How To Protect Your Hair While Sleeping

Have you ever experienced this situation? When you wake up and are faced with messy and knotted hair, you will be very agonizing and even in bad mood all day. In fact, you don’t know what happened when you fall into a deep sleep. Whether you sleep with your human hair wigs or your natural hair, here are still some ways that can truly protect your hair while you sleep.
Upgrade Your Pillowcase

As we all know, the use of pure cotton pillowcases will easily increase the friction between the hair and the bedsheet, which will cause the hair to be knotted and frizzy, while silk and satin are not the cases. More importantly, silk pillowcases can help your hair reduce friction, thereby reducing hair damage and smoothness. In addition, if you don't have enough budget to buy a suitable silk pillowcase, it is recommended to use silk nightcaps to wrap your hair to reduce friction at night, especially for curly hair or human hair curly wigs.

Comb your hair before going to bed

It is a good habit to comb your hair before going to bed at night. We sincerely recommend a wide tooth brush to gently brush from the root to the tip of the hair for one minute, so that your human hair wig is soft and shiny without tangles.

Curl your hair to the top of your head

There is nothing better than twisting your hair into a bun on top of your head and securing it with a velvet band before going to bed at night. Why use velvet tape to tie your hair? That's because the velvet band is gentler than using rubber bands directly, and it is not easy to leave rubber band marks on the hair. And using this method can also reduce knotting problems caused by friction on the hair

Never Sleep With Wet Hair

Many people are used to taking a bath and washing hair at night but usually fall into sleep with wet hair or half-dry hair, which will cause many damages to your hair. So do lace front wigs. If you need to wear a wig to take a bath, wash your hair. Remember to wash your hair early at night and give yourself one or more hours before going to bed to let your hair dry. After all, hair is most fragile when wet. So be sure to dry your hair before going to bed to prevent it from getting tangled and frizzy during sleep.

Remove your hair strands in advance

Although hair strands and human hair wigs can bother these hair loss and people who want to add some volume and length to a natural appearance, we do not recommend wearing hair curtains or headgear at night. First of all, we can't give it a tight day. The scalp is a stretched space, which puts too much pressure on the scalp, followed by wearing it at night, which will easily cause the hair to tie.

Avoid sleeping in a dry room

We all know that dryness can cause severe damage to our skin, but we usually don't realize that it has similar or the same negative effects on our hair. Too dry air will cause moisture loss in the hair, leading to knotting and hair loss. So in order to prevent the hair from drying out, it is necessary to ensure that the humidity in the air is appropriate.