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HuptyDumpty 08-04-2012 03:40 AM

Satin or silk pillowcase?
 
What is better a satin or a silk pillowcase?

rbb 08-04-2012 06:43 AM

there is a whole thread or two or three on this, explaining it. put it in the search box and they should come up.
i can never remember the difference, but i did buy the pillowcases on curlmart and it seems they were the right choice.

earthnut 08-04-2012 07:50 AM

I use the cheapest polyester satin pillowcase I could find, and it works great, so I'd say neither is better.

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creativelicense 08-04-2012 12:58 PM

I have both and I prefer my silk pillowcase. My satin one was around $4 at Bed Bath and Beyond and is just OK.

My silk pillowcase I found on Amazon for $19.99 and I really like it. It does a nice job of not taking moisture out of my hair (like my cotton pillowcases do). I can also get 2nd hair if I put my hair in a pineapple and sleep on the silk pillowcase, because it doesn't rough up my hair, something that I can't really achieve as well with my satin case.

If price isn't a barrier, go for silk. If it is, satin is still better at reducing frizz than a cotton pillow case.

HuptyDumpty 08-04-2012 02:19 PM

Thanks for your replies! I searched and i found many threads!

FrizzBgone 08-06-2012 09:29 PM

Love my silk pillowcases. Hated the satin ones. The satin made me sweaty. Silk is a natural fiber so it is more expensive, but well worth the money IMO.

Morgan_Adcock 08-07-2012 03:48 PM

Silk is. It's a natural fibre which can be cooling when it's hot, and warming when it's cold.

Satins made with man-made fibres are still better than cotton as, like silk, they don't pull at your hair or pull moisture out of it. However, they can be hot, and cause you to sweat.

I got mine at Dharma Trading Company. Their prices and service are terrific! Here's a link.

flyfxs 08-07-2012 07:03 PM

I like both silk and high quality satin. I opted to make my own pillow cases by going to the fabric store and buying the material myself. The prices to purchase cases are just too high!

Oh yeah, I didn't sew anything and used stitch witchery to make my pillow cases and scarfs. Best decision I ever made!




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