Way #4: Maintain Straight Natural Hair With Satin Headscarf
While I don't recommend straightening your hair, there may be special occasions when you want to do it.
It takes time to flat iron your hair, and every straightening session carries a risk that you may be damaging your hair.
So, the last thing you want is about of frizz to come in and revert it prematurely. If you’re going to do it, do it right. Getting the most out of your straight hair means preserving it each night so that it stays straight until you’re ready for a wash.
Wraps suit straight-haired naturals very well, because they keep the hair stretched, but they don’t create a curl pattern like twists or braids would.
Plus, wraps are very protective and even stylish. If Rihanna can rock her wrap out in public, so can we.
Wraps cover the front part of your hair well. To make the wrap, begin by parting your hair on the side, and wrapping your hair completely around your head. Secure it with bobby pins as you go.
Straight hair works well with the Satin Headscarf and Satin Pillowcase instead of the Bonnet because they compresses the hair and help to keep it straight.
Using these night maintenance routines will preserve your hairstyle and make next-day styling breezy. They serve to protect the hair so that it stays organized and free of tangles.
Developing a good night routine is one of the best choices you can make as a natural. What do you do to maintain your hair at night?