Keep your style maintained and locks healthy by practicing extra care throughout the night!
Step One: Breakup with cotton
Cotton pillowcases pull on hair fibers and create friction while you sleep, this causes the frizzy mane you wake up with and those horrible knots that take time out of your morning to detangle.
Step Two: Use a silk pillowcase
Silk pillowcases provide a soft texture that allows hair to glide and slide avoiding the pulling of hair fibers. Since the silky texture allows hair to move freely it also prevents hair from bunching up into one area and knotting. Ultimately, the silky texture grants hair the proper foundation to grow longer and stronger being that it prevents breakage and damage. Oh, and the best part is since silk is smooth it keeps hair moisture intact and prevents FRIZZ!
Step Three: Don’t go to bed with wet hair
Wet hair is more susceptible to breakage. Make sure to dry hair before bedtime and use a microfiber towel because it promotes moisture retention preventing dryness and as a result frizziness. Microfiber is extremely absorbent and will cut drying time in half. Wrap hair in a microfiber towel and then dry hair in sections using pressured hold and release from top to bottom.
Step Four: Get your beauty rest and lather your hair
Apply hair oil before bedtime to allow dry and brittle hair to collect moisture throughout your rest. The added oil will also coat hair and provide protection from any damage that may occur during sleep. Apply a nourishing oil as it will regenerate dehydrated hair. Oils have more time to sit in hair and be absorbed throughout the night, this makes it the easiest treatment for extreme damages and dehydrated hair.
Step Five: Tie your hair
Tie your hair to avoid tangling and ruining your hairstyle. Tie your hair with a soft hair tie to avoid pulling and breakage. Look out for hair ties with metal as they are certainly going to cause pulling and breakage. Metal hair ties should be your last option. Be gentle with your hair and tie your hair with moderate tightness. Although tight hair feels secure it creates a pull around your forehead and also causes hair creases that ruin your style. Try using a silk bandana to keep your hair out of your face, protected and maintained.
Remember, every hair journey starts with you and ends with you.