If you are looking for tips on how to wrap hair at night or how to wrap curly hair at night you have come to the right place! I cannot guarantee that your silk scarf will never fall off your head while you sleep BUT with this method, it is not very often that when I wake up in the morning, my scarf is left behind on my pillow. There are no annoying knots, no headaches and I am able to secure the scarf tightly enough to my head. I use this method to lay my edges as well. This method works for me and I hope it works for you! Learning to tie/wrap a scarf may take some practice but once you get the hang of it, it will become second nature. It also works for satin polyester scarves and wraps. For long hair, place in a bun before wrapping instead of a loose ponytail. Make sure you cover those ears and cross it tight before front tying and tucking. Ears and skin will provide enough friction with the scarf so it does not easily slide or slip off. Below are two video tutorials for tying this scarf. The pineapple method for protecting curls and coils and option two for covering a hair wrap or laying edges.