After going out for a day and returning home, some girls are too lazy to take off their wigs and go to bed. If you don't want to wake up the next morning with frizzy hair, you should.
Tip 1: Use a Satin Bonnet
It reduces friction between your hair and your bedding.
Excessive friction damage can damage the cuticle, making hair look dull, frizzy, matted, and brittle.
And silk fiber contains a rich hydrophilic group and porosity, and water molecules are easy to diffuse, so they can absorb or send out water in the air, and maintain a certain amount of water.
Tip 2: Use silk pillowcases
You can also sleep on a silk pillowcase.
If you have a spare silk scarf, you can also wrap it around your pillow as a pillowcase.
Not only can unused items be reused, but they can also be used as a hair care tool to reduce friction between hair and bedding and reduce the probability and area of hair tangles.
And this habit of using silk pillowcases also helps protect your skin.
Tip 3: Undo your hair completely
There may still be some tangled hair when you sleep at night.
Use your fingers or a wide-toothed comb to slowly untie the wig from the bottom up.
Please be patient and do not try to brush your hair so as not to pull it out directly.
When you notice tangles, make sure you untie them before they become worse and more difficult to deal with.
If the knot is not untied in time, it will snowball into bigger and bigger.
Tip 4: Use conditioner
If you find your frontal wig is frizzy and bleak, you always can apply an adequate amount of hair moisturizing treatment products to it for emergencies, such as leave-in conditioner, hair moisturizing spray, and hydrating hair oil, and so on. This will provide instant relief to dry hair. You also can use it on your lace wig before jumping into bed to keep your hair hydrated the whole night, far away from dryness.
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