Rozy really wants to know…How can you get rid of bedhead when you slept on wet hair?
The Right Brain responds:
This question led us to a mention in our Forum of one of the most innovative hair products we’ve seen in quite a while. It’s called Morning Head…
What is Morning Head?
Morning Head is like a shower cap lined with absorbent diaper material. You pour a cup of water into the cap then put it on your head and rub it around. It’s designed to rewet your hair enough to remove the bed head but not get it soaking wet so you’ll have to use a towel or blow dryer. While it’s a clever idea it primarily designed for guys although I suppose women with short hair could use it as well.
What’s the best way to get rid of bed head?
Morning Head does appear to do a good job rewetting hair by helping you apply just the right amount of water. But it’s missing a very important point: You still need quite a bit of water to wet your hair well enough to reset the hydrogen bonds that cause bed head as you sleep. (Hydrogen bonds are a weak chemical interaction between the protein fibers that are as your hair dries.) A little bit of mild surfactant can do the same thing without getting your hair as wet. While we’ve never seen any product specifically designed to work like this but Tresemme’s Fresh Start Waterless Foam comes pretty close. You might give it a try if you’re not in the mood for Morning Head.
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