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Didn;t know about the rest, but headache and catching a cold are the two main reasons why I stopped doing that. And really never sleeping with wet hair EVER again :/
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I love how my hair are in the morning when I sleep without a doing a hairdryer first :/ But I too catch a cold sometimes :/ :/
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Really???? You like them?? Wow... mine get so so messy! Kombs everywhere and frizzy hairs
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Thanks! I get nice waves in the morning, but I usually also start sneezing and sniffing not so lucky :/
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well, yes if yu say so :/ However if you want waves you can always try hair braids ;)
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haha that's actually what I do most of the time ;))
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I am an evening shower person, and the only time dryers or heated styling tools are used is twice a year, when my hair gets copper put back on it.(And even that isn’t the harshest way to do it, she also does not color 100% to my scalp) It’s been longer than 6 months because of the virus though. My hair really likes drying naturally, but I am not opposed to showering earlier so it’s dry before I sleep. I have a limited ingredient aloe spray that helps with frizz. Have also used a silk pillowcase for a while now. It’s possible sleeping with wet hair doesn’t help my eczema.
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Thanks for the info. Definitely not doing this anymore
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Well I guess I know now where my headaches come from ?
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Had no idea doing this could cause so many problems
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