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Old 09-01-2013, 07:37 AM   #1
 
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So school is coming back and that means that I only have so much time to do my hair in the morning! I have to shower everyday because I work out everyday and it would be gross if I didn't. I also style my hair when it's soaking wet, but I need help on drying my hair quickly. I have a microfiber towel and a diffuser but I want my hair to go from soaking to pretty much dry in about 10 minutes. Any tips that won't leave my hair a big frizz ball?
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What time of day do you work out?
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If you work out at night then take a shower and style it and sleep with a turbie twist on! It's help plop the curls and it'll be damp the next morning, but should be dry in about 10-30 min. That's my morning hair routine for school since I don't want to go to school with hair wet. Shower at night, use product in wet hair, and turbie twist! Works charms and isn't uncomfortable to sleep in
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So school is coming back and that means that I only have so much time to do my hair in the morning! I have to shower everyday because I work out everyday and it would be gross if I didn't. I also style my hair when it's soaking wet, but I need help on drying my hair quickly. I have a microfiber towel and a diffuser but I want my hair to go from soaking to pretty much dry in about 10 minutes. Any tips that won't leave my hair a big frizz ball?
You will likely damage your hair trying to go from soaking to dry in ten minutes. Many people shower their body without washing their hair, you might consider dry shampoo. Not sure if you literally mean you train seven days a week but if so that is not recommended, active rest/ recovery days are critical.

THE NATURAL HAVEN: Blow Drying Reduces Moisture in Hair (even with low heat!)
http://journal.scconline.org/pdf/cc1...141-p00153.pdf
THE NATURAL HAVEN: Heat on Wet Hair = Bubble Hair
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Old 09-02-2013, 05:35 AM   #5
 
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If you work out at night then take a shower and style it and sleep with a turbie twist on! It's help plop the curls and it'll be damp the next morning, but should be dry in about 10-30 min. That's my morning hair routine for school since I don't want to go to school with hair wet. Shower at night, use product in wet hair, and turbie twist! Works charms and isn't uncomfortable to sleep in
I run in the morning unfortunately . It's way too hot where I live to run any other time so I have to get up really early to do a run. But I think I'll try plopping! I hear that it's a great way to dry hair fast and I can leave it on to dry longer than 10 min while I do my makeup and morning routine! Thanks!
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So school is coming back and that means that I only have so much time to do my hair in the morning! I have to shower everyday because I work out everyday and it would be gross if I didn't. I also style my hair when it's soaking wet, but I need help on drying my hair quickly. I have a microfiber towel and a diffuser but I want my hair to go from soaking to pretty much dry in about 10 minutes. Any tips that won't leave my hair a big frizz ball?
You will likely damage your hair trying to go from soaking to dry in ten minutes. Many people shower their body without washing their hair, you might consider dry shampoo. Not sure if you literally mean you train seven days a week but if so that is not recommended, active rest/ recovery days are critical.

THE NATURAL HAVEN: Blow Drying Reduces Moisture in Hair (even with low heat!)
http://journal.scconline.org/pdf/cc1...141-p00153.pdf
THE NATURAL HAVEN: Heat on Wet Hair = Bubble Hair
Thanks for the concern! No I don't train everyday, but I run for about 20-30 min a day to keep healthy! And I do actual training only about 3-4 days a week. And I think I'll try plopping for a while(more than 10 min) while I do my makeup and routine so that when I diffuse my hair I won't damage it from drying too quickly! Do you think that could work?
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