For those of you who have survived bad hair days, you must know that half of the reason your hair looks terrible in the morning is because of how you kept them before you fell asleep. A bad hair day is a result of a bad hair night. Didn’t know that? Read on. Here’s what you can do to wake up with great hair EVERY morning:
1.Don’t go to Bed with Damp Hair:
Now we know what you must be thinking – for some, the age old trick of tying damp hair in a bun and going to sleep works, but for you, it might not. If you’re planning to put it in a ponytail or a braid, it’s great, tie it up and go to sleep. But if you want to wear it down, let it air-dry if you can. Otherwise you’ll end up using heat styling to fix it in the morning, which takes more time and effort. Plus, the less you rely on heated styling tools, the healthier your hair will be. Also, going to bed with damp hair, you can wake up looking like Medusa.
2.Serums Before You Sleep
Whether you prefer using an anti-frizz serum or use our classic route of using Argan Oil, both these products can help you detangle your hair before you hit the bed. In the morning, your hair will be softer and more flexible.
3.Sleep on Satin Pillowcases
Sleeping on a satin pillowcase helps smooth frizzy hair and minimizes static. The softness of satin eliminates the friction you get when your hair rubs against a harsher fabric. Another added benefit is that satin helps keep your hairdo looking fresher and less “slept on” in the morning. And if you don’t have them with you at the moment, remember that you can always wrap your hair in a silk scarf to keep them frizz free.
4.Twist Hair in a Loose Bun When Sleeping
Sleeping in a loose bun prevents your hair from getting messed up during the night while you toss and turn in your sleep. It also helps prevent tangling and frizziness because your hair isn’t rubbing against your pillowcase all night. Sleeping in a bun can make your beauty sleep even more beautiful!
5.Use the right brush.
An easy fix for frizz and flyaways: use a mixed-bristle brush. Start with short strokes at the ends and work your way up to the mid-shaft, so that you’re not just pushing a knot down to the bottom. Your hair will come back to life as you brush that frizz out.
Try these super easy but absolutely life changing ways you can wake up to fabulous, frizz free hair every morning!