CURLY HAIR TIPS
If your hair is naturally curly, you know that there are real difficulties in caring for and styling your curls. Curly hair is inherently dry, prone to frizz, and often unruly. But once you find a routine that works for you and your curls, you can shake those soft, bouncy curls day in and day out. The right products, the right care and the right style can improve your curling care. Here are some of our best curling tips and tricks to help curly-haired girls everywhere get the sweet hair you crave.
How To Take Care Of Your Naturally Curly Hair?
Gently comb your hair with a wide-toothed comb and a leave-in conditioner that is generously nourishing. Work your way from the ends to the roots, gently combing through the tangled curls and separating them.
For those with curly hair, pre-shampoo treatment is bliss. It helps to comb and remove frizz in your hair.
Separate the hair mask or conditioner and apply the mask to dry hair. Leave hair in the conditioner for 20 minutes. You can wear a shower cap or towel to absorb some of the heat and open up the cuticles. This will ensure that the conditioner penetrates well into the hair.
3.Choose your shampoo wisely
No matter the texture, shampooing is the first and most important step in any hair care routine. Washing or cleansing ensures that there is no dust, excess oil, dead skin cells and product buildup on the scalp.
Use a mild shampoo that is free of toxic scalp irritating chemicals such as sulfates, silicone, alcohol and parabens. Sulfates are foaming agents, while parabens are preservatives used in hair products. Switch to a mild surfactant, fragrance-free, sulfate-free, silicone-free, and paraben-free formula in your shampoo.
4.Wash your hair in cold water
A hot shower removes natural oils or sebum from your scalp and hair. It also opens up the cuticles, making hair strands prone to curling and breaking. Cold water rinsing is the safest option for both shampooing and conditioning your hair.
Keep in mind that curly hair is naturally dry and frizzy. The natural scalp oils that keep straight hair shiny and moisturized can't move through the kinks and curls. Reducing the frequency of shampooing can help your curly hair retain more moisture, staying softer, smoother, and healthier.
6.Start styling when your hair is wet.
Many styling gels, styling sprays, mousses, and other products for girls with curly hair are designed specifically for wet hair. They are formulated to penetrate deep into the hair fibers to smooth, shape and condition soft, tactile curly hair.
7.Hair styling with moderate heat
Sometimes you just want to change your style. But before you reach for your curling iron or iron, be sure to use a good insulation product to create a smooth barrier between your curls and the harmful heat. If you want to ensure total protection and keep your hair healthy from dryness and damage, use a quality heat protection spray.
8.Trim to avoid split ends
The end of the hair tends to be the thinnest and driest part of the strand. Regular trims help prevent and eliminate damage and split ends and restore the bounce and elasticity of curly hair.
9.Curly hair sleep routine
Put all your hair in a bun or loose ponytail on top of your head. This way, there will be less friction between your hair and the pillowcase. Switch to satin or silk pillowcases instead of cotton ones to reduce friction.
10.Try natural remedies for healthy curly hair
Use a hair mask with natural ingredients for curly hair:
Make a mask with olive oil, eggs, vinegar and mayonnaise and apply it to your hair. Rinse with a mild shampoo after 30 minutes. Eggs provide protein to hair, while mayonnaise adds moisture and shine to dry curls.
Avocados are rich in B vitamins, E vitamins and good fats. Mash a ripe avocado with one tablespoon of honey and two tablespoons of olive oil. Apply the mask to your curly hair and leave it on for 30 minutes. Rinse with a mild shampoo.
Apple cider vinegar, milk, fenugreek seeds, and hibiscus are all great natural remedies for healthy curly hair.