi Mbude

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