Super Natural: MahoganyCurls on Sleeping With Wet Hair

Have you ever had to style your hair late at night and are forced to sleep with wet or damp hair? I have and every time I do this my hair is a disaster the next morning. Granted, this usually happens when I decide to style my hair in a wash n go because I cannot twist it. It get the same results time after time: Damp matted hair. I know everyone's hair is different but I would like to share a few lessons that I have learned from sleeping with wet hair.

MahoganyCurls Aug, 19, 2014

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Lesson number one: it will never dry. My hair dries overnight when it is damp but not when it is completely wet. I have noticed that it will remain the same if I decide to sleep on it and it isn't partially dry.

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My hair shrinks like crazy when I sleep on it wet. The combination of wet hair in the morning plus the extra shrinkage isn't a good look.

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Tangles is one of the biggest problems that I have when it comes to sleeping with wet hair. I have learned that it is best to take time out before bed to properly style my hair since rushing always leave me with less than stellar results. I have learned that doing the right the first time will save me time the next day and prevent unwanted hair frustrations.

Jessica Lewis's tutorials have received more than 22 million views on the MahoganyCurls YouTube channel, and nearly 500K follow the Macon, GA native via social media.


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