Quick Tip #15: Say, “No!” to Traditional Towels

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I know, I know! You refuse to give up your traditional loop towel for a T-shirt. I agree. A T-shirt just doesn’t dry hair as efficiently (or neatly). I, too, tried drying my hair with a T-shirt, and it just DID NOT work for me! I’m sorry, but it’s just not for everyone!

However, traditional towels can cause friction, frizz, and even lead to hair breakage, especially over an extended period of time. So, what’s a naturalista to do? Use microfiber instead!

I love microfiber hand towels and bath towels. And, over Christmas, I received a Turbie Twist in an adorable chevron pattern. The best part? It dries my mane quickly so I can moisturize my hair without it being sopping wet (or waiting hours on end for it to completely air dry).

I’ve been using microfiber for a while, but my Turbie Twist has become a game changer. With the Turbie Twist, form meets function because it’s both cute and practical. I often wrap up my hair and then eat breakfast, check e-mails, etc. Then, after about 30-60 minutes, I’ll untie my Turbie Twist and moisturize my hair. It has virtually erased the “waiting game” during my hair wash routine. Gone are the days of being self-imprisoned at home while I wait for my hair to dry! I absolutely love my Turbie Twist, and I think you will love it, too!

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