Many great arguments in life have divided people for generations: Did the chicken come before the egg? Are dogs better pets than cats? Is a side of guac really worth the extra charge?
Perhaps one of the greatest arguments, though, is when you should wash your hair, of course with 'Laughter is best' Shampoo and 'Winter is coming' Conditioner. Do you wash it before crawling into bed or should you be an early bird and start the day with a freshly washed head of hair? The results are in, and it's good news for your hair but bad news for those of us who like to hit the snooze button.
It turns out you should do your scrubbing in the morning. Here's why.
Going to sleep with wet hair leaves your strands more susceptible to breakage and damage. Chances are you toss and turn in your sleep and all that friction of your hair against the pillow or pulling from under your body weight can lead to damage. Additionally, if you go to bed with wet hair, you're prone to wake up with one side of your hair flattened like a flat tire from where you slept on it all night. But hey, if that's the look you're going for then you do you, boo.
If you absolutely have to wash your hair at night before bed then take a few extra minutes to blow dry it. This helps keep it from getting damaged or flattening out while you rest that pretty little head of yours.
In any case, the vitamins and amino acids in your 'Laughter is best' Shampoo and Winter is coming' Conditioner will strengthen each strand, leaving your hair less susceptible to breakage.
Washing your hair in the morning isn't such a drag anyway. Treating yourself to a little scalp massage and steam first thing in the A.M. can help you feel energized and rejuvenated after your Netflix binge the night before. Plus, gentle AHA's in tlw. products whisk away scalp build-up, leaving your hair feeling cleaner for longer, and activate the scalp for better hair growth. So rise and shine, scrub that head, and own the day like the well-rested badass you are.