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How An Allure Editor Keeps Her Curls In Shape

by Chelsea Castonguay
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When it comes to taking care of her curls, Lexi Novak has her routine down pat. This includes a wide array of products that she's carefully cultivated to add to her curl care routine. Lexi describes her curly hair type as a “combination of fine, color-treated, and curly,” which makes for a lot to contend with. This is how an Allure editor keeps her curls in shape. Read on for Lexi's suggestions and tips for managing fine, frizz-prone strands.

How An Allure Editor Keeps Her Curls In Shape

Managing oil:

If you have curls that are prone to going oily, Lexi recommends a shampoo that can help combat that, as well as dryness. Since dryness frequently contributes to the overproduction of oil, a moisturizing shampoo is important. Lexi recommends Ouidad Curl Recovery Ultra Nourishing Cleansing Oil. It's sulfate-free formula is great for chemically treated curls as well.

Go lightweight for conditioners:

While it can be tempting to slather on a product that's heavy with moisturizers, it can also be really detrimental to your hair. When your strands are weighed down with too much moisture, this can make it difficult for your curls to take shape. Additionally, this means your strands can also get greasy. Oribe Gold Lust Repair & Restore Conditioner is a great one for fine curls.

Find the right definer:

Finding the right products to help coax your curls into having hold and definition is important. This means you'll need to spend some time examining your curls to figure out your curl type. Then, you'll need to find a definer that works for your curl type. Remember. for fine curls you want to avoid any products that are heavy, as this will drag your curls down. However, not enough hold can also mean your strands will be frizzy and may not hold their shape as well. Living Proof Curl Defining Styling Cream works great for fine curls to help give definition and manage frizz. You can also consider using a product to provide some lift to your roots, and seal your ends if needed.

Refresh strands:

Since you should be skipping a few days between washes, it's completely natural to assume your strands will need some refreshing between. When your roots start getting oily, consider grabbing some dry shampoo to help absorb that extra oil. Your curls may need some help as well, so grab yourself a sea salt spray to help them pop back into shape. Davines This Is a Sea Salt Spray  works great to help bring fine curls back up.

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