How To Stop Pulling Hair Out At Night And Look Good In The Morning!
I made a purchase a couple months ago on a whim hoping it would help me stop pulling my hair out at night.
It was this fancy contraption called the Sleep Styler, it was featured Shark Tank one night when I was watching.
I paid $55 for it and never received it. 😥
5 months went by and I never got the damn thing so I cancelled the order and got my money back.
I really had to do some leg work to get my money back but they did eventually give the money back.
I was somewhat devastated over the experience because I really did think it would be helpful and I guess I expected better service from Lori Griener’s products. 🤷
But God works in mysterious ways and I forgive Ms. Griener for the lousy experience because a couple months ago I was at Walmart and I saw the Sleep Styler on the As Seen On TV Shelf.
And it was CHEAPER! Hello! Like $30 cheaper too, not just a couple bucks.
What turned out to be a crappy experience actually worked out to my advantage because I got the Sleep Styler and I got it for much less than I would have if I had received it from the show.
I was ridiculously excited when I got home with it and I couldn’t wait to try it that night.
The reason I believed the Sleep Styler would work for my night pulling is because I have to wrap my hair up in these soft curlers and I won’t be able to get to it.
So, to make a long story even longer I used the Sleep Styler that night.
It was a pain in the ass, I’m not going to lie.
I watched a ton of freaking videos that made it look effortless and it was not!
It took me a half an hour that night, if not longer but I was determined damn it!
And tah dah…
I Did It
I look terrible in these curlers, it’s totally unattractive but there’s no way I can pull my hair when it’s wrapped up like this!
I used to put my hair in braids at night to help stop me, but I hated the way my hair would crimp up when I took them out.
With these curlers though, I get nice big curls that look good.
Here’s My Hair In The Morning…
I find that when my hair is already looking nice like this, it’s incentive not to touch it during the daytime.
About Sleeping At Night
Sleeping at night with the Sleep Styler isn’t easy at first.
It’s not super comfy as the girl on TV made it sound but it’s not so terrible it can’t be done either.
Once I got used to it, it was no big deal.
For me the alternative is braids or skull cap and both leave my hair looking bent and weird.
I’ve tried using beanies and headbands before but they just slip off the way I thrash around.
I realize this idea might not work for everyone because not everyone wants to wrap their hair up like an 85-year-old woman at night.
If you have shorter hair, there are smaller curlers or you could try a skull cap if you don’t want curls.
There are knock off soft curlers like the Sleep Styler on Amazon, so you can actually get some even cheaper than I did. 😮