Like every curly I am on the constant look-out for ways to reduce frizz. When it comes to effectively eliminating frizz not only the right techniques, but also using the right material is crucial. In today’s post I would like to talk about the Hair Remedie Frizz Eliminating Towel, because it is a great product to help reduce frizz!
As I have already mentioned before, drying your curls with the same towel you have used on your body is a no-go, as terry towels cause curly hair to be frizzy! Although I have tried different towels specifically made for curly hair, I chose to use an old t-shirt of mine to get my curls from dripping wet to just wet after having washed them up until now (the other towels I have used were too small to plop my curls).
Why you should give the Hair Remedie Frizz Eliminating Towel a try
However, the Hair Remedie Frizz Eliminating Towel is a better alternative than my t-shirt, because it:
- is large (36×20 inches)
- is more absorbent than a cotton t-shirt, because it is made of two thick layers
- reduces frizz
I am therefore replacing my old t-shirt and I will be using the above depicted towel by Hair Remedie to dry my curls on a washing day.
How to use the Hair Remedie Frizz Eliminating Towel
I use the towel to start drying my curls in between adding styler and blow-drying my curls: I first add my usual styler to dripping wet curls, continue to scrunch them first with my bare hands and then with the Hair Remedie towel until there is no more water dropping from my curls. If you also get better curly results with plopping, you should plop for a few minutes (it is also possible to plop your curls with this towel – I am planning to show you how to in a video!) before you start to either blow-dry your curls or letting them air-dry.
Are you wondering why my curls look this shiny in the above picture? It is not only because of the Hair Remedie Frizz Eliminating Towel, but also because I found a great hairdresser for curly hair and got a new haircut there yesterday (yes, those are my second day curls!). I will be sharing the whole story in my next post!