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How to Dry Your Hair with Less Damage

Do you ever get out of the shower, feel that your hair is well conditioned, but after drying your hair feels well…dry? Or when you see several strands of your hair stuck to the towel you wrapped your hair in? Well, the material your towel is made of could be the main culprit.


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Wet hair is weaker and softer than dry hair and needs to be handled with care. Unfortunately, towels aren't the most gentle tool you could use. The material most towels are made of creates grooves in the towel. Those grooves become aggressors to the hair cuticle and can pull out strands or cause split ends. Also, towels absorb all of the moisture from the hair, leaving the hair frizzy.

T-shirts, on the other hand, don’t have the aggressive grooves like towels. Instead, they have a smoother, flatter surface. They also absorb excess water so they aren't removing all of the moisture from your hair.

Do you use a t-shirt to dry your hair?



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  1. I AGREE WITH YOU, AS I USE A SHIRT TO DRY MY HAIR AND ANYTIME I VISIT THE SALON, I GO WITH MY SHIRT.

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    1. That's a good idea. I hadn't thought about bringing my t-shirt to the salon.

      Thanks for reading Titilope!

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