9 Questions To Ask Yourself If Your Natural Hair Is Suffering From Breakage

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Your nighttime regimen is very important because we lose a lot of our moisture at night. You moisturize your face and body before you go to sleep, right? You should be doing the same for your hair. After you re-moisturize and seal, make sure you are going to sleep on a satin or silk surface. Regular cotton pillowcases are very absorbent and will soak up a lot of the moisture you just worked hard to infuse into your strands. Instead, opt for a satin scarf or bonnet. Not only will this material not absorb the moisture from your hair, it will also keep your style in place. If headgear isn’t your think, invest in a satin pillowcase so that your hair will be protected even as you toss and turn.

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