If you have read even one curly hair article then you've probably heard that fuzzy, terrycloth towels are bad for us. But in the absence of a towel, how else are you supposed to dry your soaking wet curls?
You could use a t-shirt, but some people find it difficult to fit all of their hair into them. You could use a microfiber towel, but you might need to use a clip or band to secure it. NaturallyCurly Editor Amanda has been using the best of both worlds: a Curly Tee Towel. This is how Amanda feels about it:
"The Curly Tee Towel is now a staple. Absolutely brilliant. Can't live without it. This is my favorite product we have ever received! This is a simple yet brilliant innovation! Now when I am getting dressed I can applying my beauty products without water dripping down my face, neck, and clothes! This is perfect to wear while getting ready for a formal event and you want to wear the perfect wash and go!"
The Curly Tee Towel looks a little bit like a baby onesie - like a t-shirt that has the bottom and sleeves sealed. The sleeves are longer than a t-shirt and easy to tie in a knot, and the bottom is closed off so that wet hair doesn't drip all over your back. Plus, using this to dry your hair has many benefits:
- Protecting your hair with this microfiber fabric can reduce breakage to help you retain length
- When you take your hair down, your wash and go will have less frizz
- Tie the drawstring around your head for a snug fit that will stay put while you sleep
- The 100% cotton jersey fabric is safe for all hair types, even wigs and extensions.
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If you'd like to try a Curly Tee Towel, they are also offering a discount code for 10% off all orders from May 29, 2015 to June 1, 2015 when you use the code TRIEDIT2015. You can find it at CurlyTee.com.
This article is sponsored by Curly Tee Towel.