Sleep – we look forward to it so much when we come back tired from work after a hard day. We think about resting and recuperating, but do we ever think about how to take care of our hair at night? Should we sleep with our hair down or up? Which is better for their condition?
During the day, we style, pin up, comb or style our hair. At night, just like our body and mind, our hair needs rest and recuperation. Do you know how to care for your hair while you sleep so that it is voluminous and shiny when you wake up? The sleek look keeps gaining popularity because it is elegant, slimming, and sexy.
Hair is exposed to mechanical stress during the night. What exactly does that mean? It rubs against your pillow while you sleep. If you do not protect your hair properly against possible mechanical damage while you sleep, you may harm your hair instead of helping it regenerate. And potential sleep-related damage can also include crimped strands, split ends, pulled out strands, frizzy or dry hair, and more brittle and fragile hair.
Evening hair care is very important. Many women do not think at all about how to take care of their hair while they sleep, because they intensively nourish them during the day. Unfortunately, their care is not complete then, because they are not prepared to “fight” against possible mechanical injuries when the day ends. It is worth remembering that taking care of hair during the day, and destroying them (even unconsciously) at night, is completely pointless
Do not go to bed with wet hair, because it is more susceptible to breakage. It’s also a good idea to apply a protective oil to your hair at night and think about tying it up in a comfortable way so that it doesn’t interfere with your sleep and is not too tightly pulled up.
Many women prefer to sleep with their hair open. They believe that this relaxes the scalp and prevents the strands from being pulled down with an elastic band. In addition, hair elastics or bobby pins are not very comfortable, especially if you tend to sleep on your side or back. There are also those who prefer to sleep with their hair up in a ponytail or chignon. So, which one is better to choose?
The right hairstyle for sleeping has to be loose enough to avoid pulling the hair.
Tying your hair up at night has another important advantage. Aside from protecting your strands from damage, you can also style your hair so that you don’t have to worry about it in the morning. Instead of torturing the world with a curling iron, we can create natural waves while we sleep. For example, hair wrap or wet rollers work well. They are light and do not weigh down your hair.
If you take care of your hair before and during the night, it will look beautiful in the morning.