The weather is pretty unpredictable these days. And If in this weather, you're thinking of going to bed with wet hair, you must think twice.
No worries, we're here to help you and let you know that whether going to bed with wet hair will always end up with giving you cold and a sore throat or you can actually try it.
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... the temperature of the bedroom. The loss of heat energy is more if the temperature of the room is much less than the normal.
But some studies reveal that spending more time in a colder room with wet hair makes the body more susceptible to the virus. Thus, going to bed with wet hair must be avoided unless the room is warm and airy.
Flip your head upside down and create four loose and messy buns of twisted (but not tightly) hair and tie the buns individually. You'll wake up with wonderful curls in the morning!
Braid your damp hair before going to bed to wake up with luscious locks in the morning. Don't keep the braids too tight. Remove the braids in the morning, shake your head and let the braids open naturally.
If you are troubled by hair creasing in your sleep, loosely tie your hair above your head using a scrunchie and secure it in a bun. If you don't find a scrunchie at that moment, use a sock by cutting its top and use it as a hair tie instead.
This is a pretty easy technique for hair styling. Flip your wet hair and pile it on a thin cotton towel (cotton t-shirts give the best result) and wrap it tightly above your head. Fluff your hair in the morning after removing the towel and win the world!
If you want to wake up with straight hair, use a silk bedding. The smooth fabric of the silk provides less friction to your hair and keeps it smooth and straight.
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