During sleep the curls entangle, fluff and the morning ended with a real lion's mane. We present some options to keep your curls soft and untangled while you sleep. Do not worry! It does not involve pineapple juice! This option is bedtime hair tied at the top of the head, resembling a pineapple (pineapple). It is better to use a scrunchie type of fabric glue and strong tie to avoid being assaulted or hair breakage. This option may work well for those with long hair. If you are short you can do about 2 or 3 tails "pineapple" in the hair. For best results, use a satin travel pillowcase / silk or satin hat / silk. Most of the pillowcases are made of cotton. During sleep, this material creates a lot of friction with the hair, tangled and creating a lot of frizz. A simple solution is to use a pillow that is silk (preferably) or satin. These materials reduce the strong friction occurs between the curls and cotton, leaving hair in the morning with less frizz, not so entangled and soft. For more details on pillowcases read our previous post. Like silk or satin pillow, this cap has the function of protecting the curl of the friction that occurs between the hair and cotton cover. It also keeps the curls in place and prevents brittle hair. I personally have not tried it yet, but I want to try and see how it works for me! May be a good option for those with short curly hair and is also ideal for travel pillowcase or take it with you anywhere. Because the truth can not see myself packing a silk travel pillowcase pouch!. Before bed you can spray your hair with a spray bottle of water, just a little, the idea is to make it a little wet hair, but not wet. You can braid the hair in two braids or something loose, if they are too tight can break the hair. For those with straight hair, braids can form a loose wave and those with curls curls may notice are a little looser and not so twisted. Some people plait their hair and then put a satin cap for extra protection during sleep. This technique of weaving is not for everyone, maybe some were uncomfortable to sleep with braids or do not like the braids to create a looser silhouette loop. The idea of ??these methods is to protect the hair during sleep, preventing it from bursting, tangling and fluffy. Depending on your hair, maybe a method or combination of methods will function more or less a matter of taste!. This entry was posted in just the frizz, hair, brittle hair, curly hair, Primary Care and tagged beauty, hair care to sleep, sleep, pillow, silk cap, curls, curls by michellemividarizada. Save permalink. Thanks for these tips! just yesterday I had my curls super cute and I had a bun q me to sleep, because it was so hot, I like the idea of ??"pineapple", although I have it short, but I will try!. Holaa! I recomiendoo satin cap is something like what I do at bedtime and it works great or because it protects your hair and at the same time as you make the curls more lindoo xDD not really explain it well as as is! but I think it would be better for both long and short hair! I tngo long. Long used the cap but it crushed me a lot. I do not get much of a problem because I change shape during the day except in the evening, after bathing Frizza and cream baths, blistering, and various creams. I'm somewhat resigned already, I am nothing more than two hours in fact. . . .