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The consequences of sleeping with wet hair

The first drawback is aesthetic: what will your hair look like the next day? "When you try to style your hair, you may be having trouble with frizz, uneven waves, flat sides and bad folds left by the pillow," said Olga Gilbert, stylist at Palm Desert.

"When you're going to get your hair up in battle, you may need to rewet it to dry it properly and regain control." Which will waste your time. ”

Ms. Gilbert adds that, in the long term, this way of damaging the hair follicles and promotes brittle hair, because they are more fragile when they are wet. "If you tie them with a ponytail or ponytail elastic, they'll break even more easily overnight."

What to do if you sleep wet hair?

If you absolutely need to sleep with wet hair because, say, you have to get up early to get to work, there are a few easy tips to minimize the damage. First, swap your cotton sheets for silk sheets. Silk is much softer and does less damage to your hair; with a silk pillowcase, they will break much less.

Then do not sleep the hair tied. Rather loosely braid them instead of putting them together in a bun or ponytail. Finally, instead of using an elastic band, prefer clothespins or a fabric darling that will pull less on your hair overnight.

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