Frustrating, isn’t it?
Your day has been long and you just want to go to bed. That’s normal, but you can’t neglect your tresses.
It’s important to properly prepare your hair for bedtime. Those thirty roots should be wrapped with the ultimate garment, which is that satin scarf.
Most African American women have heard about satin scarves for natural hair. The problem is keeping them on your head while you sleep.
Here are some quick steps for securing satin scarves for natural hair
1. Water Your Hair
If those thirsty roots are dry, spritz your hair with water to regain the moisture lost throughout the day.
2. Seal In The Moisture
The best way to keep the moisture you just sprinted into your hair is to seal it in. Shea butter cream or a light application of our Apricot Castor Oil will do the trick every time.
3. Twisting and Stretching the Hair
Easy to manage your strands and elongates those thirsty roots after the take down. Be sure to use an elastic band for securing the bun.
4. Satin Scarf Wrapping
Using satin scarves over satin bonnets gives you greater control for wrapping your hair.
a. Let it hang the long way
b. Place it over the head
c. Tie it in the back underneath bun
d. Twist the back end tightly
e. Bring back ties around to front
f. Tie the scarf securely in front
g. Tuck side behind your ears
h. Side view of the satin scarf
You are now ready to get some beauty sleep. This method works well for keeping your hair in tack while you rest. You shouldn’t experience satin scarves for natural hair slipping off.