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Your guide to curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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If you're wondering how to take care of your curls, or just looking for some options to update your look, you've come to the right place! There's a ton of information out there about how care for curls, and it can take a lot of time to sort through all of the options out there. Fortunately, we've gathered some of the best tips and tricks out there, making this your guide to curls.

No parabens, sulfates, or silicones:

It's time to inspect your products to see if they contain any of the above ingredients. These artificial ingredients can be quite harmful to your curls, causing dryness, or making it difficult for your hair to absorb moisture. Instead, seek out natural and organic products to help hydrated and strengthen your strands.

Use deep conditioner:

Always use deep conditioner. As tempting as it can be to skip, you're going to want to make sure you're still doing this as part of your wash routine. Washing can remove natural oils and moisture from your strands, so a deep conditioner is essential for helping to replace that moisture. It can also soften your strands, making them easier to style and control.

Style while wet:

After you're done washing is the prime time to apply your products, and style your curls. Your hair absorbs the most while it's wet, so don't be afraid to use this time to apply products. You can gently squeeze your curls to remove excess moisture, and then add in your favorite products. Then, scrunch your strands upwards so your curls take shape and your strands get evenly covered with product.

Don't brush:

Last, but not least, don't brush your curls. As tempting as it can be, you're going to want to put away that brush. Brushes rip through your natural curl shape, which can create frizz and disrupt your natural curl shape. Instead, use your fingers or a widetoothed comb instead to help work through the more difficult knots.

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