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Try This Routine To Transform Your Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Try This Routine To Transform Your Curls

If you have curly hair, you know it can be somewhat tricky at times to manage. Whether you're new to the curly hair game or have been styling your strands for a long time, you know that sometimes things can go a little weird. If you've been struggling with styling your curls or getting them how to look how you'd like, it might be time to update your routine. Try this routine to transform your curls. Not only is it easy, it'll help give you the look and style your crave.

Try This Routine To Transform Your Curls
Go sulfate free:

Perform an investigation of the shampoos and conditioners you're using. If you find any of them contain sulfates, parabens, or other artificial ingredients or fragrances, ditch them. Those ingredients will do your curls no favors, and are most likely causing more frustration than help. Instead, opt for products and shampoos that contain natural and organic ingredients with a moisturizing base.

Deep condition:

If you aren't deep conditioning your hair already, it's time to start. Curly hair is naturally dry, and therefore needs extra infusions of moisture. When curls are properly moisturized, it will be much easier to style your strands. Therefore, you'll need to slather on a deep conditioner every time you wash your curls. Cover your strands with a hydrating deep conditioner and allow it to sit for at least 30 minutes. You can also apply heat if your curls are particularly dry.

Pick the right styler:

Believe it or not, many curly girl are often using the wrong products for their strands. If you're noticing your curls are falling flat, aren't holding their shape, or are greasy, odds are you're probably using the wrong product for your strands. Take some time to read the instructions on the packaging, as well as getting to know your curls' texture. This will determine what you need. For example, if you have thin, fine curls, you won't use the same type of product a girl with thick, kinky coils would. Your hair would get dragged down. Similarly, someone with thick hair needs more support and hold. A lightweight product won't get the job done the same way.


There are tons of ways to style your curls, but a basic wash and go is useful for most curly girls. After showering and conditioning, remove excess water by gently blotting your curls with a microfiber towel. Follow up by applying your curl care products throughout your strands. Make sure to cover your curls, while not overloading your hair. You can then diffuse with low heat, making sure not to touch your strands until completely dry. However, you can also allow your curls to air dry.

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