I had to look for an alternative and found satin pillowcases. I’m just going to tell you why I think satin pillow cases are worth your while.
- No headaches: When the bonnets are new, the bands can be a frustration. They keep pressing into my scalp and I’m not one for restlessness. I just want to sleep peacefully biko.
- They don’t slip up: Y’all dunno how many times I’ve woken up and found my hair bare. I’ll then eventually find my bonnet somewhere under my bed.
- They don’t slacken: You don’t even want to know how many slack bonnets I had in my drawer before I figured out how to tighten them.
- You get the real deal: Look properly. Many bonnets are silk/satin on the outside but poor cotton on the inside. A silk pillowcase in not turned inside out so you get the real deal.
- Your skin will thank you: Sleeping with your hair in a bonnet may protect your hair from harm but still leaves your face to the most times harsh cotton material of a pillow case. A satin pillowcase protects your face as well as your hair.
- They make my bed look expensive: You definitely know about the term, “silk sheets”. Well, silk/satin pillowcases too! My small college student size bed gets raised a few levels with my chocolate brown satin covered pillow.
- They are actually inexpensive: If I had the money back for all the bonnets I ever bought, I’ll be able to buy all the blog and life planners I want right now. I used 1 yard of satin material(N400) to make 2 full sized pillow cases with zippers. My tailor who is a real G (Bless up Iya Samuel) charged just N600 for both.
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