If you didn’t read our post entitled, Why Conditioner Should Be Your Best Friend? Please check it out.
And nothing goes better with creamy, moisturizing, and strengthening masks and deep conditioners than hair processing caps.
For about a month now I have been trying out Diane’s Hair Processing Caps (see below picture). So far, I am impressed and so are my fellow team members.
Below are the pros and con I found while using this product:
- One size fits all
The processing caps not only fit around my head, but they were very comfortable. With that being said, I don’t believe I have a very small or large head.
- Soft elastic band
What added to my comfort was the soft elastic band. It wasn’t tight, which would have given me a headache. Instead, it fits securely to my head and yet felt like nothing was there.
- Ideal for perms, coloring, and conditioners
I will mainly use these processing caps for deep conditioning treatments, masks, and coloring my hair with henna. However, it will also work well with the traditional color processing and perms, too, according to the company.
- Stays in place
Whenever I deep condition, I cover my head twice with a plastic bag or processing cap, then place a scarf and bonnet on top. This process traps my body heat, escaping from my head, and warms the deep conditioner. Trust me when I say it works like a gem! In any case, I was scared the caps would not stay in place, but it did.
- More expensive than grocery bags
For a pack of 100 processing caps, it costs USD 7.14 on Amazon.com. That price is very affordable to me; however, it is still more costly than a reused grocery bag, especially if you get them for free.
Do you use processing caps? What do you like or dislike about them? Let us know in the comments.