If you’ve been following the blog, you know that I get the chunkiest, frizz-less and most defined wet sets on damp, not dripping wet hair. After washing, conditioning and detangling, I rinse my hair clean and get out of the shower. I then blot my hair with Hand Dry Hair Gloves or a Curls Like Us Curls Cloth, prior to air drying for 5-10 minutes. To be quite honest, a t-shirt or paper towel would get the job done just as well. Whatever you choose to use, be sure to blot, never RUB!
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I just got a microfiber hair turban from dollar tree today; i do not believe in going broke trying to take care of my hair LOL!
@ Anon 1.40a, a lot of naturals have success with t-shirts.
I have 3 of those terry turbans that I got new from freecycle.com and they work great..if I didn't have those, I think I'd make one with a terry cloth towel and keep it simple lol 🙂
I have the curl cloths and love them. 🙂 ~KF519
OMG, not yet another thing to buy!! This natural hair business is expensive!
They sell microfiber(mf) handtowels and turbans at the Dollar Tree store.
I use a larger Aquis mf turban that I got from Marshall's for $7.99 to cover my double showercaps and wet handtowel that I layer for DC steam treatment in the sauna at the gym.
I've actually reappropriated the dish towels I found at Marshalls to hair drying duty – once I realized that microfiber was the way to go.
Thanks for your honesty! I was already thinking of shipping it to Brazil (costly).
I was so excited because I found some microfiber hair cloths at TjMaxx for like $9 as opposed to the $20 for curl cloths.