You can but make sure you're using a LEAVE IN conditioner otherwise you may weigh your hair down with all the silicone products OR oil if you do a DIY version.
Use coconut oil
I had a friend who would put mayo in wrap for a few hours then wash I could never leave in conditioner my thin hair would be so flat i barely use any as it is
I don't know. Sounds like it would be uncomfortable to sleep in. :(
It would probably be good for it. I have a friend who use to put heavy conditioner on her hair....put a plastic bag or shower cap on and then a towel wrapped around it....use the hair dryer for 5 to 8 min. to heat it up good and then just do things around the house all day leaving it on there. Every now and then she'd put the heat to it again. In the evening she'd rinse it out. She swore it helped. Good luck. Let us know what you do and if it helps.
I've done it, but honestly most conditioner doesn't need more than 30 min to to do all the good it can do. You can get the same results by putting conditioner in your hair, covering your hair (all of it) with a plastic cap and then wrapping a towel around the plastic cap. The trapped heat from your head will help the conditioner penetrate the strands better. After 30 min rinse thoroughly, especially your scalp and then add leave-in conditioner or diluted regular conditioner to your hair before styling.
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