How to take care of your hair at night

10686735_1486450604955074_4007053222071944680_nTaking care of your hair at night plays as important of a role in your healthy hair regimen as your wash routine does. Sometimes you do not wear your satin scarf, don’t feel like moisturizing if your hair needs it, or can’t even find the energy to braid your hair or pack well before sleeping. It may not seem like a big deal, but when it comes to protecting your hair at night and ensuring that your hair is properly taken care of, it is. Not doing these few steps can lead to dryness, breakage of hair and potential frustration in the morning if your style doesn’t turn out right. If you’re not careful, this can result in making yet another poor decision in order to salvage your style. So play it safe and don’t “sleep” on your night routine.

  • Natural hair should be covered at night with a satin bonnet or satin scarf and it’s best to sleep on a satin pillowcase. This prevents the moisture you work so hard to keep in your hair from being absorbed by your cotton bedding.
  • If your hair is not in protective style, it is advisable to pack or braid your hair into one or four parts depending on what you want. To prevent breakage and tangling.
  • Castor oil can be rubbed on your scalp before sleeping to make hair grow fast.
  • At night the follicles might be left without the natural moisture, deep conditioning treatments serving as proper hydration for the worn-out locks. Choose a natural hair oil for this and apply it evenly for all the strands.

Preserve your style by giving your hair what it needs the night before. This will ensure that you avoid frizz and tangles. Xoxo

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