Keeping your hair protected at night is key to keeping your hair healthy. I spend a lot of time caring for my natural hair. I make sure that my night routine is just as important, and is included in my regimen.
This week I am on vacation in Florida. That does not mean I get a free pass to skip my hair routine. Even when I travel, all my regimens and routines are still in place to care for my hair, and that includes my night-time regimen. So you better believe I brought along all the necessary tools to care for my hair at night while I am on vacation.
Since I went natural in 2009, I have minimized my routines and made them simpler and more streamlined. My night-time routine only includes about three steps now. They include low manipulation styling, a satin lined cap to protect my hair, and I also keep my hair moisturized.
How to Keep Your Natural Hair Healthy At Night
Low Manipulation Styling
I never go to sleep with my hair out, no matter how tired I am. I have learned my lesson of sleeping with my hair out and in the morning ending up with tangled and matted hair. So I usually do multiple pineapples, our just one ponytail.
Wear a Satin-Lined Cap
Yep, even on vacation, I am making sure that my hair is protected and healthy. I brought along with me my Slap by Grace Eleyae. The Satin-Lined Caps by Grace Eleyae are stylish caps that keep hair moisturized, protected and knot-free while sleeping, and stay in place day or night, thanks to each cap’s elastic band. Talk about protection, the Slap by Grace Eleyae has me covered in all areas! I love how you can also wear them to sleep as a protective barrier between your hair and harsh materials, and you can wear them out and about as a cute cap that of course, is a protective barrier between your hair and harsh outside materials. You can say goodbye to unnecessary breakage and frizz. Keep your hair moisturized and silky smooth with the Satin-Lined Cap by Grace Eleyae.
Keep Your Hair Moisturized
This is a major step in my night-time routine for my hair. I always spritz my hair with a little water or spray leave-in conditioner to moisturize my hair before bedtime. I never go to sleep with dry hair because I don’t want to wake up with dry hair.
How are you keeping your hair healthy at night?
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