Kitsch’s microfiber hair towels make wash day a breeze

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Do you live in mortal fear after washing your hair, worried that leftover product and water will slide into your eyes or stain your clothes? There’s an easy fix for that. Kitsch’s microfiber hair towels ensure your ends never drip when you step out of the shower. 

Naturally curly hair aficionados know the magic of the microfiber towel. They’re great because they help reduce frizz, breakage and your hair is free of lint once it’s dried. However, the Kitsch microfiber hair towels are especially great because they’re specifically designed to wear like a hat. If you’ve ever seen a teen movie where someone has their hair wrapped in a perfectly sculpted towel, this Kitsch microfiber towel is exactly that, but without all the effort to keep it in place.

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The towel is super soft and it actually reduces the time you spend blow-drying your hair. There’s a tiny hoop in the front of the towel, and in the back of the towel is a button to hook the front and the back together. Even better, the towels come in a bunch of cute prints. 

Kitsch Microfiber Hair Towel Wrap, Leopard,$18.97 (Orig. $29.99)

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Kitsch Microfiber Hair Towel Wrap, Palm Leaves, $19.99

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Kitsch Microfiber Hair Towel Wrap, Pink, $20.06

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Kitsch Microfiber Hair Towel Wrap, Micro Dot, $18.99

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Kitsch Microfiber Hair Towel Wrap, White, $16.99

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The hair towel itself is rated 4.6 out of five stars and it has thousands of reviews with one person saying it helps her get ready faster.

“I purchased this towel after I was tired of wrapping giant towels around my hair only for them to fall off constantly,” they wrote. “What I love most about this towel is that it’s lightweight and I can get out of the shower, put product in my hair, and then wrap my hair up to dry while I get everyone ready.”

Another customer, who left five stars said that the Kitsch microfiber hair towels are great for those with curly and coarse hair types.

“This is perfect for my naturally curly hair especially if I want to curl it up really tight,” they explained. “Absorbs just the right amount of water from my hair but I can style it without it being frizzy. I would definitely recommend this to curly-haired ladies and to those ladies who have extremely thick hair that hold a lot of water.”

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