April 18, 2013

Silky Wraps: Kids Hair Bonnet Review + #Giveaway

It's the little things that get me excited!  This Silky Wraps Kids Bonnet is one of them!  As women and a women of color, nighttime hair protection is serious business!

I have worn a scarf or bonnet forever to prevent my hair from breaking, frizzing and to keep my extensions looking good!  I never thought about using one for a child.  Duh... their hair needs the same attention!  In the past I have purchased adult bonnets for Peyton that don't fit or I cut up satin scarves for fit her head to only have it come off during the night.   We all know how unattractive they can be!  Mister hates them!  I am so happy to introduce you to Silky Wraps!

Silky Wraps is a modern collection of stylish head wraps and  bonnets designed to maintain healthy hair for a variety of hair textures. 

Hair Bonnet and Wraps

  • Protects hair from moisture loss. 
  • Helps preserve your style as you sleep and play. 
  • Adjustable. 
  • Generously sized to cover nape and edges. 
  • Durable and comfortable. 
  • Suitable for all hair types. 

Kids hair bonnet is nice and roomy for all hairstyles. Approx. 18 inches in diameter. ** satin lining pattern/color may vary - but equally gorgeous :)  Made in the USA!

Satin lining
Peyton's hair is protected and she looks so cute!  Peyton has been wearing the bonnet every night since receiving it!  I'm happy to report that the bonnet has managed to stay on all night!

Silky Wraps has been gracious enough to allow me to give one of my readers the Rainbow Paisley Bonnet (pictured left)!  Follow the Rafflecopter below to enter!  Open to US only.  Giveaway ends May, 1st at 11:59pm eastern.  

What is your nighttime hair care routine? Do you wear a bonnet or wrap?  Make sure you check out Silky Wraps for bonnets, hair wraps and loungewear for women (HERE).

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*Disclosure: I was given one bonnet for review purposes.  Thoughts and opinions are my own. 

33 comments:

  1. I finally got my 2 year old to wear her "hair cap" at night....this would be an added bonus! Plus I've been dying to get this for both my girls!

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  2. Oh yeah...our night time routine is simple (I think)...we remove all hair accessories from our have and wrap our hair...three girls in the household....so this is a pretty fun process

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  3. That's a cute bonnet! At this time we use one of the satin bonnets from our local beauty supply. I apply a little moisturizer and coconut oil to her braids/twist and cover it with a cap for our nighttime routine.

    Mandi

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  4. I need this for my 2 yo. I don't tie her hair or anything. I do apply some leave-in then oil. I should prob tie it up. I think she will just take it off.

    Your daughter is so cute! LOL In the first pic she looks like she's thinking 'Why am I wearing this thiiiing?!'

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  5. I use an adult satin bonnet on my 6 year old's hair at night. It's as simple as putting it on. The only issue is that it slips off at night, so to counter that I bought her a satin pillow case.

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  6. Moisturize and tie her hair up with a black satin scarf.

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  7. Jas could really use one if it really works. I have tired all sorts of things and whatever i put on her head is on her pillow or tangled in her sheets by the morning.

    Right now I try and get her to sleep on a satin pillow case. It seems to be working

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  8. I need one for my 2 yo! We've tried silk scarfs but like you said they don't stay on at night.

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  10. Love this, I need this for both of my girls. I currently put my oldest daughters hair in a satin cap I got from the beauty supply and my youngest I sometimes put in a scarf but it doesn't stay on!! Great giveaway.

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  11. These are so cute! My baby girl is 19 mths. Our night time routine is simply no hair bows and lately I had been thinking of some sort of bonnet/wrap scarf for her hair at night. This would be perfect. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. My mini is approaching 2 and I've always thought she'd lose a scarf at night. However, since Miss P's stays on, I'm pretty much sold! Thanks for sharing this review :)

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  13. My daughter refuses to wear a bonnet to bed. Luckily this looks like a Minnie mouse inspired bonnet. I think i can convince her to wear this.

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  14. How adorable!
    I've never had anything that stayed on, myself or my daughter! We've resigned to just sleeping on satin pillow cases.

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  15. All I can say is...GENIUS! I so need this for my little ladybug. Thank you for sharing!

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  16. My daughter wears a scarf and a bonnet, but this bonnet is much cuter!

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  17. Wish they had this when I was little! TOO CUTE!

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  18. If I win this I can say goodbye to wearing 4 scarves that all come off!

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  19. This is an awesome idea. Maintaining healthy tresses with the little ones is exceptionally important.

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  20. My girls just sleep on silk pillowcase since they are only 8 months old. This wrap will come in handy once they are older.

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  21. I'm just now trying to get my daughter to wear a sleep cap and I think this just may be the answer to our struggles. There's nothing she likes more then being pretty and girly!

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  22. My daughter is just turning 2 with very thick, course, kinky but long hair that stays dry. We have tried hair wraps and satin adult bonnets; she either takes them off while falling asleep in her bed or the by morning it ends up coming off. I even sneak in mutiples times during the night to make sure its still on. lol So i have come to the conclusion of applying coconut oil every morning to keep from drying out. I definetly need to try this super adorable kid bonnet out.

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    1. Your daughter will have to pull this off. It's so cute and def worth a try!

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  23. I've been looking out for this product ever since I found out I was expecting a baby girl!

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  25. I love these, I am just learning all about caring for my daughters hair, Thus far I had been braiding my older's hair but it's not helping! We need to incorporate a sleep cap I think!

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  26. I was JUST looking at satin bonnets for my daughter! I would love to win this.

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  27. I tie my hair up religiously at night and sleep on a satin pillowcase. My daughter has a satin pillowcase too, but I've been unable to keep a scarf on her head. Would love to win this item!

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  28. I usually wash my hair at night and go to bed with my hair wet.

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  29. I have no real routine for my hair at night and my hair suffers for it

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  30. I think these wraps are cute, but just a little to juvenile for my 9 year old. I got her the KiddieWrap, the ones with the polka dots, and it has done wonders for her hair. It stays on all night and leaves her her soft and manageable in the morning.

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  31. Where can I get these I have 2 girls and their caps always come off.

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