If you too get stressed about taming those messy morning locks while racing against time to get out of home, then we just might have the solution for you to prep your mane before bedtime for effortlessly lush hair in the morning.
1. Overnight Conditioning
A little touch of overnight leave-in conditioner is must to soften and hydrate those dry shafts of your hair. This will give you lush glossy hair in the morning.
2. Some Old-School Oiling
Our elders made all the sense when they ushered us to oil our mane regularly. Bring out the coconut oil and get into the champi mood before you doze away and wash out in the morning for shiny strong hair.
3. Brush Away
If you’re one who rarely picks up the hairbrush then this is one nighttime routine you need to start doing. A few strokes before hitting the sack are great for evenly distributing the natural oils your scalp produces across your strands for healthy, shiny hair. Just make sure not to overdo it and remember to be gently.
4. Perfect Waves
We all know the good old trick for wavy hair but that also leaves your hair with flat roots and rough strands. Well, all you need is a little ‘improv’, run a smoothening serum and a root lifting spray for bouncy waves in the morning.
5. Switch To Satin
The easiest way to avoid frizziness in the morning is to trade up your pillowcases for silk or satin ones. Thanks to the friction caused when you twist and turn in your sleep, a normal pillowcase roughs up your strands, whereas a silk on will help keep it smooth.
6. Keep Your Curls Crush-Free
All the curly haired ‘gals’ will know best what just-washed hair look like in the morning. . We have a solution to stop your pretty curls from getting crushed as you lay in bed, just flip your hair over and tie a silk scarf around your head (like a thick hairband). This will help maintain your natural curl pattern while you snooze.
7. Prolong Your Blow Dry
Ever wished that your bouncy blow-dried hair could last another day or two? Well, I’ve felt the same way! Here’s what you need to do, add a generous doze of dry shampoo to your roots and strands to put away any signs of greasiness and walk out with fresh bouncy locks.
8. Love Your Long Locks
If you have long hair, tie it up in a loose bun before drifting off into dreamland to prevent it from knotting up while you sleep. It also helps keep your hair off your face as well as keeps it frizz-free, caused by the friction against your pillow and sheets. You can also wrap it in a silk scarf for smoother locks when you wake up.