I have been dying my 'do for at least 15 years now, and the only way I've found NOT to stain towels and the bathroom is to do it topless, perched on the edge o' the bath - classy, eh? - and despite that, I STILL manage to get a splodge of total-not-shifting dye on my personage which is why I'm now doing star-jumps o' joy 'bout the Tie Towel. Enter the Tie Towel.
Designed by style-dude to the celebs, John Woods MBE , the Tie Towel is totally bleach and tint resistant, perfectly sculpted to fit the neck (so there's nowhere for the dye to escape underneath and onto your skin - yep, I've been there too g-friend!) and features a toggle to keep the towel securely in place until your dye job is done - hurrah!
Now, I'll be honest, I wasn't expecting too much from the Tie Towel. BB contestant, Louise manages to make it look hot in the ad campaign for deffo, but could it get me through one dye-job stain free and without ruining my entire towel collection in the process? Turns out the answer is a resounding, big fat YES! For real. It's light, and you don't have to worry about it falling off while you're applying dye because the toggle ACTUALLY works and keeps it fixed in place - hurrah! Of course I had a few spills, what can I say? I'm a messy-girl, but because this towel o' awesomeness is bleach and tint-resistant, if you use it to wipe away the spills, you can simply pop it in the washing machine and it'll be as good as new in one cycle - double hurrah!
Seriously, you could try and argue that a towel tied round my neck will do just the same job, and feel free, but I will not listen, because I will be too busy being stain-free, with a airing cupboard filled with stain-free towels, which makes me VERY happy, k?!
The Tie Towel is available from Asda, Boots and Superdrug for £9.99 - if you're a regular dye-girl, it's a deffo SASSY must-have.