Just out of curiosity I have a question,,,
Has anyone ever slept in their wigs using a silky net?
If so does that ruin the wig??
would love anyone's input on this please as I bought a silk net and the woman at the store told me I could sleep in my wig as long as I had the net on but they will say anything to sell something to you!

Thank-you

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Comment by R0BB on July 10, 2011 at 3:58pm
Hello Lisa Lynn -

As you know , I do not wear anything on top my head except my HUGE ego and the microchip that the government installed near my right ear to track my next move but ,

I would assume that sleeping in a wig would at the very least , give a "hat head " appearance and probably flatten it out .

Unless its really cold in your sleeping haven , why would ya wanna wear one to bed anyway.
I would think that if theres one place you can certainly be yourself and relax at , would be your "bood wha "

Anyway , Im sure there are a ton of folks on here better qualified to answer your query so lets see what appears .

Wishing you continued happy days ahead Lisa Lynn and ... salute !

- Peace

Comment by Rose Marie' on July 10, 2011 at 6:33pm
Hi

It really isn't recommended by most wig sellers. (Do this, hold your hairpiece in your hand, with the other hand constantly rub the hair on your wig from side to side for 8 hours) sort of says it all doesn't it.

:)

Rosy
Comment by Karen Smith on July 11, 2011 at 9:52am
My daughter sleeps in her wigs, she uses a satin pillowcase. I am sure it cuts down on the life of the wigs but she cannot sleep without it on. It is what she has gotten use to.
Comment by Annabelle on July 11, 2011 at 11:53am
I slept with a wig on for almost 2 years. You would think that if a man could not except me with a bald head then I should just give him the boot anyways, right?! Well, I never even gave him the chance to see me without it. And, by the end of our relationship, it was the end of the life of my wig, too. The hair was dead, and my cap even had holes torn in it! I hope I am brave enough to let the next man I meet see me without a wig, every night!
Comment by Norm on July 11, 2011 at 12:48pm
I've never tried sleeping in a wig, but I just can't see how it'd be anything like as comfortable as a bed, silky net or not. Unless it was a really big wig belonging to someone with a really big head.... hmmm.... anyone on here?? ;)
Comment by Tallgirl on July 11, 2011 at 1:04pm
You kill me! ; )
Comment by Petra on July 11, 2011 at 5:55pm
The only time I have something on my head while sleeping is in the winter when my head gets really really cold. Couldn't imagine trying to sleep in a wig. I'm sure if I did it would probably be on backwards by the time I woke up :-)
Comment by Norm on July 11, 2011 at 6:02pm
... or even worse, somewhere other than your head ;)
Comment by Tallgirl on July 11, 2011 at 6:19pm
That's the dilemma. One can find the wig...or even a scarf...on the floor by morning. Whooooooooops!
Comment by Norm on July 11, 2011 at 6:33pm
Er, it wasn't "the floor" that I was thinking of... :) I can imagine waking up next to someone and finding her wig doing a passable impression of a hairy Alien face-hugger... eek! Yep, "bald" is fine by me... oh yes!

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