News Flash: Towel-Drying Isn't Good For Your Hair
If you've got damaged, weakened, coloured or chemically-afflicted hair, towel-drying should be off-limits. I know it seems like an instinct to flip your hair upside-down and rub it roughly between your towel, but it turns out that could be causing further damage and unwanted frizz.
Celebrity hairstylist Monae Everett told Huffpost that the hair shaft can be roughed up drying the hair with materials like cotton terry cloth which "can worsen split ends and cause small craters along the hair shaft, weakening the hair".
This is where materials like microfibre cloth come in. You might've also heard of curly-haired girls using T-shirts to wrap their hair in an effort to eliminate frizz - let me tell you, that concept has merit.
Why You Should Invest In A Hair Turban
Not only does a hair turban stay in place much better than a T-shirt, but it also causes less stress to the hair than a traditional towel. The ILES Formula Hair Turban is made from high-quality microfibre cloth, designed to remove excess water from the hair without roughing up the hair shaft in the process.
Using this microfibre hair turban can reduce frizz in both damaged & naturally curly hair types
The generously sized turban features an elasticised band for a secure fit with a loop closure
It's highly absorbent & removes excess water from the hair before air or blow-drying
ILES Formula Hair Turban comes in grey & white with a biodegradable bag for gym or travelling
It removes the need for excessive rubbing of the hair which can cause damage/breakage
Keeps wet hair out of your face while cleansing, applying skincare or doing your makeup