Care For Curly Hair How to Style Curly Hair, Curly hair is unique. It bends and curves and coils. Because of all the twists and turns, it can be fragile and delicate. And because of its curvy nature, the natural oils produced by the scalp to soften and protect strands have a harder time traveling from top to bottom. As a result, curly girls often experience low levels of moisture. In essence, curly hair is thirsty hair.Because of all of the above, lather-rinse-repeat is for the rest of them. For girls with naturally curly hair, the hair care regimen is completely different.
Care For Curly Hair
Curly hair, on the other hand, is shaped irregularly and the oil has a hard time wicking throughout the length of hair because of the bumps and ridges. It’s also impossible (and often painful) to brush when dry, so brushing can’t help, either. In fact brushing curly hair often damages it. Your poor curly, dry hair is exposed to the environment without anything to buffer it from the wind or the sun, and so gets damaged easily.
If you can’t find a shampoo for dry or damaged hair, some stores sell shampoos for curly hair specifically. The formula in these shampoos are similar to the formula in most products sold for damaged hair.
Deep conditioning treatments are important to replenish moisture in curly hair that has dried out. If your hair starts to feel frizzy and dry, do a deep conditioning treatment and see if it helps.
Always comb your hair from the bottom up.Starting at the bottom allows you to gently detangle each knot, rather than compounding them all toward the bottom and yanking your way through with a comb.
Trim regularly to avoid split ends.Split ends are never a good look not to mention they can make your hair frizzy!. If you want healthy curls that look bouncy and fresh, head to the hairstylist every six to eight weeks for a quick trim.
Trim regularly to avoid split ends.
Split ends are never a good look not to mention they can make your hair frizzy!. If you want healthy curls that look bouncy and fresh, head to the hairstylist every six to eight weeks for a quick trim.
Product cocktailing is simply mixing two or more products together to meet your specific styling needs. smoothing serum plus mousse, and coconut oil plus styling gel. Both allow for supreme hold without leaving your hair dry and crunchy.