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Mommy's Lil Helper: Hair Turban

Mommy's Lil Helper: Hair Turban

When I leave for work, my kids are usually still sound asleep. But since we have rather small living quarters, blow-drying my hair isn't an option as it shakes them from their slumber. If you're a mom who needs to sneak out of the house, but still look somewhat presentable — try the microfiber hair turban ($11) by Spa Sister to drain the moisture from your hair. While your tresses are wrapped in the ultralight towel, you can tackle the morning mommy chores of setting out breakfast, packing school lunches, and signing permission slips.

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macgirl macgirl 8 years
I've thought about getting one of these but if I get too much moisture out of my hair before it hangs naturally it does very weird things.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I wish I had hair that allowed for not blow-drying it, but it always looked awful if it air-dryed at all, much less in a turban. My kids slept through the hairdryer, though. Probably out of necessity.One more reason bald is so wonderful right now. *lol*
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I wish I had hair that allowed for not blow-drying it, but it always looked awful if it air-dryed at all, much less in a turban. My kids slept through the hairdryer, though. Probably out of necessity. One more reason bald is so wonderful right now. *lol*
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