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Curl Cloth Giveaway

By January 27th, 2021102 Comments

Curl Cloth Giveaway
Curl Cloths are all the rage on the popular hair boards. I’m not a Wash-n-Go’er but for those of you that are, these cloths are worth looking into.

According to the product description, their smooth, flat surface is designed to wick away just the right amount of moisture from your hair ensuring that your favorite curl-friendly styling product properly sets the curl for optimal smoothness, shine and definition.

I received some to try and review a few months ago, and although I’m not using them the way that they’re intended to be used (I use them to pull excess water out prior to henna’ing or deep conditioning), I’m still pretty impressed.

If you’d like to win a free set of Curl Cloths, tell me why you’d like to try one. Leave your comment below, and be sure to include at least your first name. Next Tuesday at 5pm, I’ll pick and announce the winner!

Later Gators,


  • Unknown says:

    Hi Nik,
    I'm not really sure of whether or not the towel giveaway is a current opportunity but here goes…

    So, I've never really made an attempt to win anything online before outside of the HGTV Dream Home Giveaway (every year for the past 3 years – still anxiously waiting on that call) but I am interested in testing out this product for a number of reasons…

    1) The Hanes Tshirts that I purchased and took apart planning to one day sew my own Curly Cloth seem to have disappeared
    2) The Hanes Tshirts were not really soaking up water anyway
    3) I'm done with thoroughly soaking my towel after I wash my hair
    4) Dripping on wet tile after said hair wash seems to be dangerous
    and last but not least
    5) I'd really like to try that towel to see if it is really all the rave 🙂
    Have a Great Day!
    Shelley Pamphile (Pam – Feel)

  • Professor1235 says:

    I would like to try one to compare to using a regular towel and using an old T-shirt. I have used both and am finding difficulties with each.

  • Nila says:

    Hey Nikki,

    I would love to try get my hands on one of these towels because my natural hair deserves the best. I usually have to let my hair air dry because I am afraid of the terry cloth damage. As a new natural girl, I have been introducing my hair to so many new things and my hair is loving it and what better way to reward my hair after a great wash, then with a friendly towel to cuddle in and gently release the excess moisture. I am glad to be a natural and I will never go back :).

    Thank you for your consideration.

    Nila Griffin

  • Unknown says:

    I would love to win one of these of cloths because I am new to transitioning. I also love to wash and go. I have seen these cloths but they are hard to find in my area because I stay in a small town which we don't have a hair store only family dollars and dollars general. I have to drive 30 to 45 minutes to get to the nearest hair store.

  • MW says:

    Nikki–It must be fate! I ran across these cloths today and did lots of internet research this morning…then, as always, I was checking in on your site and getting my "nikki fix" when lo and behold! you are doing a give-away for the product i'm plotting on 🙂 I am eager to try this product–I have been mastering a lot of twist outs and styles recently, but nothing compares to my wash-and-go and I'd love to get back to it in a whole new way with these cloths!
    Mia D. Woods

  • stacey c says:

    I would like the curl cloth because I am a newbie to being natural and just recently learned that you should not use towels on your hair due to the frizziness and breakage that they can cause.
    Thanks Stacey C!

  • Anonymous says:

    Nikki — I'd LOVE to try this product. Currently the wash & go is my everyday style since my twa is only a couple of months old. Right now I find that towel drying makes my hair very frizzy so I've taken to using paper towel to blot my hair and absorb some of the water but not make it frizzy. This towel seems like it would do the job that paper towels are doing now and won't be as expensive as using rolls upon rolls of Bounty lol. (Monique – mojo)

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  • Unknown says:

    I have sent you a previous comment but havent picked a winner and I would honestly appreciate your giveaway!!!

  • Unknown says:

    Hey Curly Nikki! My name is Jonica Brown. I am 17 years and have been natural for almost ten months and I have yet to find a towel that wont pull out my hair. I have heard about these towels but dont have the means to get one. Winning these cool cloths is more than a contest but my lifesaver. Please help a broke teenager!!!!! XOXO

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi curly nikki
    I’m a 15 year old living in london who’s being going since halloween 08. I found out about this cloth through, and have been trying to convince my mum to buy me it! But understandably, she doesn’t want to spend any more on curl products (like all those cremes and curl-friendly conditioners :p). The reason I want it so much is that my hair gets really, really big in the mornings, regardless of satin pillows and all that jazz, so I’ve got to give it a quick wash every morning just so I can tame my mane (ha! that rhymed). I’ve tried the t shirt method but, unfortunately, my t shirts literally can’t cover all my hair :s
    So if you choose me from all these other curlies, I would be absolutely ecstatic (so would my mum lol)
    Many thanks,
    Saira m.

  • Unknown says:

    Hey Curly Nikki,

    I’m a current transitioner (4 months as of May 15, YAY! YAY! YAY!) and simply LOVING the new corkscrew curlies all over my head – 2″ to 3″ in most places! (They, my curls that is, think they are SO JAZZY, and I must agree with them! :0) Anyways, around the time that I decided to go natural, I also decided to start excercising, so I started swimming at the gym everyday-great for the body but bad for my edges. Needless to say, even though I use a swim cap, I prefer to co-wash and steam after every morning swim just to make sure I get ANY chlorine out of my hair. I would love to try these Curly Cloths, small and C.U.T.E, in hopes that when I get out of the shower and dry my hair my curls will stay corscrewy (is that a word?) instead of getting frizzy while letting me crinkly up my relaxed ends (like a wash-n-go, only with stringy relaxed ends attached – Crazy, I know!)
    Keep up the wonderful and informative work! You really don’t know how much it’s appreciated.

    Stay Fabulous,

    Brittney S.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Ms. Curly Nikki ^_^. I would really like to win your curl cloths but, I don’t want them for me. I want them for my mother ^_^. Her hair is 100% natural and since I have only been natural for 2 weeks, it is a great deal longer than mine.

    I would really like for her to have a stress free time while doing her hair and I know that this will help lessen the stress =D. She is a business owner so, anything that improves the quality of her time usage would be fantastic ^_^.

    Thank you for considering all of your followers by offering such a generous prize ^_^.

  • Maguette says:

    Hi Nikki! Curl cloths, hunh? Sounds like a must try. I BC’d 5 months ago and frankly don’t know what to do with this short hair except wash and gos. I do twist sets, and bantu knots but the process is so time consuming that I only do them max once a week. Wash and gos are so convenient and I air dry, but my hair is so thick that it takes a long time to dry. Sometimes I’ll leave the house, run my errands and come home with my hair still damp. Even if I put product to prevent frizz, I end up looking like a frizz ball. Your giveaways are great and I’m sure whoever wins it will be deserving of these cloths. Thanks for everything!!!


  • micki says:

    hi! my hair takes FOREVER to dry. like a day and a half. I wonder if this would help. I read in you blog and several others that its best to lay off the heat so I try air drying as much as possible.



  • MoZaic says:

    I would like a Curl cloth because I’m a frequent Wash-N-Go girl and this would be a great addition to my everyday routine. I workout at work in the mornings and I don’t have time to do a whole hairstyle so I wash, detangle, seal in the mositure with hair butter and run up stairs to my desk! Can’t wait to see who you pick!!!

    MoZaic Stephens

  • modest-goddess says:

    I need this product. My hair is about 8 inches long but shrinks to 2-3 inches. My hair can really hold water. I avoid using heat on my hair so it can take a long time to dry and I have to walk around with a towel around my neck.

  • Amanda says:

    This is my first visit to your blog and I hear music….hear it with me Nikki- it’s that Disney song, “A Whole New World”. I have been natural for nearly 11 years, locs for 9 years and after another big chop I’ve been rockin’ a fierce fro for the last two. In all my fabulosity I had no idea such tools existed: henna? …and so many sisters embracing their natural curl! This is cause for celebration- singing, shouting and gift giving…so go ahead and hook a sister up 🙂

    Amanda in Phoenix

  • Unknown says:

    hey nikki! i wrote a little poem to express my interest:

    short hair + busy schedule makes wash n’ go a must

    but leaving the house with wet hair often ends in a bust

    not too mention on a windy day, it will dry into a matted mess

    so with that said, i need some help so i can look my very best

    i may have found a curly cure for all my wet hair blues

    it’s called the curl cloth and having one would make my dreams come true!!!

    very corny, i know lol. but i wanted to do something different.

    Thanks CN!

  • ~namaste says:

    Greetings CN,

    I’d clove to receive one of these pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease!! my hair is ultra thick and pretty long. It takes 24-36 hours to dry when i do a T-n_C. It would be GREAT to be able to take out my twists the next morning instead of rocking a bun at work. If they work on my hair they’ll work on ANYONE’s Hair!!


  • ~namaste says:

    Greetings CN,

    I really really really need one of these!! my hair is ULTRA thick and often takes a full 24-36 hours to dry when i do a T-n-C… UGH!!! This means damp hair and twists for at least one day. I’ve tried a number of products and they never hlep. Henna’ing has helped a WEE bit but i think one of therse might be JUST the trick… help!!


  • Mia says:

    I would love to try out these towels. I live in Canada…brrr… and it would be great to try this out to see if i can leave the house without my hair sopping wet! It really sucks when it’s cold out! Thanks for your site, lots of great info!

  • Unknown says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I would love to try the Curl Cloth because I would want to stop using towels that take away too much moisture from my head causing dryness and frizziness. As I am going through this natural journey, I am always searching for products and accessories that can help me reach optimum results with my hair. I’d also like to say I really enjoy this site and learned so much about hair, ingredients and other people going through their natural journeys. So even if I am not selected as a winner, I do want to say Thank you for this site, providing great information about natural hair and breaking down the many misconceptions about natural hair.

  • Je'Kendria says:

    Hiiiii CurlyNikki! Love the blog! Well, my name is Je’Kendria and I would absolutely loove to win one of these Curl Cloths! I’ve been natural for about a year and half now, and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made! Since my hair is in an awkward length stage (too short to rock a twisted hairstyle), I usually do a co-wash-n-go hairstyle every day. My problem is not only needing a quicker way to dry, but also needing a way to keep my curls intact while drying. My hair is very thick so it takes hours to air-dry. I’m a full-time student that also works, so of course it’s very difficult to wash-n-go in the morning with optimum results. Another problem is when I decide to wear a hat on a bad hair day and I decide to go out later that night, I have to wash or rinse my hair. So basically whether it’s daytime or nighttime, I’m walking out of the house looking like I belong on the cover of Soul Glo! Not only that, the weather plays a huge role in whether or not my curls stay intact while air-drying.

    So, as you can see, a combination of all those things is why I would love to try one out. It’ll be very beneficial to someone like me! Well thanks for the opportunity and for reading my blurb! Stay beautiful!

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Ms. Nikki. i would love one of these towels. i have a lot of hair (about 39 inches at present) in locs. It takes my hair 1/2 a day to dry, and it’s either soaking my back or my pillow, depending on if I’m asleep or awake. You’d make a nappy woman so happy! Yours truly, Ms. Cymande the Locrocker.

  • momo7 says:

    Wow @ the great deal of responses this blog entry has received compared to the poo bar entry. We all must want “dry” hair! I may as well comment too. I would love one of these in place of my microfiber towel I use during my weekly wash nights. Many times, I have to wait about a day for my hair to dry (wearing a hat or headwrap in btwn time to go outside) before wearing it down, but this towel would probably drastically cut down drying time.

  • Unknown says:

    I am a big fan of the wash n’ go, especially on the weekends. I use a regular towel with the same result as everyone else, the frizzies. Sometimes I use paper towels, but that is costly, but there is less frizz. Sometimes I just shake my head to get out the excess water, plop some moisturizer onto my hair, put some tui oil on the ends and go. But I hate going out with drippy hair and a wet neck. I usually throw a paper towel around my neck to catch the drippies, but that looks ridiculous. It reminds me of the day when folks were sporting Jheri curls and put paper towels around the necks and on their shoulders to catch the drippy moisturizer. Yuck! I think this product will make my wash n’go styling much quicker and simpler. I can kiss the paper and cloth towels goodbye. Thanks for reading.

  • Unknown says:

    I am a big fan of the wash n’ go, especially on the weekends. I use a regular towel with the same result as everyone else, the frizzies. Sometimes I use paper towels, but that is costly, but there is less frizz. Sometimes I just shake my head to get out the excess water, plop some moisturizer onto my hair, put some tui oil on the ends and go. But I hate going out with drippy hair and a wet neck. I usually throw a paper towel around my neck to catch the drippies, but that looks ridiculous. It reminds me of the day when folks were sporting Jheri curls and put paper towels around the necks and on their shoulders to catch the drippy moisturizer. Yuck! I think this product will make my wash n’go styling much quicker and simpler. I can kiss the paper and cloth towels goodbye. Thanks for reading.

  • Chanel808 says:

    I would like to try this cloth to see how it works on wash-n-gos! I like to wet my hair a lot in the summer and I just bought a new scarf to try w/a wash-n-go, but I already know that my hair will be dripping wet and the water will come through my scarf. I’m looking for something to take out the excess water…


  • Aimee says:

    To be honest my wash n’ go suck….No matter how much product or how wet my hair is there is major frizz…I hate the fact that I can’t wear my wash n’ go hairstyles to work…after 1 hr I have an afro…I think the curl cloth is the only savior for my wash n’ go..

  • Nikkia F. says:

    I have been tranisitioning for almost a year and a half. I did big chop at the year mark. The only style I have felt comfortable with is a bun due to extreme frizziness. I would really like to try the curl cloths so, I can tame the frizz and finally have the courage to wear a wash-n-go style.

  • Angel K. says:

    well Nik, to be honest, i have relaxed hair but i follow this blog like everyday so i can learn as much as a can about the versatility of natural hair and i’ve been wearing braidouts like crazy,so i need these curls cloths to allow me to dry my hair without the frizz and be able to experiment with a “natural look” and someday move on to really having natural hair 🙂

  • Ebonee says:

    I’d like to try these towels out to get a new look. I’ve been natural for a little over 2 years now, and the only natural styles I’ve worn out are puffs and I just did a two strand twist yesterday and am wearing it out today. I’ve become very frustrated at this point, because I thought that by now I’d be rockin’ new and different styles all the time, and that’s just not working for me. I don’t know what to do right now! Please Help!!!

  • mszaree says:

    I plan on doing my BC at the beginning of next month. I chose this date because I plan on trying my wash & go during the summer months. It would be great to have these cloths as a newbie to assist in my transition. My hair is super absorbent and it looks like this cloth is worth looking into.

  • KayC, The Quiet Storm says:

    I would like to try one of the cloths. My hair holds water like a sponge and takes more than 24 hours to dry. Would LOVE to find a way to make the drying process faster and more efficient.

  • Anonymous says:

    Nikki & Natural Ladies,

    I really would love to try and have something as innovative as these curl cloths because being that I am a W & G FANATIC and ALWAYS on the go (2 jobs, work-out, volunteering), I never have time to do the whole t-shirt head wrap or even towel for the drippies so I go to work everyday with a wet collar and end up getting sniffles most of the time. My mom calls me Soul Glo (from Coming to America) because the oils and water that just run down my back constantly. But, these cloths seem perfect to stop the rundown of H2O every day and keep my curls popping and looking good…The cloths look cute enough to wear in the car on the way to wherever I am going too! LoL, my neck is literally the coldest part of my body right now because of my half wet hair at work 🙂 Oh, how life would be without a cold, wet, drippy head of hair every day.

  • Margaret says:

    Hi Nikki,
    I first of all would like to say I love your blog!!! It is so informative and I appreciate the fact that although you have many subscribers, you try to answer questions and take our suggestions for articles, tutorials, etc. I would love a curly cloth. Towels make my hair so frizzy and I have started using a t-shirt instead, however it is not quite doing the job. This would most definitely be useful for me because my hair take almost 1 and 1/2 days to dry. This most definitely is not good in the Winter. LOL Thank you for the opportunity to enter. Keep up the good work!!!


  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki, My 2 daughters and I are CG newbies(5 weeks), but we can already see a great improvement in our hair thanks to all we’ve learned on My 18 year old is leaving for college next month :):( and I’ve just started to let my 12 year old take care of her own hair :):(. Although I help them both with protective styles, they both are very active young ladies and therefore do a lot a wash-n-gos. The clothes will really come in handy as the 3 of us continue our CG adventure. Thank you so much for hakimah –

  • Anonymous says:

    Awww Nikki,

    I would love to win this, because I just bc’d a few months ago and my hair is starting to get longer, which means, my wash n gos are not drying as fast anymore. I live in Europe (Military) and even though it spring it is still cool outside on most days. For instance, today is about 53 degrees and this is the high! With overcast skies plus the wind. So it is not really that fun walking outside with damp hair in cool weather…lol. I have tried plopping using a t-shirt, but that isnt really working for some reason and The paper towels work but we are on a budget and that is wasting money not too mention isnt very green. I would like to purchase a towel specifically for hair, but my budget isnt really allowing me to do this right now, I would love to try this!


  • Tina W says:

    I’d like to try these because my hair recently grew back in a part tha twas breaking and i think they’d be great to keep the length im seeing!

  • Leah says:

    Hi, I would very much like to win one of these cloths. I have curly hair and I’ve read about this cloth and thought about trying it, whether it’s worth the money or not. Currently I just use my bath towel, and us hair gel to help the friz created by my bath towel.


  • Anonymous says:

    While I definately can’t say that I’m the most deserving person on this site to be chosen for the Curl Cloths I can definately say that I’m the most desperate. lol I’m a low maintenance kind of girl so the less time spent on my hair the better…and anyone who’s transitioning know’s that if you just try a wash and go you end up looking like the love child of Michael Jackson a la 1982 and Cousin It. So, what I’m basically saying is look into your heart. Can you honestly live with yourself if you let a poor curly girl go around looking like such a hot mess? Don’t you want to make the world a better place by easing the horror of those that have to look at the limp noodle/frizzy afro headed girl? Will it make a difference if I tell you that I’ve seen little kids run crying from the sight of me? Little Timmy now needs psycho-therapy. Please, stop the madness.


  • new2locs says:

    I've noticed these towels on another blog. I've been wanting to try it but was a bit concerned paying the asking price for it! I would love to win it & try it out. I've been looking for a towel that's lint free!

  • Nada101 says:

    I would love to win the Curl Cloth Giveaway because I have read about it and I am interested in trying it. Although I am not fully natural as yet this should still work for me during my transition stage. I often have to go about with my hair wet two- three days after washing my hair. I think this may just do the trick as I do not want to use heat in my hair. Other than using it on myself I have two other women in my house who would benefit from this. My mom, who is fully natural and my sister who is in the transition stage. So one cloth will do well in three different heads 🙂


  • Nada101 says:

    I would love to win the Curl Cloth Giveaway because I have read about it and I am interested in trying it. Although I am not fully natural as yet this should still work for me during my transition stage. I often have to go about with my hair wet two- three days after washing my hair. I think this may just do the trick as I do not want to use heat in my hair. Other than using it on myself I have two other women in my house who would benefit from this. My mom, who is fully natural and my sister who is in the transition stage. So one cloth will do well in three different heads 🙂


  • CurlyKye says:

    Hey CN! I’d definitely like to win the Curl Cloth because I would love to see how this cloth compares to my microfiber towel from the auto section of Walmart *haha*. I recently clipped off the last of my relaxed ends and am loving the freedom of my 100% natural hair…I’m definitely seeing more curl definition and more clumping. During my transition I mostly wore twists so I’m looking forward to seeing how my wash n go’s will behave this summer. Thanks as usual for all of your hair advice and product reviews.


  • Unknown says:

    Man! Where do I start?? This is the product for me. I am definitely a wash and go because when I sleep, I sleep bad and I want to look good in the mornings. This product would eliminate the paper towel that I always have to take me to keep wiping on the way to work, church, etc! Pick me! I NEED IT!!!!


  • The Thrifty Dyva says:

    I would love to try this product because I think it would work great for me…I am a wash n go girl sometimes…I have been natural for about the past year but was mainly wearing braids, weaves, etc and am trying out natural styles and doing trial and error with products and tools…would love to try this one..thanks

  • These Three Kings says:

    Great giveaway! I am most certainly THE wash and go queen!!! My beautiful newly natural hair can not take another day of the microfiber towel!! After reading the reviews it seems this will set my locks free from looking so dry and maybe from the public asking me is this a ‘sew-in” or my real

    girl because you know some of those weaves can look rather dry! SIGN ME UP!!!!!!!


  • Anonymous says:

    Hi CN!

    I’d love to win these towels as all of my attempts to twist and curl have failed…so wash and go’s have been my last resort!


  • Anonymous says:

    Good Afternoon Curly Nikki,
    I would love to try the Curl Cloth because I’m new to the natural hair world, and who wouldn’t want to worship any new product, to add to there collection. Also girl Recession Recession! Are you feeling it? Lastly I have the worst luck and I never win anything. Please make my day, I sure would appreciate it 🙂

    Thanks for your time and for having another great giveaway. BTW I’m addicted to your site! My sister told me about it.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I would really like this producs because I just recently started wearing my hair in the natural state without straightening it at all.(I have not had a relaxer in 5 years) I need products and accesories to see what works best for me. I am also all the way in SOUTH KOREA, and I can’t get any products for my hair here…which makes this process much harder!!!
    Zakiyyah, the blog

  • Nika says:

    I’d like to try one because I am a big wash n goer but I’ve never got it quite right whether I use a regular towel (disaster), a microfiber towel (just aight), a t-shirt (decent) or paper towels (hilarious). I’ve tried plopping and other times I try just squeezing the water out of my hair with one of the items above. None of these are perfect. My best wash and go is when I use none of these items but then I walk out the house with water dripping down my neck and back. Not a good look especially when you have temporary hair color and the tip of each curl has a red blob on it just waiting to fall not too mention all the stares. I’d love to try these clothes Nikki.


    Nika S.

  • Tribe Life! says:

    Hola Nikki!

    I NEED a Curl Cloth because my everyday hairstyle is the wash and go, I live for it! The only part downside is how many towels I have to use…one for my shoulders and one for the space under me while I do my makeup. I drip ALL over everything(especially my clothes) and its the pits! So, your help would be welcomed with wide opened arms because I am broke student!

    Love from Texas,

  • Nobelle says:

    Hey Nikki!

    Ok, I’ll be honest–I just want the curl cloths cause they’ll go great with my bathroom decor, lol!

    (But secondly, as my hair grows longer, I notice that my Wash-n-go is becoming more of a wash-and-dry-for-two-hours-under-a-hooded-dryer-if-you-don’t-wanna-go-outside-and-end-up-sick-with-swine-flu. I bet the curl cloths would go a long way to speed up drying time, while keeping me fly and frizz free!)

  • TailorMade84 says:

    hey nikki, this is taylor 🙂 and i’d like to try the curl cloths because I been wanting to try them for some time now, but hubby won’t let loose the purse strings 🙁
    I think this product would be great for my daily wash and go’s during the summer and be helpful in keeping the right amount of water in my hair so it doesn’t dry out too quickly…(im hoping this will help me in fight against dry hair)

  • Dimitrea says:

    Hi Nikki,
    Please pick me as the winner of the Curl Cloth giveaway! Why you ask? Have you ever seen a 6’2″ uncoordinated woman try to PLOP with a t-shirt??? Trust me it’s not a pretty sight! The one and only time I tried it, once I regained consciousness, lol I vowed never to Plop again! Please help a sistah out!

  • NaturalBeautySar says:

    Dear Mrs. CurlyNikki,
    I would love to try this product because each and every time I have had tried to a wash n go my hair frizzes, shrinks, and looks like a dripping mess when I am leaving the house. I love wearing my hair out big and naturally me but I refrain from that because my wash n go’s are never good enough. I am busy so I do not have much time to twist, bantu knot, etc. Also, I am a college student and many of you may know what that is like…Living the broke lifestyle while trying to get an education and prove that I deserve and I am just as good maybe better than many of the people in my class so I feel that I have to work 10 times harder which does not give me much time to focus on hair as I would like. This would minimize the time it takes for me to do my hair in the morning before class or staying up late to deep condish and twist around midnight while saving me the little money that I do have.

    PS. I have been reading your blog for a couple months now and I am addicted. I even read the older posts that I missed. Keep doing what you do!!!

  • Franki says:

    I’ve been natural my whole life, but I just now got into really caring for/spending time on my hair. For the past five years, my wash-n-go routine was simply co-wash, detangle, and brush back into the tightest ponytail possible. Needless to say, that style was getting tired. While I love the twists, twist-outs, and knot-outs I’m rocking now, I’d love something that could help me experiment with my wash-n-gos, minus the constant ponytail.

  • Dorothy says:

    I recently went natural and I’ve had a struggle looking for products for my new hair. I have already found moisturizers and oils for my hair, but the one I’m missing is a curl cloth =]

  • Cynthia Wahl says:

    I would love to win one of these cloths because I am a newly natural girl (I BC’d March 3rd 2009), and live in a smallish town in Canada without a lot of access to products for kinky hair. There is only one store that carries black hair products, and they really only have products that are appropriate for relaxed/permed hair. I’d love the luxury of having something designed just for curly hair!


  • AshleyCamille says:

    I am a new natural, and my hair is REALLY coily, so with that being said, wash and gos are basically my only option right now that doesnt make me look like snoop from the wire…lol I’ve been using t-shirts lately, because towels tend to make my hair look like wool, but I think these curl cloths would be great!


  • True Naturalista says:

    I have been transitioning for only two months now. I am reading everything that I can possibly read about how to take care of natural hair. I have heard of this cloth on another website ( I would love to try it on my own hair. The product reviews on Naturally Curly gave the cloth a good review. Thank you very much for considering me.

  • Nene says:

    I would really love to get one of these towels. I’ve been struggling with wash and goes mainly because I can’t take out enough moisture to make my curls dry right and not drip or I take out too much moisture and my gel dries crispy. I really want to succeed at wash and goes since, at this time, my natural hair is slow growing in some areas. I feel that a shrunken wash n go will help hide those areas until they’ve caught up.

    Help a poor college sista out. 😀

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Curly Nik,I would love to try these because I like to do wash and gos so this should help me in the morning! Rasheda

  • Danielle says:

    Hello hello! I’ve been reading your blog for about a month now and it has been so helpful to me. I’ve been natural since 2007 and I hated every minute of it until I came across your blog. Thank you! That being said the wash-and-go routine is the best for me and these cloths would be really helpful.

  • Anonymous says:

    As a natural single mom to 2 natural daughters, I’m always looking for tools to save me time without sacrificing too many dimes. It seems like this product would perfect.

    Satin pillowcases, satin scarves, no-poo or lo-poo for two…conditioners…it adds up! Plus they would be syked to learn that we got something for free despite what I teach (nothing is for free).

    Kelly aka Mochacurl

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I’m right in that in between stage with Tanasha. My hair is past my shoulders when straight but super shrunken when curly. Her idea for a blog is great. I’d love that.

    Eboney, the Newbie

  • Unknown says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I would like a curl cloth because first I have no idea what it is, but second if it will help my curls then I know I would love it. i am currently working on a at home remedy conditioner for my hair, for awhile I gave up and went back to braids but I am taking them down tonight.

    – Ehi

  • CaramelPoof says:

    Nikki!!! I would love to try this product because I am jus learning to wear my hair natural, for so long I was one of those natural girls who were never proud of their hair. However I’m a low maintenenance type of girl and I hate spending lots of time twisitng my hair (only for special occasions)wash an go’s are perfect for me but I heard using regular towels was bad for your hair. I’d love the oppourunity to try this product! My fotki is caramel poof.

  • Roxy says:

    Ide like to try this because I do a wash and go year round…LOL….even in the winter…my fellow dormates look at me like I’m crazy but Im too lazy and feel my hair is too short to twist…I don’t even wear a hat nor do I towel dry….

  • Tamara says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I love all of the great tips you provide. I would like to have the curl cloth because a wash and go is my signature summer style! I wake up every morning, co wash, add product and I’m out the door. This would be great for a busy woman like me.

  • Libra08 says:

    Hey Nik,

    I would like to try these towels because I HATE the drippies! They are cold, wet, and uncomfortable! I would love to be able to do a wash and go without getting the frizzies that I normally get from towels. No matter what kind of towel I use I get the frizzies, paper towls, microfiber towels, t-shirts…I always end up a frizzy mess!

  • Ebonie says:

    I would like to have one because lately styling my hair has been a major challenge. I pray on wash n gos and sometimes it’s annoying to have to wait for my hair to dry. T-shirts don’t work properly for me and towels just make my hair a frizz ball. My currently length leaves for very few styling options, so I figure this will definitely give me more good hair days than bad.

  • A. says:

    I would like one for the simple fact that – IT WOULD SAVE MY LIFE.. Ok – not my life – but surely the lives of my delicate curls. I’m new to this natural state – and it takes a lot of product to maintain a curl.. but I can’t waste all my time away – waiting for my hair to air dry. I only use heat once every 1 or 2 months.. and that’s if I flatiron. I REFUSE to heat my hair to dry it for a natural style. So – this would save me the trouble of having sopping wet hair OR frizzy hair (because I had to use the tiniest corner of the towel to keep my hair from dripping down the back of my dress). So.. yes – THIS product would SAVE my curls LIVES!!!

  • Mzmillion aka Leslie says:

    Hey Nikki,

    I have been wanting to try these towels for a while. I have been on my goal of plopping my not really defined 4a hair and its been going good but I know the towels would help me get better results. I am out to prove that 4a/4b can plop and be gorgeous!

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m a wash and go girl and this is the first time I heard about this curl cloth. I’d like to try it as a better alternative to just using bath towels and coming back to the tub and shaking excess water out of my hair every few minutes. lol ~KF519

  • Stephanie says:

    I’d like to have a curl cloth because I don’t have an efficient way of drying my hair in the morning before I go to work. When I airdry, I’m drippy all day, and when I use a towel, I’m super frizzy! Not a good look. I’d really appreciate the opportunity to try one of these curl cloths. 🙂


  • Nyla Coils says:

    Currently, I am a plopper using a micro fiber turban with my wash-n-go. So far, the results are great! I would love to try this one as well, to see what the outcome would be.

  • Laquita says:

    I would like to try this :o) I’ve never worn a wash-n-go (outside of in between hairstyling just long enough to take pictures and then style) and I plan on experimenting with them this summer :o)

  • Jubilance says:

    Hi Nikki!

    I’d love to win one of those cloths! I recently BC’ed (about a week ago) and I’ve been loving being able to wash-and-go! But the one issue I’ve been having is getting my hair to dry enough so I can walk out of the house, but not so dry that my curls frizz up. I’d love to try this cloth and see if it improves my wash-and-gos.


  • Mechelle B. says:


    I would like to try this on my daughter. Her haird takes forever to dry and allowing her to go out with even damp hair creates a fizzy mess. I hope this product would help get excess moisture out so that she can be her naturally curly self all day long.

  • ChiChi says:

    I hate the fact that my hair is short, but still takes too long to dry. I can just imagine the headache I’ll have to deal with as it gets longer and longer. I’m also wondering how it will compare to a regular towel as I haven’t had too much of a problem soaking up a little water with those. I don’t usually wrap my hair all the way up in one, though.

    Just two weekends ago, I was inspired to try some KCCC too late on a Friday night. I didn’t want to get my scarf and pillow wets, so I put on a shower cap since that was all I had. Of course, I had to get up and go somewhere all early in the morning…all of a sudden. It was a HAM. LOL

  • Tina says:

    I have been wanting to buy a microfiber towel to help dry my Very dense hair for a while now. Unfortunately, my lack of funds won’t allow that particular purchase at the present time. I’m still using my thread-bare towels that I had in college… for my hair! And, um, I graduated in 1999! Needless to say, I could use these.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Nikki,

    This is my first time hearing about the curl cloth. I did my BC early Feb after 18m of transitioning and i’m so0o low on products i just have cantu shea butter and coconut oil shine serum! i would really love to do wash and go’s but when i use a towel it leaves my hair so0o frizzy, limp and dry! so i do the conditioner method in the morning and shake my hair until it dries which leaves me swinging water all over the walls and the floor… and my mom yells at me for getting the water everywhere… lol and i’m really broke an trying to save up for prom so0o this would be great! please can i have it, pretty please??? i love you blog btw and your hair is beautiful!…


  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you Nikki for your blog. I have been glued to it ever since I discovered in in February! I would like to try one because will be doing my BC this Thursday on my 24th birthday. I have been transitioning since November 2007 and have been eager to cut off my relaxer since the beginning of the year. I’m excited for my new natural do but am also anxious about all the changes that I will have to make in my daily routine. According to the website this cloth could help ease the transition!


  • Janel says:

    I would like to try one because I only have one microfiber towel that becomes soggy pretty quickly and does not work when I have to do a wash and go again. Other towels just make my hair really dry.

  • Ashley says:

    Waist length 3B/c hair…with the cost of Bounty Extra Soft paper towels these days you KNOW I need a change!
    The environment is going to love me too!

    Thanks Nikki,

  • Tracey says:

    Hi Nikki, I would love to win one of these because I am at the end of my transition and in dire need of anything that would help with me defining my curls and creating less frizz. As of right now everything I try causes frizz,it’s becoming something I’m getting use to 🙂 Please pick me!

  • Ms. Nwadike says:

    I am currently deep in my transition..59 weeks to be exact. and I plan on BCing this summer right before I return back to school for my fall semester. I want to revel and rock my curls. I am not gonna do what a lot of others do and flat iron it right away (no offense to those who do). So anything that can help me make my curls BLING and show people, black and white, that “ETHNIC” hair is GOOD hair is a plus =)

    choose me!

  • Anonymous says:


    I would really like to win this because I love to wear wash and gos but I always end up having water dripping all over my clothes. I do not know how many shirts that I have ruined because of the products dripping all over my shirts. I was thinking about using a diffuser, but I do not want to put heat on my hair everyday. Please save me!!!!!!


  • Unknown says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I would love to win one of these cloths. I am stuck in that in between stage where my hair isn’t long but not truly short either, so its hard to find things that work for my current state. I would like to do wash ‘n gos this summer and I think that this would help. Also I love your site, it has helped me so much. Could you maybe do a post about the curly gyrls in this in between stage. Any info you could give would be great.


  • Tasha W says:

    Hi Nikki, I would love to win the set of Curl Cloths because as a mom of an 11 month old,
    wash-n-go’s are my go-to stlye however my mid-back length hair takes forever to dry and I’m hoping this product will cut down on the drying time so I can have more time to spend outside playing with the little one instead of huddled up in the house waiiting for my hair to dry.

    Tasha W.

  • Jameira says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I love your blog. I’ve learned so much from it and have even tried the Clay mask for my hair and face as a result. I often wash and go. It consists of co-washing in the morning with Ouidad’s curl quencher conditioner. I comb it through while in the shower and then put it in a ponytail bun while putting on one of this big elastics that fit around your head to hold back the frizzies as it dries. After finishing up in the shower, I blot my hair with a towel and a few gentle squeezes here and there. After I’m dressed I hit the road to work and pull the pony tail out, fluff, roll the window down and let it air dry all the way to work.

    I’d love to try the Curl Cloth because as I’m drying I’m often still dripping excess water and if the Curl Cloth promises what it says it does…..I will drip no longer!!


  • All things P-Riv says:

    Hi Nikki,

    I’ve seen these cloths a few months ago and always wondered how well they worked. I would like to try it because I have not mastered or even had a chance to wear a wash in go because everytime I tried it was a dripping mess and took forever to dry and I would always end up with a ponytail. So maybe if I had the cloth it would do as it promised and remove just enough of the drip and save me some time drying!!

    Pick me!


  • Anonymous says:

    I have never seen anyhing like it. I would love to try it with my hair cause regular towels tend to take too much water and moisture out of my hair.

  • Shana says:

    I only do the wash n’ go . . .regular towels leave me frizzy so I usually end up letting my hair stay saturated and it takes up to 4 (or more) hours to completely dry . . . this towel may be worth taking a look at!


  • Shana says:

    I’m big on the wash n’ go and my regular towels always leave me frizzy so I end up letting my hair stay saturated and having it take up to 4 or more hours to completely dry . . . this towel may be worth taking a look at . . .


  • mothereartha says:

    I’d definitely like to try one b/c I don’t really care for my microfiber towel and since my hair is short now I’m consantly washing and going and need a tool that takes some of the water but not all for styling my hair. Count me in! THanks!


  • Desiree says:

    Showering at night to do my hair and then again the morning to wake up isn’t an option for me so I frequently show up to work with my BSL hair laying against my head, looking like a drowned rat! I’d love to try these cloths and then maybe I’ll be able to come to work and look semi-decent before 4pm when my hair is FINALLY dry! 🙂

  • Natakue says:

    I wonder how this compares to the Curlease towel…maybe I’ll just scoot on over to NC and check out the reviews. =)

  • Maria says:

    Hi Nikki! I would like to win this product because I’ve always wanted one of these cloths. I am trying to figure out how to plop and I know the Curl Cloth will help with frizz. Thank you!

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