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How To Care For Low Density Curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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When you have fine, or low density hair, it can be kind of a struggle to figure out how to best care for your strands. Fortunately, we're here to support you! This is how to care for low density curls. Give this how-to a try, and let us know if it works for you!

How To Care For Low Density Curls

Start with the right products:

When you're caring for your fine or low density curls, it's important to use the right products. If you have fine strands, there are a lot of products that aren't going to be productive for you. Therefore, you'll need to do some research to determine what types of products are for you. Read blogs, follow influencers with your type of curls, and read product labels before purchasing to figure out what will help your curls be the best they can be.

Go low poo:

After you've determined what products you need, consider swapping out shampoo for a low poo product. Most shampoos feature sulfates and parabens, which can actually strip moisture out of your fine strands. When strands lose moisture, they're apt to fall flat or not hold their shape well. Therefore, a low poo options will still cleanse your curls but won't remove what your hair needs to be healthy.

Go light on conditioner:

It's really tempting to just slather conditioner all throughout your curls, and for those with thicker or more dense curls, this works. However, you get to save yourself a bit of money and go lighter on your curl care products, especially conditioner. Use a lightweight conditioner and apply from the midshaft down to give just enough to coat your strands.

Keep it simple:

Finally, when it comes to handling your lightweight strands, keep it simple! For you, less is more. In order to get your curls to hold their shape and stay healthy, you won't require a whole lot of products, especially not heavy ones. Therefore, you should consider picking one or two go-to products to use to style your hair. Layering products will most likely result in your strands getting dragged down, so keeping it simple is the best way top get the most out of your product. You'll also be saving yourself some money as well!

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