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How to Protect Your Hair at Night

Summer is almost here, Curlfriends, and that means even more opportunities to flaunt your fros, tantalize with your twist-outs, and wow with your wash and gos. After a great day sipping rosé on the patio or a breezy summer night out on the town, try these simple steps to make sure your bedtime hair routine is on point and keep your curls healthy and supercute all summer long.

STEP 1: MOISTURIZE

Properly moisturizing your hair at night is key to ensuring a gorgeous ‘do in the morning. Tailored Beauty Moisturizing Mist, which is perfect to use as the liquid in your LOC regimen, contains humectants that keep hair moisturized.

Dry, thirsty hair gets a boost from the Moisture Penetrating Leave-In Conditioner Treatment from our new Golden Herbal Collection. Gotu Kola extract and Neem oil detangle hair for easier manageability and strengthens strands.

STEP 2: LOCK IN MOISTURE

Seal in the moisture with Everything Butter, a blend of shea butter, coconut oil, and vitamin E that prevents breakage. This multi-use cream works on skin, too, quenching dry skin and soothing rashes and eczema.

Apply a small amount of Curl Antidote Curling Cream to your strands before twisting or braiding for the night. This light formula locks in moisture and provides hold, making textured styles fabulous.

STEP 3: PROTECT

As the last step before lights out, slip on our 100% Satin Bonnet to protect your hair while you sleep. Made with high-quality materials, our bonnet reduces breakage, retains moisture, and helps styles last longer.

These three easy steps make prepping your hair for bedtime quick and simple. Now you’re ready for a great night’s rest, and a gorgeous head of hair in the morning.

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2 thoughts on “How to Protect Your Hair at Night

  1. avatar Sydney Trowell says:

    Love the bonnet. It more soft than the tradition bonnet.

  2. avatar Diavian M. says:

    Love this. Your night routine should be like the icing on the cake. Protect your strands and moisturizing is all I do and I’ve been able to retain a lot of length.

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