shower caps - liberty laminated fabric
shower caps - liberty laminated fabric
shower caps - liberty laminated fabric
shower caps - liberty laminated fabric

not so plain jane australia

shower caps - liberty laminated fabric

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so excited to be able to bring you liberty laminated fabric! so gorgeous and a very special fabric that has stood the test of time and is absolutely stunning to add to our shower cap range. these shower caps are wonderful! one size fits kids & adults, even if you have long thick hair as shown in the 2nd image it fits in a not so plain jane shower cap! very strong good quality elastic and some finished with gorgeous guipure lace** to add a touch of class to your shower! just something different and a little bit fancy. you will love it. great as a gift for someone who has everything or just yourself. heaps of cute designs to choose from.

  • designed to just slip onto your head so it isn't tight and you can easily tuck your hair in.
  • if too loose, just pull the elastic out & tie a little knot. designer laminated fabric is a soft, flexible fabric which is a tough & hardwearing cotton coated with a layer of plastic.
  • as it is cotton on the inside of the cap, if you happen to get water on the cotton, turn the cap inside out & dab with a clean dry towel to remove water & then allow to air dry.
  • it's a good idea to always hang the shower cap on a hook to dry after use.
  • if your bathroom is damp, cold and not well ventilated please keep your shower cap somewhere light and airy.

**Guipure is the french word meaning a needlepoint lace made with a heavy buttonhole stitch and with the pattern on a coarse mesh or held together with connecting threads. First used in 1843.

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