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Registered: ‎09-23-2010

Hair in a towel

I was just wondering how many of you put your hair in a towel on top of your head after cleansing? I read it can make it frizzy, but I can't stand the feel of water running down my back!
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Re: Hair in a towel

I take a towel and scrunch my hair to take the excess water out and I do this in sections all over my head like 4 or 5.  I do not wear a towel.

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Re: Hair in a towel

Use an old cotton t shirt to cut down the frizz instead of a towel.

 

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Re: Hair in a towel

I use an Aquis Hair Turban.

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Re: Hair in a towel

    @mamawsboys 

I use a nice big 100% cotton floursack dish towel. Flat fabric, tight weave.

I avoid the loops in both regular bathroom towels and microfiber.

 

I have a lot of hair. Sometimes I'll cover it with the floursack towel and then top that with a microfiber wrap. The excess water soaks through the first towel, right into the microfiber, but the loops never touch my wet hair.

 

Another option is 100% cotton reusesable, no-fold cloth diapers.

Wall Mart sells some. More online.

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: Hair in a towel

I use a microfiber turbi twist.  No frizz.  

 

I have it on for about 5 minutes before I blow dry my hair. It just takes out some of the excess moisture. 

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Re: Hair in a towel

Every day.  Aquis is probably my fav.

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Registered: ‎03-11-2010

Re: Hair in a towel

Aquis hair turban. Love it.

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Re: Hair in a towel

I use a turby towel.  Have for years.  It's so easy and no towels flopping around. 

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