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How Lush Wants You To Care For Your Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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We don’t know about you, but we can hardly get enough of Lush’s amazing products. Not only do they work and smell great, but they are available online or in store. Did you know that Lush offers up more than just beautiful bath bombs and yummy smelling face masks? They also have a line of great curl care products and they want to give you the details on how to care for your curly hair.

Shampoo with care:

Regardless of your curls’ texture, over washing can leave curls dry, lifeless and prone to frizz. When you’re considering the right kinds of shampoos for your mane, options like Lush’s Curly Wurly offers the moisture your curls crave with healthful ingredients such as olive oil, coconut butter, free range eggs, cocoa butter, and coconut oil. When washing your curls, focus your attention on your scalp to help remove build up and stimulate growth. You should only need to shampoo once; any more will result in dry curls.

Get your condition on:

Curls are naturally drier than other textures, as it’s difficult for the sebum to make its way down the hair’s shaft. It’s imperative to condition every time you cleanse. You can achieve great results by selecting a conditioner with a weight appropriate to your hair’s length (most curlies like a heavier conditioner) and applying it from mid-shaft to tips on damp hair. When you get out of the shower, consider following up with Lush’s R&B leave in conditioner. This product brings ingredient powerhouses like olive oil, organic avocado butter, jojoba oil, oatmeal, olive oil, extra virgin coconut oil and candelilla wax to the table for a luxurious, long lasting conditioning treatment.

Keep your hands to yourself:

Once you’ve washed, conditioned and styled your curls, the most important thing you can do is to keep your fingers out of your hair. The more you touch your curls, the more likely they are to be disrupted or become frizzy. Consider what you’re wearing in regards to hats, scarves and sweaters; rougher fabrics can snag and tear delicate strands.

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