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The Curly Techniques You Need To Know

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The Curly Techniques You Need To Know

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Taking care of curly hair can be a daunting task, especially if you're new to it. There's a lot of information out there, and it can be a time consuming process to sort through it all. We're all about saving you time and money. In the interest of doing that, we try to bring you easy to access information. Here's the curly techniques you need to know. Give these tricks a try, and if they work for you, let us know!

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The Curly Techniques You Need To Know

Bags:

It might sound strange to cover your hair with a bag, but hear us out. Bags, or shower caps, work really well to help moisturize your curls. Cover your freshly washed strands with deep conditioning products, place the bag over it all, and allow it to sit for 60 minutes. The cap will trap in the heat from your head, and allow the product to penetrate more deeply into your strands.

Clumping:

In order to have defined curls, your strands need to clump together. To get your curls to clump, you'll need to apply product correctly. Apply product, such as a curl defining cream, to the palm of your hands. Glide your hands down your curls to provide an even application. This will help your curls fall into their natural pattern without disrupting their shape.

Pineapple:

This technique works to protect your curls while you sleep. If you leave your curls down, you run the risk of causing your strands to become crushed or to fall out. Therefore, consider piling them in a loose pineapple shape on top of your head. Using a soft cloth scrunchie or fabric hair tie can help keep your strands from developing a hair band line.

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Plopping:

This technique allows your curls to dry more efficiently without damaging their natural shape. To plop curls, place a microfiber towel or t shirt on a flat surface, such as your bed. Flip your head upside down and drape your curls over the towel or shirt. Arrange them how you'd like, and then swiftly wrap your curls up. Secure the towel and allow it to stay on for as long as you can/ This will absorb extra water, and reduce drying time. This means less frizz.

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