Untie your Hair
Believe it or not, the way you sleep has a lot more to do with the health of your hair than you thing. Sleeping with your hair up in a messy bun or high ponytail may seem harmless, but the tension from having your hair up for several hours can put a strain on your scalp and lead to eventual hair damage. We understand that you want your hair away from your face while you’re asleep, so instead, Luxuryhair.com recommends" ditching the tight updo and go with a loose classic three-strand braid, a fishtail braid, or even a Dutch braid." Having your hair in a braid overnight will save your ends from excessive breakage that occurs when your hair rubs against your pillow. Plus, there are many styling advantages that come with having your hair braided overnight so you can actually wake up with gorgeous, heatless waves.
Don't sleep with we hair
There are a lot of time-saving advantages that come with washing your hair at night. But keep in mind, hair is at its most vulnerable state when its wet, so it’s super important to dry your hair completely to prevent tugging and severe breakage while you sleep. If you prefer to wash your hair at night, we recommend giving yourself an extra hour or two to allow your hair to air dry or invest in a great hair dryer to avoid frizz. Don't forget to apply a heat protectant treatment or primer to the ends to speed up blow drying time and combat damage.
Invest in a silk pillowcase
Although making the trade up from cotton pillowcases to high-quality silk ones is a bit of an investment, your hair will thank you. According to luxuryhair.com "Silk is a gentler fabric compared to cotton. The smaller fibres of silk pillows prevent your ends from excessive damage and pulling, especially if you toss and turn overnight."