A while ago I shared this post on “How to Protect Your Hair at Night“, but since then (unless you’ve done the big chop) I’m sure your hair has gotten a lot longer and that Satin Bonnet may not fit like it used to. I discovered a great alternative to the Satin Bonnet that prevents lint buildup, frizziness, and waking up without a scarf on your head… the Satin Du-Bag!
Check out this quick product review of the Satin Du-Bag and a tutorial of using this satin scarf with Marley Twists and with Locs!
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If you’re interested in a Satin Du-Bag for yourself visit the Crown Elements website at NuGrowthEssentials.com!
3 Tips to Loc Your Hair Faster | CurlyNuGrowth
July 12, 2015 at 10:24 am
[…] your hairs to intertwine. That means keeping everything contained. Make sure you’re wearing a satin scarf at night and using a stocking cap with every […]
5 Tips to Grow Thick Locs
March 15, 2016 at 10:09 pm
[…] Also, no more going to bed without a scarf on a cotton pillowcase and drying out your locs. Protect your locs at night with a Satin scarf, to prevent dryness, lint accumulation, and tension from rolling over your locs […]
Crochet Marley Twist Out Style | CurlyNuGrowth
August 1, 2016 at 1:07 pm
[…] slept in the twists over night, protecting with my Du-Bag (of course!), and did the twist out the next […]
January 13, 2017 at 1:29 pm
I would like to purchase a du-bag. How do I go about it since your website says it’s down
January 13, 2017 at 2:57 pm
Please visit the new site, NuGrowthEssentials.com
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January 31, 2017 at 10:55 am
[…] since switched to using Du-Bags! You can check out the review for the Satin Dubags in the “How to Protect Long Locs at Night!” […]