Home Decor for Your Hair

A silk pillowcase may seem like an over-the-top indulgence, but really, it can be one of the most practical beauty purchases you ever make. Other than looking pretty on your bed, a silky cover might just be your key to healthy hair and better-looking skin.

You have a potent night cream for your face, and your overnight hair masks and, while that's all well and good, they may not be enough to keep you from waking up with frizzy strands and dull skin. But before you automatically spend money on new creams, consider buying a silk pillowcase to combat not just bedhead, but stressed skin, too.

The smooth, tightly woven fabric creates a cushiony layer that lessens friction against hair or skin. That means moisturizers and natural oils will stay put, and you'll experience less hair breakage.

Redecorate your bedroom and reconfigure your beauty routine at the same time with the help of one of the silk pillowcases below.

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Gold Queen Pillowcase, $80, slipsilkpillowcase.com.

Slumber Party Silk Pillowcase by Drybar, $45, nordstrom.com.

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Ming Silk Pillowcase by Kumi Kookoon, $149, onekingslane.com.

Natural Silk Pillowcase by Beautyzzz, $47, urbanoutfitters.com.
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Silk Eyeshade and Pillowcase, $96, soma.com.

Silk Pillowcase by Sleep n' Beauty, $75, ahalife.com.

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Silk Essentials Standard Pillowcase by Donna Karan, $300, bloomingdales.com.

100% Mulberry Silk Pillowcase, $35, fishersfinery.com.

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Silk Pillowcase with Silk Piping by Dreamsacks, $82, brookstone.com.

Pillowcase, $50, theethicalsilkco.com.

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