March 19, 2014

Puff Cuff Giveaway Winner Announced!

Congrats to LaWanda S for winning the Puff-Cuff giveaway!

Thanks to everyone who participated in the giveaway :)

For those who missed it, check out my Puff-Cuff review video...

Be sure to visit the Puff-Cuff Hair Clamp Website to get your very own Puff-Cuff.

Stay tuned for more giveaways!

Peace and Blessings...

March 11, 2014

Pre-Spring PuffCuff Giveaway!

Hey Everyone!

I don't know about you all, but I am so ready for Spring - really just warmer weather in general. One of the things I look forward to when the weather gets warm is wearing wash and goes and puffs. 

Although these styles can be worn all year, I particularly like wearing them during the warmer weather because I love to keep my wash and goes and puffs moisturized ( spritzing with water first then sealing with an oil or pomade).

The main accessory I will be using with my wash and goes and puffs is the wonderful PuffCuff Hair Clamp

had the opportunity to review the PuffCuff and I love it :) 

    Check out my video review below.


Now as a special treat for my wonderful subscribers the creator's of The PuffCuff will give away one PuffCuff hair clamp to one lucky winner.

Here's how to enter...

Of course, you have to be a subscriber of this - AllNaptural - blog. Next, Like The PuffCuff Facebook pageand if you're not on Facebook, join The PuffCuff Community by signing up for PuffCuff email updates. Just go to The PuffCuff website - scroll to the very bottom of the page and type in your email address - that's it!

After you have 'Liked' the PuffCuff Facebook page and/or signed up for The PuffCuff email updates, then come back here and comment below "Done - add me to the drawing" and be sure to leave your email as well. One winner will be chosen randomly via and announced on March 19, 2014.

Good luck!

My PuffCuff Hair Clamp Video Review


March 06, 2014

PuffCuff Review

Hey Everyone!

I have had the opportunity to review The PuffCuff Hair Clamp.

The PuffCuff Hair Clamp will replace all of those old hair accessories - rubber/elastic bands/headbands with little teeth that are often very tight and pull and tangle hair. It is very durable and made for all hair types - a "remix of the banana clip".

Pic of my old tools used, puff made with the pantyhose band and PuffCuff

The PuffCuff Hair Clamp is now available on the PuffCuff website in one size (5") for 11.99, but will be available in smaller sizes ranging from 7.99 to 9.99.

According to the website, "The PuffCuff Hair Clamp (PC) was developed from a simple idea: Create a tool that not only makes it easy to achieve stylish looks without stressing your hair, but that is sanitary, durable and affordable." The site also states that the PuffCuff was made to accommodate thick textured hair and it can be used on locs and braids.

My Review...

After viewing the demo video and a few attempts I was able to put the PuffCuff on with ease. I was able to create puff styles in minutes. I was very amazed that the PuffCuff didn't snag or pull my hair and it felt as if I didn't have anything on my head at all.

After I gathered my hair and positioned the PuffCuff, I simply locked it and gently pulled and styled my hair into a giant puff

After getting the hang of the PuffCuff, I created these other styles, low puff, and pompadour puff

Again, I was amazed how comfortable the PuffCuff was and the dramatic difference between creating a puff with it versus using my go-to pantyhose band
Check out my slide show video review of The PuffCuff Hair Clamp :) 

Peace and Blessings...