Curly Hair Tips You Can Actually Use

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Do you ever feel as though tips and tricks for hair weren’t made for you? These are curly hair tips you can actually use. Curls require some different effort, so it’s easy to get overwhelmed by your strands. After you’ve tried these tips, make sure you let us know what you think.

Curly Hair Tips You Can Actually Use

Curly Hair Tips You Can Actually Use

Cut curls dry

There’s a ton of reasons why a wet cut isn’t the best for your curls, but one of the number one reasons is shrinkage. When curls are cut wet, it’s hard to tell how much bounceback your strands will have. This could leave you with a much shorter-looking style. Therefore, make sure you see a stylist who knows how to do a dry cut. This will allow the stylist to see exactly how your curls are falling, and how much length is removed.

Take care before bed

Curls lose a lot of shape and moisture overnight. Therefore, it’s important to protect your curls before hitting the hay. This will ensure your strands look as wonderful in the morning as they did the night before. Additionally, you’ll experience less dryness and damage. There are a few ways you can accomplish this; pineapple your strands before bed, wear a silk or satin bonnet, or sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase. These techniques will protect your curls from being smushed, as well as minimize moisture loss.

Style correctly

This sounds simple, but can be tough to get a hang of. Before beginning, make sure products are correct for your curl type. Additionally, read all instructions to ensure you’re using the products correctly. Toss any containing harsh or artificial ingredients that may be harmful to your curls. Remove water by gently squeezing your curls using a microfiber towel, and then apply products using the scrunching or prayer method. Use a diffuser to safely dry your curls, and ensure your style will be held longer. Follow up with a leave in conditioner, curl refresher, or even just water mist to refresh curls daily until your next wash and style.

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