How To Protect Your Hair While you Sleep
You may not believe that you may also cause damage to your hair while you sleep: improper pillowcases and incorrect methods of tying hair can cause damage to your hair. How to care for your hair during the night's sleep, check out the 6 tips we gave you.
Don't tie your hair when you sleep
Believe it or not, you may also hurt your hair while you sleep. We have seen too many people spend a lot of money to cut beautiful hair, dye beautiful colors, buy expensive hair care products, but use rubber bands to tie their hair into a pony tail to sleep before going to bed at night. The rubber band creates unnecessary stress on the hair and scalp and leaves an unsightly indentation on the hair. You should get off your home every day and take off your rubber band to relax your hair and scalp instead of tying your hair. Especially when you sleep, it is even more unnecessary.
Seize the good time for night care
For severely damaged hair and split ends, nighttime is a good chance to repair damage. Pour a small amount of lemongrass oil or jojoba oil into warm water and mix well. Apply the mixture to the damaged area of the hair, then twist the hair into a braid or braid. To prevent oil from sticking to your pillowcase, you can wrap your hair in a silk scarf or other soft material towel, and then wait for this treatment to magically play while you are asleep! The next morning, don't wet your hair or take a shower. After your hands are wet, take shampoo on your palm and apply it directly to your hair. Then start the daily shower process.
Screw it up!
Before going to bed, twist the hair into a bun on the top of the head and fix it with a velvet hair band. Why choose a hair ring with a velvet wrap? Because it is gentler than using rubber bands directly, it is not easy to leave traces of rubber bands on the hair. When you get up in the morning and break up the hairpin, you can see the hair showing natural waves. The degree of wavy depends on your hair quality. If you are a soft hair, the waves may not be obvious; if you have a hard hair, the waves will be very noticeable.
Upgrade your pillowcaseThe cotton pillowcase is easy to oil on the scalp and face. The best fabric for the scalp and facial skin is silk or satin. If you don't buy a suitable silk pillowcase, you can wrap your hair in a silk scarf and protect your hair from the cotton pillowcase.