Lifestyle: Even the best of blow outs and hairstyles can be a hot mess once we’ve slept on them. We all have that moment when we wake up and look in the mirror and assess the damage of the night before, seeing what salvaging is possible for our slept on hairstyle. But to better prepare your hair for a shockingly positive result in the morning, there’s some fabulous tactics we can embrace!
Brush your hair before going to sleep
This will help minimize knots and tangles in the morning.
Braid your hair loosely
This will help contain your hair when you are turning and tossing at night. Options are endless: side braid, two pig-tail braids, rope braid, dutch braid…Pick your favourite!
Use a silk or satin pillow case
This material is a lot less rough on the hair than regular pillowcases, reducing the damage to your hair.
Avoid using elastic bands
They can cause hair breakage and put stress on your roots. Instead, use a soft scrunched and ties your ponytail/bun very lightly at the top of your head.
Sleep With Dry Hair
We highly recommend sleeping with dry hair – wet hair is very delicate and is much more prone to frizzing and breaking.