You're probably used to rubbing our bath towel on your drenched hair to soak up the water while standing in front of an electric fan on full blast. Busy days do happen and you sometimes don't even have the option to use a blowdryer. So you don't really have much of a choice but to head to work with damp locks, which can be very annoying as pollution can make your bagong-ligo smell disappear the instant you step out of the house.

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Here's a simple, logical solution: try a hair turban. It's a microfiber towel that you can wrap around your head. Leaving it on for five minutes will dry your locks by up to 80 percent without heat! Air-dry it, and you'll have ready locks before you head out the door. A bonus benefit is that your tresses will be less frizzy, thanks to the fabric's anti-static texture.

Here are a few hair turbans you can try:


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TRY: Aquazorb Turban, P230, SM Megamall

TRY: The Body Shop Freddie The Fox Hair Wrap, P695, SM Megamall

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TRY: Aquis Lisse Luxe Hair Turban, P1,772, Sephora

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