Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by IDareT'sHair, Oct 24, 2015.
Thank you. Will pick some up.
I use a towel. I wrap my head in it, let it sit for about 10 minutes, then wrap the towel around my shoulders and let it drip dry the rest of the way for styling
Turbie or microfiber.
Towel to blot then I wear a turbie until my hair is almost dry
T-shirt, sometimes sleep in it, if i'm lazy
A towel. I should probably switch that up. But my hair curly is short and I don't use the towel for long. At least that's my excuse.
Towel, but I think I may need to upgrade.
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Thank You So Much Ladies!......
@greenandchic @oneastrocurlie I thought I was the only one.
We probably need to change things up and try some different methods.
I own a turbie twist but it doesn't see any action unless I use it to provide extra heat for my dc. My hair is high porosity so I just ring out the water and clip my hair into 1-4 bantu knots until it's at the dampness I need. I pat my edges with a shirt or towel to get rid of the drippies. Using a towel, microfiber, or tshirt gets my hair too dry before I'm ready to style it.
A pillow case...or two. Easy to wrap and gentle on the strands
Nice. Thank You!
WOW What a Novel Idea! Thank You.
I use a t-shirt. Anything else causes my strands to snap.
I have a twistie turbie that I used to use, but now I'm hooked on using a t-shirt. It's works best for me especially when air drying. It gives me smoother results and like others mentioned it doesn't snag my hair.
That's an awesome idea!!!
In the past: turbie twist and tshirt
Thanks Ms. Waist L-D's and Ms. YaYa.
So I used a T-Shirt tonight. For some reason I feel like I need two.
Anyway, though....so far so good.
T-shirt or microfiber cloth
Turbie. But I'm thinking about switching, because I feel like it tangles. Or it could be because I need a trim really badly. . . .
I have two turbies, but I'm not really fans of them for drying my hair. Tried microfiber towels a couple of times and felt like I still had frizz. Lately, I have been using 100% cotton t shirts if any excess water is left in my hair after squeezing out, when I don't want to style on completely wet hair!
This is random, but I have also used these before after spotting them in my dad's garage, and they actually worked pretty well to get excess product/gel out of my dripping wet hair post wash n go! I just scrunched my hair a couple times, then went about my day air drying, no issues!
I use a towel. I let it sit for 10 minutes and then I add all my products. But, I'm thinking of getting a microfiber towel.
towel or turbie!
I use a towel most times because its closer at had. I dont swoosh and rub though.
T-Shirts get too soaked too quickly.
I use a microfiber towel or the turbie twist. I prefer the towel though b/c I can get all my hair in it
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I went back to the Towel. (For Now) The T-Shirt was getting soaked too quickly.
I will look into Microfiber.
I have been using t shirts for a while, but as stated above it just gets soggy and wet so fast. I just bought a pack of 2 turbies, which I plan to try this weekend!
I've used all and prefer tshirt material.
I use t-shirts, probably about 3 or 4.
Agreed about the Sogginess. Please come back & give your review of the Turbie.
Thanks! I wish I could find something in T-Shirt material.