Hair Curler Tip: Cleaning Your Curling Headband

Posted by Emily Kenison on

Keeping your curling headband fresh is a breeze. You don't need to wash it frequently thanks to its unique H2Air Tex fabric that resists moisture buildup. When it's time for a refresh, you have options. The washing machine works in a pinch – just use a cold, gentle cycle and a garment bag for extra protection. For those who prefer a hands-on approach, hand washing is a breeze. Fill a sink with cold water, add a touch of mild detergent, soak your headband for 10-20 minutes, rinse, and gently wring it out. Lay it flat to dry for the best results. Say goodbye to fuss and hello to fresh curls!

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