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#L4LHair Tip Tuesday | 2 Ways to Preserve Curls at Night

Keeping our hair in tact at night is a challenge every black woman has dealt with since childhood.  From the stocking caps to the scarves and finally the bonnet and satin pillowcases, we’ve all used a plethora of tools and techniques.  Now, years later I have two methods that work REALLY well for me to preserve curls at night: pin curling and pineappling.  Best of all neither of these techniques require any direct heat, which makes them both healthy for our hair.

Preserve Curls at Night for Natural and Relaxed Hair #L4LHair Tip Tuesday

I pin curl when I have curls, flips or coils that I want to keep in tact.  I pineapple when I have waves (i.e. bantu knot, braid or twist out) or simply don’t have the time or energy to pin curl.  I always use silk or satin scarves/bonnets to cover and the next morning, I am still fine as wine when I take my hair down!

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Ebony C. Princess About Ebony C. Princess

A self proclaimed hair enthusiast and healthy hair advocate, Ebony C, Princess is the chief editor of Longing 4 Length. She shares her personal journey towards growing long, healthy hair while providing hair care tips and information.

  • http://thepinnacleproject.blogspot.com/ Britt @ The Pinnacle Project

    I did some pincurls the other night and it worked wonderfully! I can never get the pineapple to work for me :(

  • circafashion

    Love this tip. The pin curls worked great. I would always roll down not up. Rolling up made such a big difference and no bends. Thank you