Takedown Tool-E: An Easy and Safe Way to Remove Sewn-in Hair Extensions.

January 22, 2019

There is finally an easy and safe way to remove sewn-in hair extensions.  The is an innovative, assembled plastic and steel slim handheld device used to assist in the safe and efficient removal of hair extensions.

The Takedown Tool-E helps the user quickly and safely remove extensions with its unique C-shape Cutting Curve. A’Mera Frieman came up with this concept when she was watching a nature video featuring a hawk’s beak.

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About the Takedown Tool-E: 

Due to the Takedown Tool-E’s ease of use it will not only help you save time, but you can also avoid the cost of having your hair stylist take your hair out for you. The Tool-E’s efficient safety features help to avoid any damage to the scalp and cut thread or hair tracts smoothly and quickly without damaging the real hair.

Extension wearer's also saving money with the ability to reuse expensive hair bundles. The invention is new, groundbreaking, and cost-effective. The Takedown Tool-E removes the danger of being cut by a blade or losing hair from razor blades or scissors.  

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