Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Giveaway: Turbie Twist [CLOSED]

Y'all....its cold. Like COLD, cold. Once it gets cold, I don't want to do much with my hair. Especially wash and air dry because ITS COLD. I don't have time for that. I do, however, am in the process of trying to cut back on the amount of blow drying I do just for my own personal reasons. Enter the Turbie Twist. Instead of sitting there with a towel or rubbing it, causing frizz, or trying to find an old shirt, I just use my Turbie Twist and it just soaks up the excess water without disturbing my hair. I just relax after a wash and let my hair dry a bit then get to styling.
Since I love mine so much, I KNEW you some of you would too and luckily I have 3 to give away!!!!! Entry is easy peasy, just comment below on how you're retaining moisture in your hair this winter along with your email address and 3 people will be picked via Random.org.
Winners will be chosen tomorrow night at 12pm EST and notified by 5PM EST

6 comments:

  1. I'm keeping up with DCing, or atleast trying to; spraying with my water/oil mix at least twice during the day; and turbaning whenever possible.

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  2. I've noticed the winter months are especially cruel to my hair so I've been deep conditioning with with conditioners infused with olive and Moroccan oils, also beef before I start my day and before I go to bed, I make sure to moisturize my hair (especially the ends) with olive and Jamaican black castor oils.

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  3. Glenda Pearson-DixonDecember 11, 2013 at 8:30 PM

    (pearson1012@ec.rr.com) I continue to spritz my hair twice a day with water, aloe vera juice, castor oil, and conditioner. I co-wash, deep condition, and moisturize using the LOC method weekly.

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  4. (modestvolume@gmail.com) I'm retaining moisture by using oils like coconut or carrot to lock it in.

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  5. I put extra conditioner and 2 kinds of moisturizer instead of just one, in it as soon as I finish washing. I then put oil on it and just let it dry. So far (past 4 weeks), my hair is staying moisturized a lot longer than normal, which is great because it gets dry fast. nlm300@aol.com

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