Give-Away: Turbie Twist

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I love the look of a turban on a woman. I think it is a great way to show off a beautiful face. Plus, it can serve as a quick solution on a bad hair day.

Some are fancy…

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Some are casual…

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And some should only be worn in the boudoir…

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While there are many variations of turbans for women, a boudoir turban is a fabulous item to own. I recently purchased one in “My Little Boudoir” blue. It’s called a Turbie Twist. It can be used on wet or dry hair. It is a great way to keep your hair out of the way while applying make-up, keep it dry while bathing, or keep wet (just washed) hair off the bed (I can’t stand wet hair on a pillow), all while providing a glamorous look.

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Why not just use a towel, you ask? Let me tell you why. You see, the Turbie Twist is not heavy like a regular towel and doesn’t fall off every time you turn your  head. It is super absorbent, light-weight, made of 100% cotton (terry interior/velour exterior) and has an elastic loop in the back to keep it all in place.

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Don’t worry, I wouldn’t keep such a fantastic item all to myself. I bought an extra one for a very special reader of MyLittleBoudoir.com. I will select the winner of the turquoise Turbie Twist on Saturday March 13, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific) using random.org.

Here is how you enter to win:

Become a Fan of My Little Boudoir on Facebook
(if you’re already a Fan of MLB on Facebook, just give me a reminder in your comment)

AND

Leave a comment on this post stating your boudoir essential that you can’t live without
(if you forgot how to leave a comment, click here)

Remember, you must do both for one entry.

1 comment

  1. I am not sure if this will work, I have been leaving comments on your posts and they don’t seem to be showing up but here goes!
    My boudoir essential has got to be a divine negligee and robe set that my husband bought as a gift one year. It looks like it came straight out of Hollywood circa 1940’s and I could live in it all day if I could!

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