Soap & Glory Hair Turban

Remember the Turbie Twists? My Mum used to swear by them. I had stuck to regular towels, because at the time, I had short, short hair - think Princess Di - and only grew it after completing my Masters'. But my hair grows very quickly (the hairdresser says it is because of two decades of constant cutting) and dries very slowly each time I wash it - if I wash my hair in the morning, it dries by bedtime. If I wash my hair at night, it is still wet the following morning. And I try to avoid heat-drying whenever possible.
I came across the Soap & Glory Hair Turban in Boots when they had a 3-for-3 offer across the brand and picked up two of these.
Here is my review of the Soap & Glory Hair Turban, a microfibre towel that dries hair very quickly.

Scroll down for my thoughts on the Soap & Glory Hair Turban.






Like the Turbie Twists, the Soap & Glory Hair Turban is also a tapered microfibre "pouch" for the hair with a button and loop. The cloth is super-soft and thick has a girly pink-and white design. Incidentally, my hair is longer than the turban. I have to fold it up to fit it all in the turban.
Here is my review of the Soap & Glory Hair Turban, a microfibre towel that dries hair very quickly.

Like the Turbie Twists, you flip down your hair and get it all into the turban and twist the tapered end upwards, and slip the button through the loop at the end. As I said, I cannot get all my hair into the turban without folding it.
Here is my review of the Soap & Glory Hair Turban, a microfibre towel that dries hair very quickly.


Verdict

The Soap & Glory Hair Turban does not miraculously give me dry hair in half an hour. What it does is make my dripping hair just damp. 80% dry. And then, I can let the rest air-dry without problems. There is no need to reach for the hair dryer to get my locks dry. Best of all, the turban smooths down frizz to a large extent.
The turban is easy to clean; I just pop it in the washing machine with all the whites. I have two, and keep one for hair masks. These turbans cost £7.50 at Boots here and on Amazon. The Turbie Twists cost $12 - which is £7.50! This may seem expensive for what seems like a glorified towel but the turbans are definitely thicker, softer and superior than the 99p rip-offs doing the rounds on eBay and Amazon. Go buy one - it will change the way you dry your hair!

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