The Bride: 6 Nighttime Haircare Methods You Should Adopt

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A woman’s hair is her crown and glory, or so we’ve come to learn after years of trying to keep our strands happy and healthy. A bride, however, always feels the need to take even more care of her hair when her wedding’s coming up. Taking care of your hair can be made easy if you take the time to pamper it a bit every night before bed, yes, night! And here’s how:

1. Tie your hair up before sleeping

If you tend to let your hair go wild when you sleep, it’s time to get rid of the habit because it’s harmful to your hair. Letting your hair loose in bed only tangles it up and causes split ends to develop faster. Tie your hair up in a loose bun in order to save yourself the trouble.

2. Cover your hair before sleeping

If you don’t find tying your hair up in bed comfortable, you can always cover it with a cotton headscarf without having to use any elastic bands or bobby pins. 

3. Do not go to sleep with wet hair

One of the worst things you can do to your hair is to wash it and then directly head to bed. Wet hair is weak hair, something that allows your strands to break and become brittle. Hence, always make sure that your hair is dry before hitting the sack.

4. Oils, oils, and more oils

Your complexion isn’t the only thing that needs attention at night, your hair does, too! Your hair needs to constantly be fed clean and good food in order to maintain its health and form. The best way to do so at night is by using your favorite natural hair oil to massage your scalp every night before bed, a process that helps stimulate flow and blood circulation, allowing your hair to grow better, especially if you’re trying to grow it long prior to the wedding. 

5. Give yourself a dry hair massage

Dry hair requires special care. If you happen to be a bride with dry locks, avoid massaging your hair with oil at night and instead, use your clean fingers to gently massage your scalp for five minutes before you go to sleep. 

6. Your pillowcase matters

A soft pillowcase is guaranteed to aid in your sleep, the betterment of your complexion, and the improvement of your hair state, three things that every bride surely strives for. Go for a silk pillowcase to guarantee maximum results. Harsh pillowcases will set you back. 

Translated by: Nour Nasreldin

A woman’s hair is her crown and glory, or so we’ve come to learn after years of trying to keep our strands happy and healthy. A bride, however, always feels the need to take even more care of her hair when her wedding’s coming up. Taking care of your hair can be made easy if you take the time to pamper it a bit every night before bed, yes, night! And here’s how:

1. Tie your hair up before sleeping

If you tend to let your hair go wild when you sleep, it’s time to get rid of the habit because it’s harmful to your hair. Letting your hair loose in bed only tangles it up and causes split ends to develop faster. Tie your hair up in a loose bun in order to save yourself the trouble.

2. Cover your hair before sleeping

If you don’t find tying your hair up in bed comfortable, you can always cover it with a cotton headscarf without having to use any elastic bands or bobby pins. 

3. Do not go to sleep with wet hair

One of the worst things you can do to your hair is to wash it and then directly head to bed. Wet hair is weak hair, something that allows your strands to break and become brittle. Hence, always make sure that your hair is dry before hitting the sack.

4. Oils, oils, and more oils

Your complexion isn’t the only thing that needs attention at night, your hair does, too! Your hair needs to constantly be fed clean and good food in order to maintain its health and form. The best way to do so at night is by using your favorite natural hair oil to massage your scalp every night before bed, a process that helps stimulate flow and blood circulation, allowing your hair to grow better, especially if you’re trying to grow it long prior to the wedding.

5. Give yourself a dry hair massage

Dry hair requires special care. If you happen to be a bride with dry locks, avoid massaging your hair with oil at night and instead, use your clean fingers to gently massage your scalp for five minutes before you go to sleep. 

6. Your pillowcase matters

A soft pillowcase is guaranteed to aid in your sleep, the betterment of your complexion, and the improvement of your hair state, three things that every bride surely strives for. Go for a silk pillowcase to guarantee maximum results. Harsh pillowcases will set you back. 

Translated by: Nour Nasreldin

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