Consider this. Your phone alarm goes off for the tenth time, and you finally remember to turn it off before heading to work. But, wow! You only have time to dress, brush teeth, and do your hair. But what if your hair is a mess on the Sabbath, like a witch’s broom? Panic sets in, and you’re forced to leave the house with your hair in a messy bun or looking like a wild hedgehog! Before I discovered how to keep my hair straight at night, this was my daily routine. It’s also great for curly hair, keeping curls shiny, silky, and tight! There are four simple steps to achieving a lovely hairstyle the next day. You won’t waste much time and look great when you wake up. Keep reading to find out how!
How do you sleep with your hair straight? Simple step-by-step instructions:
You can take several steps to get a beautiful hairstyle without wasting time in the morning. Many of us have developed a day and night skincare routine, so why not incorporate hair care into the mix? This tutorial will be ideal for you if you’re a busy person with a hectic work schedule. We have discovered the perfect steps for getting your hair to look great in the morning, and let me tell you… Not only does it will boost your confidence, but it also helps you sleep better and worry less about your appearance!
1) Make use of hair oils.
Did you know that applying oil to your hair makes it shinier and softer? There are numerous advantages to oiling your hair. When gently rubbed into the scalp, it can moisturize, prevent hair loss, and strengthen the roots. You’ve probably heard of oil baths. But what exactly is it? The oil bath is done before shampooing your hair.
Brush your hair carefully so that it does not tangle. It would help if you also allowed the oils to soak in (do not allow it to dry for more than 4 hours!). Avoid soaking your hair in oil). If you have long hair, try to tie it up in a tight ponytail rather than letting it touch your skin and clothes. Make a loose bun or braid instead. Then, wash your hair as usual. But which hair oils should you use? Here are some suggestions: mustard, argan, coconut, almond, or sesame oil.
You can check out the miracle of using coconut oil from our post: Coconut Oil for Hair is a Celebrity Beauty Secret!
2) Use a silk pillowcase to sleep on.
Did you know that cotton pillowcases are your adversary? Because of acne and oily hair, I used to sleep on cotton even though I changed my pillowcase every day. What happened after I switched to silk pillowcases? My skin became clearer, and I now have significantly less broken hair! It’s not required because some silk pillowcases can be expensive, but they will change your life!
3) Wear a silk scarf.
Listen up! Sleeping with your hair wrapped in a scarf may appear strange and uncomfortable. But, ladies! You’ll never stop wearing it once you see the benefits! African women who want to keep their curly hair tight and preserve the natural oils popularised hair wrapping. If you sleep with a cotton pillowcase, your scalp and hair will most likely be rubbed, which can cause breakage and mild hair loss. Using a bonnet (or scarf) while sleeping can mean distinguishing between a neat hairstyle and a crazy one. Caps keep your hair in place and make it easier to straighten and refresh it in the morning. They do all this because they are a barrier between your hair and pillowcase. Frizz is reduced when there is less friction.
4) Maintain the temperature in your bedroom.
On cold winter nights, it’s tempting to crank up the heat in your room. However, if your room is too hot or humid, the condition of your hair will suffer. Listen up if you want to keep your hair smooth at night and avoid frizz and weird curls! I’m not suggesting that you sleep at extremely low temperatures, but rather that you keep your bedroom a little cooler than other rooms while you sleep. You can also install a dehumidifier in the bedroom to reduce humidity.
That’s all! These four simple steps will ensure you have great morning hair without wasting time!