Do you want to ramp up your Beauty regime with out missing that 30 minutes in bed..
SABLE is here to save your hair & skin - so hit that snooze button!
Even though sleeping seems peaceful enough, you don't totally know what goes on when you shut your eyes and fall asleep. You could be tossing and turning and unintentionally pulling or creating friction on your hair, or you could make a habit of going to bed with your hair up, and the elastic tied in your hair for eight plus hours could also cause breakage.
If you take good care of your hair in your day-to-day life, you might as well make sure it's protected while you're asleep, too.
I mean, you don't want to negate all the good things you're doing to care for it every day with a rough night of sleeping.
Follow our key tips below for the best nights sleep you hair, skin and mind have ever had!
Don't Go To Bed With Wet Hair
Your hair is its weakest when it's wet, so by sleeping on wet hair, it makes it even more susceptible to breakage. The other main issue with going to bed with wet hair is that the cuticle (outer layer) of the hair is more raised when wet — which is why often some women find their hair is impossibly knotty when wet but not so when dry.
To make sure your hair is dry before you fall asleep use a Riva Hair Towel Wrap - the microfibre is quick to absorb moisture and is lightweight so it won't cause friction and damage to your hair follicles like a regular bath towel would.
Blow dry your hair until it is dry - we love the Cloud Nine Airshot as you can adjust the temperature to operate at a lower heat which minimises damage its also super quick at getting your hair dry and light to hold!
Brush Before Bed
Don't go to bed with tons of tangles in your hair that could only get worse while you're tossing in the night. Instead, brush your hair before bed so that you're tangle-free.
Brushing your hair releases tension-causing tangles and distributes the little balls of natural oil in your hair that otherwise have a slim chance of reaching the ends where they are needed- But avoid over-brushing this can actually weaken the hair and cause it to loosen at the root.
Don't Tie It Up
You might think you're protecting your hair by not rolling around with it down, but tension from a hair tie and too high of a ponytail/bun left in for several hours can definitely damage and break your hair.
Instead, sleep with it down, or if you have to tie it back, go low with a ponytail or loose braid at the nape of your neck and fasten with a velvet scrunchie or Invisibobble to prevent snagging your hair and causing friction.
If your hair is short, simply tuck it behind your ears.
Apply A Treatment
Run Moroccanoil through the ends of your hair to help condition and hydrate while you sleep.
The ends of your hair tend to be drier that your roots, so a little extra moisture before bed can keep them looking smooth and shiny.
Make sure to wash it out in the morning.
The best way to use dry shampoo is before bed! Your scalp produces the most oil overnight. ... Another reason is that you are actually giving the product the time it needs to work. Most of us spray our roots and brush the product through the hair before it absorbs anything.
Looking for a little extra volume? or just want to rid you hair of any residual grease? In that case, a second coat in the morning should do the trick. Day two (or three, or four) hair never looked so good.
Sleep On Silk
Prevent breakage and prolong the life of your blowdry with SILKE London Hair Turbans - which not only makes you look absolutely faaaaabulous and starlet-worthy, but work to minimise friction so your locks look constantly glossy (and you can leave longer between washes).
Pair with one of our soon to be released limited edition Silk Pillowcases (add yourself to the notify me link to be first to know when these hit our shelves) to target your skin as well as your hair. The silk causes less friction between your hair, skin and the fabric. Plus, they don’t absorb all of your natural essential oils like cotton does, so your skin and hair stay hydrated and nourished throughout the night.
Silk is hypoallergenic and naturally dust-mite resistant, making it perfect for those that suffer from a range of allergies.
When you toss and turn, silk allows your hair to slide across the pillow for less fraying and frizz.