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Building Blocks For Long, Natural Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Building Blocks For Long, Natural Curls


Many curly girls are on a journey towards longer strands. Sometimes, it can feel as though they'll never arrive at their sought-after destination. Therefore, they need a little help and guidance along the way to achieve their goals. These are the building blocks for long, natural curls. Give these suggestions a try, and you're sure to love the results. Make sure to share your tips for successfully growing long, healthy strands.

Building Blocks For Long, Natural Curls


Healthy curls starts with good daily curl care practices. Therefore, you'll need to develop a strong curl care routine. Make sure you're moisturizing and sealing your curls daily. Utilize a silk or satin pillowcase for bed, or wear a satin-lined bonnet. Finally, make sure you're hydrating with plenty of water, getting the right amount of sleep, and eating a balanced diet.

How To Stimulate Your Scalp For Better Growth


Believe it or not, your weekly curl care routine will be the foundation for your daily curl care. As a result, you'll need to know what to do manage your curls regularly. Begin with a weekly prepoo, and then follow with a cowash or shampoo treatment. Deep condition, and allow the treatment to sit in your curls for a minimum of 30 minutes. While curls are still saturated, make sure to use a wide toothed comb to remove any snarls or tangles. Create a weekly style, or wear your curls in a wash and go.

Growing Long, Natural Curls


As you get your routines down, you'll be able to push some aspects of your curl care out further. Change out any protective styles you might use every 4-6 weeks, and allow curls a week's rest period between. Use a clarifying treatment to remove any product build up, and use hot oil as needed.

Bi monthly:

Finally, there are some things you'll be able to do every other month to maintain the integrity of your curls. Use a protein treatment to restore lost structure and strength. Every 8-12 weeks is also a good time to refresh any hair color you may use.  Finally, make sure you're scheduling regular trims to keep curls healthy and fresh.


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