Bed Hair Options

Hello ladies

I often get asked how I wear my hair to bed.  Many ladies ask if I wrap my hair or if I take down my bun every night.
I wrote a post a while back showing how I used to cross-wrap my hair at night.  You can read that post here.

I no longer cross wrap my hair at night and I certainly don’t do a traditional wrap either.
How I wear my hair now depends on what style I have worn that day.

 

Option One.

If I have worn a bun or style that I plan to wear again the next day,   I simply cover my bun/style with a big scarf.
The next day I use a hair mist/moisture spray to moisturise the outside of the bun/style and use a brush to neaten my edges.  My hair styles are never  tight or uncomfortable so there is no tension and I can sleep comfortably.

 

Option Two

Sometimes after moisturising and sealing my hair in sections, I put it in large twists and pile the twists on my head and cover with a scarf.  I also do this if the style I have been wearing has gotten too rough and I’ve taken it down to detangle and moisture and seal thoroughly.

The next morning I simply undo the loose twists and restyle my hair.

These two options work well for me.  What do you do to your hair when you’re going to bed?

X

Lade

Learn | Change | Grow

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7 Comments

  1. AKP
    June 16, 2016 / 11:19 pm

    I have been doing the silk satin scarf, but noticed it hardly stays on tru out the night. So nw I use this wig caps that ain’t too tight. But def keep my hair nicely covered throughout the night. Tnx lade ur blog has rili helpd my hair.

  2. Lade
    August 25, 2016 / 1:21 am

    Hello AKP

    Thank you sooooo much for letting me know.
    Happy hair journey
    x
    Lade

  3. Rebecca Agbenu
    February 2, 2017 / 3:53 pm

    Hi i need help with my hair,it keeps breaking and doesnt grow anymore

    • Lade
      February 8, 2017 / 2:37 pm

      Hello Rebecca

      I am sorry about the hair issues you have had. If your hair was not growing you would be bald, so its likely that your hair IS growing but may be breaking and thinning. You must have a hair care regimen that you are consistent with if you want your hair to thrive. please read all the contents of the section called how to care for black hair on this blog. it will help you create a hair care regimen and I hope you will begin to see improvements in your hair.
      All the best

      x
      Lade

  4. nana
    February 9, 2017 / 9:09 pm

    hello Lade…. i kept hunting for hair blogs to meet my hair needs and i got it here!!!…i would want to retain lots of lengthy this year but dunno apart from silk or satin cap how else can i cover the hair..i usually use the normal naija hair net or i over oil the hair so that when i wake up it is still retained(at the expense of washing my bird sheets)..am i doing wrong?

  5. Bukola
    February 10, 2017 / 1:16 pm

    hi, my hair journey has been really bad,its bin more dan a year since i stated making it after going on low cut for a while but I can’t say it has improved dat much 4rm wat I started with it keeps breaking nd it’s really thin. I can say in summary dat my hair is a definition of the weakest type of hair ever. I want to go on the relaxed hair journey but I don’t knw if my can can survive it bcos its just too soft nd keeps breaking. Any ideas nd advice u have for me would be really appreciated nd I can promise you that it wud be followed consistently too. Thanks….

  6. Kui
    February 13, 2017 / 7:05 pm

    Hi lade, i am in love with your hair. Thank you for the tips, your blog is simply a miracle to me. Keep up the good work :-)

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