Just down and natural like your avatar...same thing.
just leave it down hahaha. I'm too lazy and tired to do anything with it before i go to bed, but i do have a habit of sleeping with wet hair. it helps me sleep and i wake up with voluminous curly-ish hair :)
Braid your hair and in the morning finger comb. The curls will look natural.
*Cover your pillow with a towel.
loose ponytail. It sometimes comes undone.
In a french braid usually. I have waist length curly hair and I look like Shirley Temple in the morning if I leave it loose :P
I have it down to about five minutes now,lol... practice, practice ;)
When I used to have my hair down to my lower back (being a 6'3" person)...I'd always end up tyen it loosely/lightly in a pony tail at 3 spots. Shoulder, mid-back and couple inches away from the bottom tips
in a ponytail lately
Usually a single braid to prevent hair from being tangled, pulled and more or less strangling me as I toss and turn in my sleep!
My hair is fairly curly, but stretched out, its down to my nipples. I don't mess with my hair, its almost always free. Only exception is around machinery it could get caught in.
Don't laugh, I take my hair very seriously.
Just down as usual. I don't put it up or anything. I don't like any thing by my pillow to touch my hair. But sometimes I do find my cat sleeping in it. I have very long hair.
I put it all in a high bun or ill braid it but when i usually do that sometimes i wake in the middle of the night to it strangling me lol
Even though buns and pony tails are annoying, a messy, loose bun is better than leaving it straight.
I plait it so it doen't wrap around my neck and wake me up.
I let it flow all over the pillow, as natural as can be.<br />
How about you?
For all people with long hair i suggest them to cut their hair...that would be pretty easy
Towel dry as much as I am able. Then cover my pillow with a towel.
I don't wash my hair every day. And never at night. Daily washing creates your hair to become oily. It causes the scalp to produce more oil. IF you must, wet and use only a cream rinse. NOT a soap that adds more oil from the scalp.