You sleep with wet hair
Hair is weakest when it’s wet, which is why hitting the sack right after you shower could cause damage and split ends, says celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson. “Rubbing on the sheets at night if hair is wet can make the cuticle ends rough up, which makes hair frizzy and dry,” he says. If you shower at night, make sure your hair is dry, or you braid it before going to sleep, he says. Don’t fall for 12 of the absolute worst things you can ever do to your hair.
You leave your hair up
In some occasions, a topknot can preserve your style from the day before, says Gibson, but tying your hair in a tight bun or ponytail can damage your strands. “If you wear your hair up in the same place all day or every night while sleeping, that hair tie will stay in the same place and cause breakage,” says celebrity hairstylist Kylee Heath. If you can’t stand to leave your hair down, try sleeping in braids, which are easier on the hair and will create pretty waves, she says. Even try one of these tips from professional hairstylists to look young and fresh in every photo.