Since I've had 360s (in my 20s, had them off and on since about 5yo), I've always had a problem with my hair being extremely dry after I wake up in the morning and take off my Durag. So before I leave to work, I have to put some oil or moisturizer in my hair to give it some shine and moisture. My hair stays moist the entire day but once I put my Durag on at night and wake up in the morning I have to do the same thing over again because my hair would look very dry and stiff looking after I take my Durag off.
I was wondering if a 100% silk Durag will help retain moisture in my hair while I sleep? I've been reading a lot of good things about them but just wanted to get some more opinions before I spend the extra $ to replace all the wavebuilder du rags I'll bought from Walmart over the years which also gets a lot good reviews but isn't working for me.
I may try sleeping without the Durag for a few nights to verify that the wavebuilder ones are drying out my hair but I am worried my waves won't look as good due to my hair not being fully laid down.
Edited by RTsmooth - 8/24/15 at 11:13am