How To Wear Your Hair To Bed
In addition, wearing a silk scarf or a sleep cap can help your hair stay smooth and silky while also eliminating the dryness that can be caused by exposure to the night air. Further, covering your hair while you sleep can even help it to retain body and texture while also cutting down on tangles.
Depending on the length of your hair, you can either begin at the nape of the neck and wrap in a clockwise or counterclockwise direction, or you can part your hair into three sections and begin wrapping at the back.
Here's how beauty vlogger Vivian V creates a wavy hair look with a twist braid style that is actually cute enough to wear outside of your bedroom: STEP 1: Starting with slightly damp hair, split your hair into two sections. STEP 2:Starting with the front layer of your hair, twist one section of hair over the other.
Before bed, use a scrunchie—not a hair tie—to loosely (emphasis on the loose) hold your hair in place on top of your head. Only pull your hair through the scrunchie once or twice so you don
For pretty curls and waves the next morning, apply a light mousse or gel-cream to your damp locks and move the product from roots to tips, split your hair into sections and twist sections gently. Secure the ends of the twists with elastics and allow your hair to dry overnight on a satin or silk pillowcase.
One of the best things you can do for your hair is to brush or comb it before turning in for the night. Use a brush with natural bristles or a wide tooth comb. Brush your hair from root to tip for several minutes. The strokes help you move your scalp's natural oils through your hair, says Rascon.