Which Nighttime Hair Care Device Should you Use, Silk Bonnet or Silk Pillowcase?

You should never underestimate the power of silk when it comes to curly hair care. This could make or break your hair goals, whether they are length or strength related. Always choose one of these options, but if you are not sure which one is best for you, then here you go!

Silk Bonnet/Scarf Benefits

The bonnet and scarf are best for protecting curl styles such as braids, coils or twists. They cover and protect your hair from the friction of sleeping on cotton or other fabrics.  They are also beneficial when trying to improve the quality of your hair. Silk will allow your hair to maintain its moisture while other fabrics take away your body and hair moisture. Now for the great news!  Your temperature rises when sleeping so with the right products you can condition and repair strands overnight! To boost the benefits of this method, apply protecting, nourishing oil like Champagne and Caviar Curl Elixir on your tips before covering with your satin cap.

Silk Pillowcase Benefits

The Silk Pillowcase is prefect for the wash-and-go girls, who like to wear their hair free and wild. The silk will also allow your curls to rest comfortably without harsh friction and it also will not smoosh your curls throughout the night as the bonnet or scarf would. If you need to stretch your curls try gathering your hair into a scrunchie at the top of your head while sleeping. This is also known as the pineapple method for nighttime hair care. This technique allows your hair to be protected from extra harm by setting your hair away from the potential nightly damage. Releasing the pineapple will provide stretched curls, ready to be refreshed with a refresher spray before leaving for your day.

So, have you made your Silk Bonnet or Pillowcase decision?


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