How do you sleep with wet hair?

How do you sleep with wet hair?

ElizaJane
ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 12:37 am #1

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
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AmandaPanda
AmandaPanda

August 26th, 2003, 2:34 am #2

So, you don't want waves or curls?

I don't suggest braiding when wet anyway. I've tried it- very bad. I woke up with a lot of "white dots" in my hair, and breakage.

You might want to try a high bun? But, that would give you big waves.
You could always comb them out, since your hair would most likely still be wet when you get up.
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ElizaJane
ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 2:57 am #3

I get those by braiding!
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parslie
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August 26th, 2003, 3:58 am #4

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
Can you dampen the ends slightly if you don't find a better solution? If I dampen my ends and comb them out, I can usually somewhat tame a funky 'do..
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ElizaJane
ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 4:06 am #5

What I'm looking for so that I can avoid the braiding process altogether because of the damage braiding could cause.Thanks, anyhow!!!

What DO all you long haired people do with your hair at bedttime? I tried to sleep with it loose last night and it got caught underneath my husbands arm and when I got up and pulled it practically out of my head I decided to get some "professional" advice from real live long haired people.I would so greatly appreciate your imput. Sleeping with loose hair is a dangerous gamble!!LOL!!

ElizaJane
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parslie
parslie

August 26th, 2003, 4:59 am #6

Well, I tried

I just sleep with mine in a bun or two secured with small claws...
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August 26th, 2003, 5:53 am #7

and tie a scarf around my head.If I'm using oils,I have a heavy duty towel on my pillow,and I have also invested in plastic pillow cases,too,much to my DH's dismay.Now,that my sinus infections are back in season,I don't know what I'm going to do about the wet hair situation at night now?
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August 26th, 2003, 7:13 am #8

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
If you braid when your hair is nearly dry, and do it verly loosely, you shouldn't have very many waves. You could spritz with water to remove any extra waves you might get.

High buns work similarly, but the fact is, any style done on wet hair, will product some sort of "set."

You might want to try putting your hair up in a satin sleeping cap. I'm just afriad it probably won't dry well that way though. If you don't have anywhere to go first thing in the morning, I imagine air drying would not take long.

You can also take satin scrunchies, and put them down the length of your hair. It keeps your hair contained, yet basically straight. I believe that Equestrian uses this method for sleeping with long hair, although I don't know if she's ever done it with wet hair.

I'm not much help, am I!

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August 26th, 2003, 9:29 am #9

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
And then I will do a loose braid or a bun secured with mini claws. On normal days when my hair is dry, I braid it (sometimes a French/Dutch braid, but mostly a normal 3-strand). When I don't have time and am really tired I won't secure the ends, but my hair is almost loose in the morning, though it's still easy to comb out.

I hope this helps a little! By the way, your "wuv and hwugs" is so cute!

Love,
~*Leia*~



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First goal: Waist length by December 2003 (around 28" on me)
Second goal: Tailbone by June 2004
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Only using a comb as a detangler, and a Mason Pearson BBB to stimulate the scalp.
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Lucy
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August 26th, 2003, 10:17 am #10

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
I try to avoid sleeping with wet hair if possible! If I wash it in the evening I will comb it thoroughly and just leave it loose to air dry. It will still be damp when I got bed, but at least it wont soak my pillowcase. If I do sleep with wet hair I braid it VERY loosely - I do a scrunchie ponytail (so that I don't have a ponytail line the next morning) and a very loose braid secured with another scrunchie. If braiding just isn't working for you, I wonder if sleeping in one of those turbie-twists/towel cap thingys would help? This is similiar to Fox's sleeping cap idea, but it is made out of towelling so it absorbs moisture. You could just leave your hair loose and wrap the turbie towel around it, avoiding waves, and hopefully also avoiding tangles as your hair will be protected under the towel. If you can get hold of one (or Lisa Janey I know makes her own) this might help??

Normally when I sleep (with dry hair) I just braid my hair. I sleep on a satin pillow case, which reduces frizz in the morning. I tried bunning my hair but I must move too much in my sleep because my hair frizzed from this!! The braid helps keep it in a straight position. My thick hair is quite volumunous and the waves from the braid helps any frizz or volume to at least look stylish I love waves.

Hope that helps!!
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August 26th, 2003, 2:17 pm #11

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
Though sleeping with wet/damp hair&nbsp;sounds like the perfect solution&nbsp;for convenient&nbsp;washing/drying I haven't had any success with this at all.&nbsp; The problems I have are that my wet/damp hair is difficult to manipulate so I prefer not to handle it until it's dry.&nbsp; I can't get a good smooth wet/damp bun like&nbsp;many others do (with straight hair I think) and even if I could I think&nbsp;it would stay damp forever in a smooth bun.&nbsp;

And&nbsp;a damp loose&nbsp;bun for me generally creates too many waves that have a mind of their own.&nbsp; I have great success styling my length into soft smooth waves when I bun freshly washed&nbsp;DRY hair though.&nbsp; I normally sleep with my hair in a loose coil draped over the top of my pillow and I've tried to do&nbsp;that with damp hair but get the same bad results as with a damp bun.&nbsp; Once hair has dried it "sets" into&nbsp;a wavy beach look which needs to be wet down again to be restyled otherwise it's super tangly and moves and hangs oddly which&nbsp;leads to&nbsp;potential damage for me as I attempt to handle the hair.&nbsp; It looks ok,&nbsp; but it feels like a mess of hair that's been&nbsp;dried by the salty sea breeze&nbsp;on the beach.&nbsp;

So&nbsp;for all these reasons I'm just staying away from sleeping with wet hair.&nbsp; I&nbsp;find it better to recondition&nbsp;and&nbsp;mist and airdry as part of my bedtime routine than to wash.&nbsp; I would wash if I could though.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;


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August 26th, 2003, 2:30 pm #12

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
when it's wet. It's almost dry when I wake up and then I just comb it and go.

If your braids are leaving kinks, could you mist your hair and then comb the kinks out..?

~Valerie~


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August 26th, 2003, 2:54 pm #13

When you sleep with loose damp hair, where are you placing the length, or how are you arranging it.&nbsp; I've tried to do this and I haven't been happy with the way it dries.&nbsp; Plus it doesn't completely dry which is part of the problem but maybe I could go to bed with it more dry to start with.&nbsp; I just haven't liked the way it "sets" when I've tried this but nighttime&nbsp;seems like an idea time to wash and dry if I could only get this to work.

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August 26th, 2003, 3:47 pm #14

I leave it in a towel for a few minutes to an hour before going to bed (usually, I wash my hair, put it up in a towel and go feed the horses, come back inside and go to sleep).

After I take the towel off, I comb the hair length above my shoulders and don't worry about the longest part, I'll get that in the morning when it's dry. Then I just lay the length over the top of my pillow and it stays put there (and I toss and turn a lot ). Between the headboard and my pillow, I place an empty satin pillow case, and my length lays on that.

It usually looks pretty good in the morning, I think. Not lumpy or frizzy or anything.

~Valerie~


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August 26th, 2003, 3:57 pm #15


That sounds pretty much like what I was doing except maybe my damp hair needs to start off drier when I go to bed.&nbsp;&nbsp;I think&nbsp;I'll&nbsp;try it again but with damp hair that's more dry this time.&nbsp; Also, I'm just going through a non-AO product phase and maybe the LUSH&nbsp;products I'm using&nbsp;will also make a difference though I'm not sure.


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Horn Combs for scalp cleaning and massage
Accessories: Good Hair Days MagicGrip Hairpins, Ficcare clips, hairsticks
Favorite Styles: Buns
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August 26th, 2003, 6:39 pm #16

I need ideas on how to sleep with a wet head of hair!!! I wash my hair in the evenings, and have been braiding it, but I wake up with all these waves and curls on the ends!
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

wuv and hwugs,
ElizaJane
I try and wash it fairly early so it can dry some. I think Fox mentioned she did that too, and a few others on here. It sounds like everyone gave you some great advice! I was leaving my hair loose to dry at night, and that worked pretty well. I usually sleep on my side, so I just put my hair over the edge of the bed. Lately I have been washing it in the morning. I haven't decided which I prefer yet.

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ElizaJane
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August 26th, 2003, 7:09 pm #17

If you braid when your hair is nearly dry, and do it verly loosely, you shouldn't have very many waves. You could spritz with water to remove any extra waves you might get.

High buns work similarly, but the fact is, any style done on wet hair, will product some sort of "set."

You might want to try putting your hair up in a satin sleeping cap. I'm just afriad it probably won't dry well that way though. If you don't have anywhere to go first thing in the morning, I imagine air drying would not take long.

You can also take satin scrunchies, and put them down the length of your hair. It keeps your hair contained, yet basically straight. I believe that Equestrian uses this method for sleeping with long hair, although I don't know if she's ever done it with wet hair.

I'm not much help, am I!

-Fox

17/34.75/35+ Type 2CMii (3B underneath layer) Somewhat fine, slightly wavy (with curls on the underneath layer), light brown with gold and red highlights. To see more pictures, click on the gallery collection link found here:
<a href=http://www.geocities.com/ifoxbox/ForeverFox.html> Forever Fox </a>


"Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Choose your words, for they become actions. Understand your actions, for they become habits. Study your habits, they will become your character. Develop your character for it becomes your destiny." -John MacArthur

Products Used:
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Nature's Gate Conditioners (As well as Forest Pure, another brand made by the makers of Nature's Gate)
Vinegar/herbal rinses

Oils: Jojoba, Sweet Almond, Virgin Oil de Coco Creme, Monoi, Castor, Meadowfoam Seed & essential oils

Shea Butter (from which I make my own leave-in)
MP Popular Mix Brush
Wood and Horn combs
Vitamins/Minerals/Herbal supplements
how you slept with YOUR hair!! I mean even dry, how do you keep it contained? Thanks for your replies, Fox.

EJ
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ElizaJane
ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 7:26 pm #18

So, you don't want waves or curls?

I don't suggest braiding when wet anyway. I've tried it- very bad. I woke up with a lot of "white dots" in my hair, and breakage.

You might want to try a high bun? But, that would give you big waves.
You could always comb them out, since your hair would most likely still be wet when you get up.
A high bun sounds great, but doesn't that get in the way of the headboard?

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ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 7:31 pm #19

Well, I tried

I just sleep with mine in a bun or two secured with small claws...
The high bun seems to reign around here!!LOL!!

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August 26th, 2003, 7:33 pm #20

and tie a scarf around my head.If I'm using oils,I have a heavy duty towel on my pillow,and I have also invested in plastic pillow cases,too,much to my DH's dismay.Now,that my sinus infections are back in season,I don't know what I'm going to do about the wet hair situation at night now?
I doubt if the scarf would stay five minutes the way I toss and turn. Great advice.

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Elizajane
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August 26th, 2003, 7:36 pm #21

And then I will do a loose braid or a bun secured with mini claws. On normal days when my hair is dry, I braid it (sometimes a French/Dutch braid, but mostly a normal 3-strand). When I don't have time and am really tired I won't secure the ends, but my hair is almost loose in the morning, though it's still easy to comb out.

I hope this helps a little! By the way, your "wuv and hwugs" is so cute!

Love,
~*Leia*~



2bNiii
18/26.1/35? (tailbone)
First goal: Waist length by December 2003 (around 28" on me)
Second goal: Tailbone by June 2004
Bangs at 11 inches

Only a few layers left!

CWC Method, sometimes with a pre-wash oiling of Extra Virgin Olive Oil or heated Coconut Oil

Only using a comb as a detangler, and a Mason Pearson BBB to stimulate the scalp.
Buy the way, how do you braid other than the regular way? I thought there was only two ways, french and American.

wuvnhwugs,
Elizajane
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ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 7:38 pm #22

I try to avoid sleeping with wet hair if possible! If I wash it in the evening I will comb it thoroughly and just leave it loose to air dry. It will still be damp when I got bed, but at least it wont soak my pillowcase. If I do sleep with wet hair I braid it VERY loosely - I do a scrunchie ponytail (so that I don't have a ponytail line the next morning) and a very loose braid secured with another scrunchie. If braiding just isn't working for you, I wonder if sleeping in one of those turbie-twists/towel cap thingys would help? This is similiar to Fox's sleeping cap idea, but it is made out of towelling so it absorbs moisture. You could just leave your hair loose and wrap the turbie towel around it, avoiding waves, and hopefully also avoiding tangles as your hair will be protected under the towel. If you can get hold of one (or Lisa Janey I know makes her own) this might help??

Normally when I sleep (with dry hair) I just braid my hair. I sleep on a satin pillow case, which reduces frizz in the morning. I tried bunning my hair but I must move too much in my sleep because my hair frizzed from this!! The braid helps keep it in a straight position. My thick hair is quite volumunous and the waves from the braid helps any frizz or volume to at least look stylish I love waves.

Hope that helps!!
are a wonderful idea. Not so sure how to get one. A regular towel just doesn't stay put.

wuvnhwugs,
ElizaJane
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Eliza Jane
Eliza Jane

August 26th, 2003, 7:41 pm #23

Though sleeping with wet/damp hair&nbsp;sounds like the perfect solution&nbsp;for convenient&nbsp;washing/drying I haven't had any success with this at all.&nbsp; The problems I have are that my wet/damp hair is difficult to manipulate so I prefer not to handle it until it's dry.&nbsp; I can't get a good smooth wet/damp bun like&nbsp;many others do (with straight hair I think) and even if I could I think&nbsp;it would stay damp forever in a smooth bun.&nbsp;

And&nbsp;a damp loose&nbsp;bun for me generally creates too many waves that have a mind of their own.&nbsp; I have great success styling my length into soft smooth waves when I bun freshly washed&nbsp;DRY hair though.&nbsp; I normally sleep with my hair in a loose coil draped over the top of my pillow and I've tried to do&nbsp;that with damp hair but get the same bad results as with a damp bun.&nbsp; Once hair has dried it "sets" into&nbsp;a wavy beach look which needs to be wet down again to be restyled otherwise it's super tangly and moves and hangs oddly which&nbsp;leads to&nbsp;potential damage for me as I attempt to handle the hair.&nbsp; It looks ok,&nbsp; but it feels like a mess of hair that's been&nbsp;dried by the salty sea breeze&nbsp;on the beach.&nbsp;

So&nbsp;for all these reasons I'm just staying away from sleeping with wet hair.&nbsp; I&nbsp;find it better to recondition&nbsp;and&nbsp;mist and airdry as part of my bedtime routine than to wash.&nbsp; I would wash if I could though.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;


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Fia's Hair Typing System: 2aFii
Products: Aubrey Organics shampoos, conditioners and styling products
Treatments: jojoba oil, lavender EO, Smooth n Shine Serum
Tools: large soft boar hair paddle brush, large wooden pin-cushion paddle brush, NuBone Detangler Handled Comb,
Horn Combs for scalp cleaning and massage
Accessories: Good Hair Days MagicGrip Hairpins, Ficcare clips, hairsticks
Favorite Styles: Buns
Started growing at brastrap length / currently 39 " / goal of 36 " with thick ends
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Yes, I know what you mean about the beach look in the hair. LOL!!!

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Elizajane
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ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 7:44 pm #24

when it's wet. It's almost dry when I wake up and then I just comb it and go.

If your braids are leaving kinks, could you mist your hair and then comb the kinks out..?

~Valerie~


29- 39- 42 (Trimming some each month to thicken up ends.)





Don't look for the solution, look for the cause. When you find the cause, you'll have your solution. ~Mark Rashid
long haired people say this works. It doesn't for me becazuse I toss and turn ALOT.

By the way, may I ask what your hair type is? It looks quite similar to mine.

wuvnhwugs,
Elizajane
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ElizaJane

August 26th, 2003, 7:47 pm #25

I try and wash it fairly early so it can dry some. I think Fox mentioned she did that too, and a few others on here. It sounds like everyone gave you some great advice! I was leaving my hair loose to dry at night, and that worked pretty well. I usually sleep on my side, so I just put my hair over the edge of the bed. Lately I have been washing it in the morning. I haven't decided which I prefer yet.

That would work for me. As it is now, I have practically kicked my DH outta bed and stole his covers while sleeping, so I won't trust myself with my hair loose at night!!LOL!!

wuvnhwugs,
Elizajane
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August 26th, 2003, 7:49 pm #26

I leave it in a towel for a few minutes to an hour before going to bed (usually, I wash my hair, put it up in a towel and go feed the horses, come back inside and go to sleep).

After I take the towel off, I comb the hair length above my shoulders and don't worry about the longest part, I'll get that in the morning when it's dry. Then I just lay the length over the top of my pillow and it stays put there (and I toss and turn a lot ). Between the headboard and my pillow, I place an empty satin pillow case, and my length lays on that.

It usually looks pretty good in the morning, I think. Not lumpy or frizzy or anything.

~Valerie~


29- 39- 42 (Trimming some each month to thicken up ends.)





Don't look for the solution, look for the cause. When you find the cause, you'll have your solution. ~Mark Rashid
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August 26th, 2003, 7:49 pm #27

A high bun sounds great, but doesn't that get in the way of the headboard?

wuv n hwugs,
Elizajane
How far back do you sleep with your head on your pillow?
It shouldn't get in the way (it doesn't get in my way).

If it does, just move your pillow further away.

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Eliza Jane

August 26th, 2003, 7:55 pm #28

That's right, how silly of me! I guess the claw clips are another reason I don't do high buns becuase they get tangled up in my hair!!

Thanks!
wuvnhwugs,
ElizaJane
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August 26th, 2003, 7:58 pm #29

Well, I tried

I just sleep with mine in a bun or two secured with small claws...
I like the idea of the high bun. Isn't there another way to secure the bun, other then the claw clips? My scrunhie, how could I use that?

Thanks

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ElizaJane
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August 26th, 2003, 8:17 pm #30

long haired people say this works. It doesn't for me becazuse I toss and turn ALOT.

By the way, may I ask what your hair type is? It looks quite similar to mine.

wuvnhwugs,
Elizajane
Straight, fine haired, and normal thickness- a 4" ponytail.

Are you my hair buddy?!

And yep- sleeping like that is really comfortable- no braid so I can sleep on my back.

~Valerie~


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