I’m doing my first ever Camino in March and I’m sure this has been asked a thousand times but what do you all do with your hair?
Mine is very long, thick and goes frizzy. Obviously I won’t be taking a hairdryer so I was wondering how you all dried it? I’m worried I’ll catch a head cold from having a wet head all the time! Eek!
Thank you for reading!
To some pilgrims, these things are trivial concerns, and yet we do live when we get home, so they do matter. I don't want your glorious hair to be sunburned. I have been considering what to do about my skin because of melasma. Some things I've found may benefit you. One of them is buffs. The right fabric can cover your hair wthout being very hot. The fabric touted for that, whether true of not is polyester microfiber. There is also a thing called a gaiter which covers your hair. It can be dipped in water, and is said to provide cool for some hours. I don't know if that's true Of course, it wont help your frizzies anymore than these optios will help me be more than a mummy figure, but they can protect your hair and hopeully not add to the heat effect. The kind of buff you'd want, would of course, be a full buff.