Do you struggle with unmanageable hair every morning? Are you wondering how to keep your hair straight overnight?
If so, this blog post is perfect for you.
Many different methods can be used to help you wake up with less of the frizz and more of the straight locks!
In this article, we will explore seven of the most popular and effective methods!
1. Wash Your Hair
You can wash your hair with the best shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Clean hair has a better chance of staying straight than dirty or greasy hair. It also means you can dry and straighten your hair right before you sleep, giving it more of a chance of staying straight.
Alternatively, you can use a dry shampoo instead; this will help to soak up excess oil and grease from your scalp overnight.
2. Dry Your Hair
Make sure your hair is completely dry before going to bed. Either towel dry it or use a hairdryer. If it’s late at night and you don’t want to wake up the rest of the household, use a silent hairdryer.
You could also skip this step if you have a wet to dry hair straightener.
3. Apply Heat Protection Spray
Spray a heat protection spray onto your hair before the flat iron or straightening brush. This will help to protect it from any damage that could be caused by using heated styling tools.
4. Straighten Your Hair
5. Sleep in a Scarf
Put on a silk or satin scarf and sleep with it overnight so that your head doesn’t move around too much while you’re sleeping.
A scarf will also help keep your hair straight by preventing your hair from getting tangled, and the material will help to hold in moisture.
6. Spray with a Leave-in Conditioner
Before you go to sleep, spray a leave-in conditioner on your roots so that it has time to work its magic overnight.
7. Don’t Use Hairbands
Don’t be tempted to use a hairband to tie your hair up if you want your hair to stay straight; it will just end up making your hair frizzy and with kinks in it.
When you wake up in the morning, you’ll thank yourself for the extra preparation you took the time for the night before. No more rushing around in the morning frantically trying to straighten your hair – no guilt required when you hit the snooze button!