Sleep on a Silk Pillowcase
Cotton pillowcases tug at your hair throughout the night and cause them to tangle. Silk has a better texture that helps fight frizz and keep the natural shine intact.
Avoid Tying Hair With Elastic Bands
"Sleeping with a ponytail creates tension and pulls at the hairline, and can cause hair loss," says Dbjay, a hair expert. Also, elastic bands leave a stubborn bend in your hair, which is tough to get rid of.
Apply a Hair Mask Before Bed
Applying a hair mask once a week will make dry hair smooth and soft. Mix coconut and olive oil, coat the hair with the blend, focusing on brittle ends. Wrap hair into a bun and cover it with a shower cap and let the mix sit for 15-30 minutes. Rinse it with a conditioner or a shampoo.
Don't Sleep With Damp Hair.
This could be a tough precaution to take when you love taking late night showers but its important that you know that wet hair is weaker than dry. Sleeping with wet hair causes frizz and breakage, so we advice you to prepone your shower routine or to blow-dry your hair before you hit the sack.