How to sleep with curly hairs

How to sleep with curly hairs ? 

How to sleep with curly hairs ?

Sleeping with curly hair is like a science experiment; It takes forethought and planning, specialized content, and precise execution. Everything must come together in a correct sequence of events for the result to be successful. Let's know how to sleep with curly hair.

HOW TO SLEEP WITH CURLY HAIR?

Sleeping with long curly hair is more complex than short curly hair. But I've come up with some great tricks in this post. Because of my personal experience, I assume myself a pro when learning how to sleep with curly hair looking great overnight.

First, here are some essential tips for maintaining your curls overnight, be it long or short.

Always use silk or satin pillowcases or silk or satin bonnets while sleeping.

Protecting your curls overnight isn't just for aesthetics. It also keeps your strands free from breakage, and your head rests around the pillow while you sleep.

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While you use a sleeping cap, you need to moisturize your hair with a nourishing cream or oil so that it can penetrate the cortex overnight.

HOW TO SLEEP WITH SHORT CURLY HAIR?

How to sleep with curly hairs?

If you've taken my advice to use a silk or satin hat while you sleep, you're already on your way to protecting your little curls.

Make sure the bonnet is not too tight; It will do you no good if you throw it in the middle of your sleep. It should also not be so loose that it falls when you toss and turn. If you are sleeping with something on your head that is too uncomfortable, you must use a satin or silk pillowcase instead.

HOW TO SLEEP WITH LONG CURLY HAIR?

You should also use a satin or silk hat or pillowcase if you have long hair. Cotton pillowcases are very rough on curls; Friction between the fabric and your hair causes it to become frizzy and tangled. It doesn't look good (unless you're into bird's nest style!)

LOOSE TOPCOAT YOUR HAIR

1. Get a loose and comfortable velvet scrunchie. I use the big fluffy ones because they have a thick band and stretchy flexibility inside, so they don't fall over at night.

2. You need to collect all your hair at the top of your head. Don't comb or brush it. Just use your hands to hold it together, as if you were making a loose braid ponytail.

Be sure to incorporate all the stray pieces and delicate baby curls from the back of your neck.

Please don't hold it too tightly! The ponytail should be loose so that you can sleep comfortably and wear it throughout the night.

3. Wrap the scrunchie around the hair of your ponytail once or twice until it forms a light hold. You need to pull your hair all the way through.

Moreover, if your hair is short or medium length, you can leave the ends. However, pull the hair down the middle one last time and leave the frizzy ends if you have long hair. (If those ends are annoying, you can use some baby clips to secure them.)

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DO TWISTS OR BRAIDS

If you have safer hair, the fewer hair strands are rubbing up against one other strand or your bedding.

It would help if you made simple braids using bobby hair pins or small hair bands, as well as a well-secured plait that can stabilize the pattern of your hair curls through the night.

USE A SILK BONNET OR HEADSCARF

A bonnet or headscarf can act as a double task protecting your hair.

These hair fixtures not only protect your hair from rubbing against your bedding but also protects your hair from getting frizzy. It also keeps your hair safe while sleeping and maintains your curls' shape.

TRY A SPRITZ OR TWO OF THE PRODUCT

A leave-in conditioner that enhances keratin to your hair strand can instill your hair with shine and bounce.

Spray-on conditioners may also strengthen hair strands that have been worsened by hair dye and heat styling and may make your hair softer and manageable to style in the morning.

BEST SLEEP POSITION

If you want to sleep with curly hair, it's best not to rest directly on the hair strands.

If your hair gets rubbed with the weight of your head, then it might leave curls looking matted and messy. Sleeping on your rear can also make your hair frizzy and knots in your hair as you shift your head from side to side during the night.

If you have curly hair, resting on your side or stomach is your best position. As a bonus, sleeping on your side has all types of other health benefits.

HOW TO SLEEP WITH WET CURLY HAIR?

Sleeping with wet curly hair is never a good idea.

a) It will ruin your pillow

b) you may catch a cold

c) Your hair may be curly and wet the next day

d) Over time, you may develop a fungus problem due to excess moisture.

Here's an easy way to keep curly hair looking good overnight when it's wet.

"PLOPPING" YOUR HAIR

You should pat your hair dry with a towel until it's damp, not wet!

Then, it would be best if you coated your curls with your favorite hair gel or styling cream.

After that, you need to tilt your head forward and wrap a microfiber towel or T-shirt around your entire hair. Let your curls fall on you inside the towel.

Then, it would be best if you tied a towel or t-shirt to keep it secure overnight. The towel or shirt fabric will soak up any excess moisture overnight.

When done correctly, plopping will leave you with a beautiful set of dry bouncy curls in the morning.

CONCLUSION

Moreover, no matter how long your hair is, it should take time to learn how to sleep with your curly hair looking great overnight. However, you'll save time in the morning, and you'll save money on shampoo, conditioner, and other hair styling products.


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