I don't know about you, but I REALLY hate having my big body towel wrapped up on my head. I have always flipped my hair upside down, wrapped my body towel around my head, and let it balance precariously up there until I'm ready to do my hair. Now, as a mom, my chance to do my hair usually comes at least 30 minutes after getting out of the shower. So for those 30 minutes, I'm bending over, nursing my baby, picking up toys, making a meal, getting dressed, doing my makeup...while constantly battling that terrible towel bouffant on my head. It falls out a dozen times, pulls my hair, weighs a ton, and drives me nuts every morning! Inevitably, I always take it off well before I'm ready and my hair dries too much to be able to style it. So up it goes in a pony tail, while I curse that darn towel for the rest of the day. Okay, maybe not ALL day, but at least for a few minutes...
I was so excited when my hot pink Terry Top arrived in the mail. With 4 daughters, pink was a must and I LOVE it! At first, I thought the terry was pretty stiff, but after a use or two, it was really soft. It holds back my hair perfectly and is so lightweight that I hardly notice it is there. And my favorite part is that after those typical 30 minutes between my shower and doing my hair, my hair stays wet enough to style. Honestly, I love it. And while I don't really care about using my body towel on my face, I think this is a great product and I enjoy using it! (And for the record, every time I use it...I DO think about not wiping my face with day old bum scum, too.)
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