New York City, New York Jan 4, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – UNice Hair is an online retailer providing high-quality human hair products, such as wigs, bundles hair, hair extensions. Dedicated to offering the best products and services and supported by UNice customers, UNice Hair is glad to announce its 6th Anniversary event to give back to people who supported UNice to grow and get better.
The UNice Hair 6th Anniversary Warm-Up Sale
1. Exclusive UNice Hair Coupons And Deals
Get $9 Off Over Order $119 With Code: UBEST9
Get $19 Off Over Order $229 With Code: UBEST19
Get $39 Off Over Order $379 With Code: UBEST39
2. Get Free Wigs With UNice Hair Membership Rewards Points
UNice Hair membership can get a certain amount of points after purchasing items at UNice.com and participating in events. And now members of UNice Hair can get specific wigs without cost and only use membership points. For more information, you can visit the event UNice Bid For Free Hair.
3. New Collections Of Wigs
To offer more products for customers to choose from, UNice Hair devotes itself to digging into the new styles and colors of wigs. With a self-own hair factory, UNice Hair can manufacture the new kinks of wigs, such as V-part wigs with body waves, jerry curly, kinky curly textures, wide- rage of brown-colored wigs, and new collections of frontal sew-in.
UNice Hair Anniversary will be officially opened on Jan 10th. And there will be more discounts, gifts, and wig collections available at UNice.com.
About UNice Hair
UNice Hair is devoted to offering premium human hair products, including human hair wigs, human hair bundles, UNice headband wigs, and UNice lace front wigs with fast shipping, multiple payment plans options, and 30 days return. You can visit UNice Hair‘s official website to find out more information.
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