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Living life with a lace front wigs can be both challenging and exciting. After a tiring day, you can fall asleep. But after waking up you may see your hair is tangled and damaged badly. You can easily solve this issue by learning to manage long hair properly. This article will discuss everything about long hair management while sleeping without damaging it and make you feel comfortable. Can You Sleep With A Wig On Without Causing Hair Damage? Many hair experts agree that sleeping with your HD lace wigs on is not a good idea. As with natural hair, wigs pushed, tossed, and pressed during the night can cause frizz, split ends, hair damage, tangling that takes hours to disentangle, pressure on the scalp, and other issues. Even if you take good care of your wig, sleeping with it on your head regularly or most of the time may significantly diminish its lifespan and necessitate frequent replacement. If you are on a tight budget and want to keep your wig as long as possible, the greatest thing you can do is not sleep with it, at least not frequently. There are many different types of lace wigs, and although some are made of higher-quality materials, others are made of synthetic materials that do not last long, especially when subjected to heat like stylers and curling irons. That is why many ladies like and sleep with long black human hair wigs. Things To Avoid With Long Hair While Sleeping Before digging into the specifics of what you should do with a long hair wig at night, it would be best to start with what you should not do! The following are the top three instances of poor practice: Wearing alcohol-containing hair products, such as hairspray, to bed. These products' alcohol concentrations might promote dryness and eventually leave your hair brittle and prone to breaking. Wear hair accessories to bed, such as metal clips, extensions, and elastics. These can cause hair damage, obvious dents in the morning, and increased friction against the fibers of your bed. Going to sleep with loose deep wave wig. When your hair is moist, it is particularly susceptible because the chemical links between keratins (proteins) within the hair follicles weaken. So, sleeping with wet hair, or simply brushing wet hair too vigorously, can distort the hair follicle, resulting in stretching and, eventually, damaged hair.