The New York Times

The New York Times

"Umbrellas never work because, based on wind, you can easily get sprayed, so I’ve been known to carry a shower cap in my handbag,” said Ms. Sullivan, an author who also works as a marketer. “There’s no way I’m ruining my blowout should it start to downpour. No matter where I go, my hair is guaranteed to be covered.”

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Elle Magazine

Elle Magazine

"My perfect Bumble blowout lived on for two more glorious good hair days."

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Stylisted Blog: How To Make Your Blowout Last All Week

Stylisted Blog: How To Make Your Blowout Last All Week

"The last thing you want is all of your time and effort to go to waste because of a little water! We’ve been partial to this Style Saver cap, as its neoprene band molds to your hairline, keeping it moisture and dent-free! Plus, the retro pink and black makes us feel like we’re in a true beauty salon, which is much more fun than the bland, unattractive shower caps we used before."

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Charlotte Observer: Style

Charlotte Observer: Style

On Style: with L.T. Brady

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Charlotte Agenda

Charlotte Agenda

How a Charlotte entrepreneur raised $11K+ on Kickstarter for a shower cap

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Charlotte Observer

Charlotte Observer

I bet a shower cap has never made you cry before. There is a first for everything!! 

Charlotte Agenda

Charlotte Agenda

Look out Princess Charlotte, there is a new Queen of the Queen City #ehhhnotquite

The Morning Stir

The Morning Stir

Making the Leap: L.T. Brady, Beauty Innovator

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Gorgeous Glo Blog: Locals We Love

Gorgeous Glo Blog: Locals We Love

"Style Saver was born from need — I was so dissatisfied with my existing shower caps and frustrated because I would spend so much time or money (or both!) on a blowout and inevitably ruin it in the shower when my old cap slid back and exposed my hairline to moisture.  I used to put a terrycloth spa headband on and then my shower cap on over it, in a futile attempt to protect my hairline and block moisture from sneaking up into the cap, and then one morning I realized I could make the 2-step process into 1-step by attaching the band to the cap.  I also knew that there had to be a better option than terry cloth, which actually pulls moisture in rather than repel it, so I experimented with neoprene and the Style Saver was born!"

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Tulane University Alumni Spotlight

Tulane University Alumni Spotlight

"Endless Opportunities"

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