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Hoo Rags! Amazing!




Hey Neighbors!

Great to see you out today!  I have a really unique product to share with you today!  It is called a Hoo Rag.  This little fabric tube can be used in so many ways.  First off I do want to mention there is a giveaway at the end of this review.

Before we get into the many ways to wear a Hoo Rag, I just want to ask if any of you have seen them before.  They are easy to use and fun to wear, not to mention they come in many designs and colors.  My daughter is going to help me show some of the many ways you can wear a Hoo Rag.  I received the G. I. Pink.  This is basically a pink camouflage.  These bandanas are a seamless, cotton-polyester blended microfiber.  They are light weight, moisture wicking, and of course fun to wear.  Now take a minute to see some of the ways you can wear a Hoo Rag!

First off is a pony tail holder.  This one is simple and easy to accomplish.

Then you have a kerchief or face mask.

How about a neck warmer?

Or perhaps a headband.

A beanie, maybe?

Here are a couple more options:


You might ask what you can use a Hoo Rag for.  It can block the sun, keep your hair back, block other elements like; wind, rain, snow.  Wear it around the home to prevent breathing in dust while cleaning.  Or just wear it because you like their style!

Be sure to connect with Hoo Rag on Facebook and Twitter.  Be sure to watch the video on their website on the many ways to wear a Hoo Rag.

How many uses can you find for a Hoo Rag?  I am sure you will be able to come up with a few.  I have 4 different paisley colored Hoo Rags to giveaway.  They are actually quite nice looking.  I have a green, pink, blue and a red.  Are you interested in winning one? Let's go!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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Comments

andrea v said…
I would use it as a dusk mask when riding our 4 wheeler
ShellyH said…
I have short hair and trying to grow it out which is a terrible process to go through...so I would use it as a beanie or as a head band to help disguise my hair until it grows out.
Nancy said…
I'd use it as a headband!

Nancy
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tawndam said…
looks so cute as a headband!
Angie Bailey said…
As a beanie while on the motorcycle to keep my hair from tangling so bad.
Unknown said…
as a head band is a neat idea and as a head scarf is great. Those are some neat ideas you shared with us, I would not of thought of many of them. Thank you
michedt said…
Probably as a headband most often.
Michelle Tucker

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