Like the name implies, Save The Blow Dry saves you from having to blow dry and style your hair. The little blurb on the back of the packaging really caught my attention when I started reading: "Did you know that on average, we girls spend over two hours a week blow drying and styling our locks?" That is a staggering statistic right there! This product has definitely come in handy and I have significantly cut down on the extra time it would normally take me to blow dry and style my hair. This shower cap is definitely the cutest one I have ever seen, and considering how obsessed I am with bows, I was just bound to love it!
Save The Blow Dry is super roomy, allowing for even the longest hair to fit inside. The elastic band fits nice and snug on my head, so I don't have to readjust it in the shower and my hair stays completely dry. The inside of the cap is lined with super-absorbent micro-weave towelling (it is so soft!), keeping humidity and condensation away. The cap can also be reversed when doing a hair mask treatment (as pictured above) so that the plastic side is on the inside, This way, the micro-weave on the outside will retain the heat escaping from your head and make you hair mask that much more effective since the treatment will have penetrated deeper into the hair. You can then easily wash the residue off the plastic side of the cap when your done, and voilà: smooth hair galore!
|Yup, plenty of room in there for all of it! :)|
|I love bows! <3|
You can purchase Save The Blow Dry online from the website savetheblowdry.com, and it is priced at £14.95, with shipping outside of the UK costing £3.00. The company has partered with a charity called Khandel Light, and every shower cap sold through the website directly funds a fortnight’s safe drinking water for a family in and around the deserted region of Khandel, Rajasthan, India, one of the most impoverished regions in the world. The product isn't yet listed in the US or Canada, but I think it is great that the company is looking to expand across the pond since we are definitely in need of good quality shower caps!
What do you think? Is there a gap for this type of product in America? Where would you expect to see Save The Blow Dry being sold, and for how much?
*Disclaimer: This shower cap was kindly sent to me by Save The Blow Dry and has been reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.