Sheer fabric bags are an affordable way to package your hair products and they work great with human hair. Our sheer fabric bags do not cause static which may lead to matting and tangling like some other bag materials. These bags are easy for online businesses to ship out in standard flat rate packaging from UPS/Fedex or even the postal service. They also makes a great impression when you hand deliver your hair or display it in a salon. Each fabric bag is individually packaged in a clear plastic bag which can be reused for an extra layer of protection.
Thank you for the overwhelming response to our $500 packaging promotion which has been discontinued. Our hang tags portfolio shows some of the designs that were created during this promotion. Or, view the current pricing on hang tags and sheer fabric bags.
A lot of our clients ask us about the trademarks and copyrights associated with their business on the Internet and, especially, their websites and logos. While specifics differ from business to business, object to object and country to country, we decided to do round up the most commonly asked questions in a general introductory article on this topic to give you a place to start at. What are trademarks and copyrights? A trademark is your brand- legally registered or established by use. It can be a symbol, word or combination of words that represent your company and product. Your trademark
The expression ‘balancing act’ is something we all relate to as we strive to find harmony in the frantic pace of our everyday lives. The same can be said for fashion as we look for balance between light and bright, classic and new. This season’s color palette emphasizes this need for balance, while at the same time allowing for individuality, self-expression and excitement. – Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute The New Year is here and it’s time to start it off with a beautiful palette that will color our entire year from fashion to packaging
Have you suddenly started seeing black and white squares full of jumbled square dots everywhere? Are you seeing them on everything from business cards and print ads to t-shirts and packaging? Don’t worry- your vision is fine. These particular little squares are called QR codes and, to jog your memory, here is a picture of one. A QR Code is a matrix barcode. The QR in the name is short for ‘Quick Response’ and their primary functions are information encoding and identification- same as traditional barcodes. However, while simple barcodes like UPC can contain limited information, QR codes can be