When it comes to taking are of your beautiful curls, there is so much information out there on the internet. Blogs, websites, YouTube tutorials, and even Pinterest are rabbit holes to fall down when it comes to learning more about your hair. However, these rabbit holes can become very confusing very quickly. As a result, these are amazing tips and tricks for caring for your curls. Give these a read-through, and let us know if you use any of those.
Amazing Tips And Tricks For Caring For Your Curls
There are tons and tons of hair products out there on market. However, not every product is great for every type of curl. Therefore, it takes some time to figure out which can be right for your hair. Spend some time really reading the product reviews, as well as checking out other types of products and their instructions. This will help you figure out which will work best for you and your curl type.
If only it was as easy as jumping in the shower, using whatever shampoo was there, slapping in some conditioner, and scrubbing your curls try with a terry cloth towel. Unfortunately, if you have curls you probably know this is a sure way to spell disaster for your strands. Since we want to set you up for success, we want you to know the importance of building a good washing routine for your curls. Take the time to decide between shampoo and cowash, select good quality conditioners and deep conditioners, and invest in microfiber towels that won't create frizz. Then, make sure to schedule enough time to give your hair a proper wash from start to finish. It may take some time, but it'll be worthwhile in the end.
Who would've thought we could say so much about thew wash and dry routine of your curls? Yet, here we are because it's that important. After you wash your hair, don't just start rubbing at your curls with a terry cloth towel. This is a sure way to tear your strands and create frizz. Instead, use a microfiber towel to gently squeeze or blot excess water from your hair. After removing excess moisture, apply products throughout and plop your hair. Once it's dried to about 80%, you can remove the towel and allow your strands to air dry or finish up with a diffuser.