Tired of dealing with dry hair and frizzy edges post workout? It’s time you invest in a good moisture wicking headband like the Save You Do Gymwrap by Nicole Arai Parker.
Why Does Hair Feels Dry Post Workout?
One word, sweat! Because sweat contains salt and salt is extremely drying, our hair has a tendency to become dry after workouts or periods of scalp sweating. Therefore, you really shouldn’t skimp on your hair in this area. Investing in a quality moisture wicking headband will minimize the potential for dry hair.
Save You Do Gymwrap Delivers
- Edge control
- Allows heat to escape
- Keeps hair flat
- Saves hairstyles
Save You Do Gymwrap Cost & Sizes
It comes in three different sizes with price averaging $30.
— Save Your Do Gymwrap Review —
I was first introduced to the Save Your Do Gymwrap when I noticed it being used by a friend. I inquired and she told me how much she loved it. I didn’t buy immediately because I was being cheap. Instead, I continued using satin scarves and knockoff moisture wicking headbands — Dri Sweat Fit Headband — until I finally purchased my Save Your Do Gymwrap.
At the time of purchase, Save Your Do was running a special on the full triangle gymwrap and narrow band gymwrap. Had it not been on sale, I would have only purchased the full triangle gymwrap.
Narrow Gymwrap Protects Edges and Nape
Full Triangle Gymwrap Protects Entire Head
— Effectiveness —
The Save Your Do Gymwrap wicks away moisture and alleviates the dry and crispy feeling caused by sweat. I no longer feel pressed to wash my hair midweek because my hair stays moisturized until the next wash day.
The trick to making this work? Keep the Save Your Do Gymwrap on until your hair is completely dry. Otherwise, all of the sweat will not be absorbed from your hair, leaving the potential for hair that lacks moisture.
Save Your Do Gymwrap vs. Other Hair Accessories
While other hair accessories like the Dri Sweat Fit Headband will get the job done, my ultimate favorite accessory is the Save Your Do Gymwrap because it works better for my hair.
— Midweek Washing vs. Sweaty Scalp —
I asked the creators of the Komaza Hair Analysis which is worse, manipulation from midweek washing or leaving the scalp sweaty. Leaving the scalp sweaty is worse because scalp buildup can impact growth. However, you should do what is best for your hair.