And about to get a whole lot healthier. You can still do this if your hair is still full of the mousse and you want a day-to-night kind of transformation. The cool thing about mousse is that it holds but remains light and slightly flexible, so you can have that deep wet effect without the hardness and weight of gel, which for those with fine hair already know is no bueno. Spray a bit more water to soften the product in your hair already, put a dollop of hair gel in the palm of your hand best to start with less and build if needed and rake it through your hair, pulling back and making a deep side part. Gilbert says that sleeping with wet hair does not immediately damage your hair follicles or shaft, but it can certainly lead to hair breakage, because wet hair is weakest when wet, making it more pliable and easy to break. Again, the mousse will give you the volume, hold, and moldability to keep that flip reaching for the stars while also giving the rest of your hair body. Get our weekly Health Reads newsletter We will use your email address to send you this newsletter.
First, you can swap your cotton pillowcases for silk or satin ones.
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All you need is mousse. First, you can swap your cotton pillowcases for silk or satin ones. But have you ever stopped to think about the risks of sleeping with wet hair? Get our Best Deal! Next, you can make sure to sleep with your hair down or in a loose braid, instead of up in a tight bun or ponytail.