If you have perm hair, you know that it can be high-maintenance.

From daily styling to making sure it doesn't get too damaged, there's a lot that goes into keeping your perm looking its best.

One of the most important things you can do for your perm is to make sure you're taking care of it when you sleep.

Here are a few tips on how to sleep with perm hair so you can wake up looking and feeling your best.

Pillowcase Matters

Satin or silk pillowcases are best for perm hair because they help to reduce friction.
This is important because friction can cause your perm to become frizzy and damaged. If you don't have a silk or satin pillowcase, you can also put your hair up in a loose bun or braid before going to bed.

This will help to keep it from tangling and becoming damaged overnight.

Give Your Scalp Some Love

Your scalp is home to your natural oils, which are important for keeping your hair healthy. When you have a perm, it's important to make sure you're massaging your scalp regularly to stimulate oil production.

This will help to keep your perm looking shiny and healthy. You can also use a light oil or serum on your ends before bed to help keep them from drying out overnight.

Protect Your Perm

If you want your perm to last, it's important that you protect it from heat damage. That means no blow-drying, curling, or flat-ironing without using a heat protectant first. It's also important to avoid sleeping on wet hair, as this can cause damage and breakage.

If possible, allow your hair to air-dry before going to bed. If not, gently squeeze excess water out with a towel before applying a leave-in conditioner and putting it up for the night.

Taking care of your perm doesn't stop when you leave the salon—it's important to take care of it every day, including when you're sleeping.

By following these simple tips, you can make sure your perm looks great when you wake up in the morning!