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Keeping your curls moisturized

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Keeping your curls moisturized is one of the long term problems curly girls experience. Since curls are naturally inclined to be drier, it's important to assist your curls. Therefore, you should give these tips and tricks a try, and see if it makes life a bit easier for you.

Keeping your curls moisturized

Use honey:

During the drier times of year, hack your deep conditioner by adding honey to the mixture. Honey acts as a humectant, and draws in moisture from the air.

Add oils:

If you don't seal down your curls, you might find that moisture is escaping from your strands. Therefore, consider adding oils to your routine to help seal down your strands. A thicker oil like avocado or black castor oil can make all the difference.

Check ingredients:

Before you continue slathering products on your curls, give the ingredients a read-through. If water is listed as one of the first two ingredients, it's going to be beneficial for your strands.

Refresh daily:

Your curls are going to need to be refreshed daily. You can do this in the morning, or in the evening, or even both if your strands need it! Get or make a good quality curl refreshing spray to help give your curls an extra infusion of moisture before styling or hitting the hay.

Don't touch:

One of the hardest things to do is to keep your hands out of your curls. However, doing so will help your curls retain their natural shape and moisture. Disrupting your natural pattern will result in your strands losing moisture that much longer.

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