Satin and Silk Hair Bonnets That Protect Your Hair at NightApril 11, 2022
Reversible Satin Bonnet: Glow by Daye Satin Bonnet
Anyone who sleeps with a bonnet or scarf knows the struggle of waking up to find it next to you on the pillow. That’s where Glow by Daye’s Satin Bonnet comes in — the band is adjustable, so you can customize it to your head size without the need for bobby pins. Plus, it’s double layered and reversible, so you technically get two bonnets in one.
Mulberry Silk Hair Wrap: Silke London Hair Wrap
Ideal for shorter or flatter hair (it’s perfect post-silk press), the Silke London Silk Hair Wrap is available in chic, colorblocked options with knots in the front. It’s a bonnet that doesn’t look anything like a bonnet and is made of pure mulberry silk to prevent breakage.
Edge-Preserving Satin Bonnet: Evolve Satin Wide Edge Bonnet
This bonnet is a beauty supply store staple — it keeps edges smooth while also protecting the rest of your hair. It’s an ideal option for anyone who has a tendency to toss and turn or likes their edges to stay laid throughout the night.
Silk Hair Bonnet for Braids: Red by Kiss Silky Satin Braid Bonnet
Long braided styles can render your everyday bonnet obsolete, which is why we always recommend keeping a satin braid bonnet around, just in case. This option from Red by Kiss is made of breathable fabric that gently holds your braids in place while you sleep to prevent hair breakage.
Satin-Lined Beanie-Like Bonnet: Grace Eleyae Slap Cap
Slaps caps, which stand for “satin-lined caps,” have long been a staple in the natural hair scene. The beanie-like bonnets are innocuous enough to be worn outside and soft enough to be worn to bed. They’re also available in nearly every color imaginable, so feel free to pick up a few to match your mood or your PJs.