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What oils work for curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Would you like to try adding oils into your curl routine, but aren't sure what to do? Luckily for you, you're in the right place. These are what oils work for curls, and what they do for your individual strands. Give these oils a try, and don't forget to let us know which ones you love.


What oils work for curls

Castor oil:

Castor oil has been around for awhile, and has been beloved by the curly hair communities for a very long time. Castor oil works well applied directly to your scalp, and massaged in to increase blood flow, and to target fungus and bacteria. It also is worked well pulled through your strands. It helps with curl growth, helps minimize breakage, and strengthens your strands.

Coconut oil:

This oil is another that's used frequently in the curl care community. It helps sluggish curls grow in faster and stronger when used to massage into your scalp. Additionally, it keeps frizz to a minimum, increases shine in your curls, and helps manage dandruff.

Almond oil:

For curly girls with finer hair, you might want to utilize this more lightweight oil so it doesn't drag down your strands. It helps improve the overall health of your strands, and increases shine. If your curls are damaged or dry, this oil can help you increase strength and manages split ends.

Olive oil:

Last, but not least, olive oil is a really great oil for a lot of different curls. However, it is a bit on the heavier side, so isn't suitable for all types of curls. After using olive oil, curly girls often find their strands are softer, and easier to manage. Curls are often shinier, less prone to breakage, and overall are healthier. Finally, it helps condition and softens frizz, so your curls won't be as poofy.

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