The best way to get rid of bad hair days is by properly taming the misbehaving hair at night. Below, we list down ultra-easy steps to conquer dullness, frizz, and flyaways.

1. Don't sleep with wet hair.
Your strands are weaker when they are wet. The resistance from your pillowcase (preferably satin to prevent damaging friction) and sudden movements during sleep cause your wet hair to break. Wait until your hair is damp and wrap soft velcro rollers on sections of your hair —you'll wake up to bouncy, cascading wavy locks.

Try: Goody Start Style Finish Select-a-Curl, P1,899.75, at department stores.

2. Indulge in a scalp massage

Rub your fingers on your scalp to relax and stimulate circulation. This wakes up your hairs natural oils, making your mane lustrous without any aid of hair product.

3. Try an overall hair treatment.

Deep condition your tresses in the shower with a nourishing hair mask. After rinsing, wait until your strands ar 30 percent damp. Massage a leave-on conditioner or serum on the ends. You'll love how soft your hair will be in the morning.

Try: Phytokeratine Extreme Mask, P2,250, at Rustan's branches.

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