Last week we reviewed the different kinds of bedhead styles you might encounter: Dynamite, The Flick, The Flathead, and Flawless.
But what do these four common bedhead styles reveal?
Tossing and turning is the main cause for Dynamite hair. Odds are, you’re only getting 1 to 3 solid hours of sleep.
Why are you tossing and turning? Could be for any number of reasons:
The Flick may require a little extra humidity to hold its shape, as well as the opportunity to mold a cowlick into being. For that, you’re probably getting more hours of sleep (4 to 6), but it might be in a funny position.
Why might you sleep in a funny position? Could be for any number of reasons:
The opposite of cowlicks is The Flathead. You didn’t move all night, and it appears your pillow has absorbed all the body in your hair while you slept. That could be a good or a bad thing. It could be good if you actually slept 7 to 9 hours. But it could be bad if you didn’t sleep at all.
Flawless hair is also a sign you slept all night long. Some people work at having Flawless hair in the morning by using hair products, styling tools, silk pillowcases, braiding techniques, and other tricks. But there might be other reasons why you wake up with ready-to-wear hair:
Everybody has a bedhead style. What’s yours?
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And don’t forget to pledge to get a little extra sleep in September!