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How to keep your curls long

by Chelsea Castonguay
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If you're trying to keep your curls long, you've come to the right place. Retaining length can be difficult for curly girls. This is primarily due to the more fragile nature of your strands. Curly hair tends to be dryer, and the coiled shape makes it more prone to breakage. Therefore, this is how to keep your curls long. Give these suggestions a read through, and if they work, make sure to let us know.

How to keep your curls long

First things first:

Start by taking care of your curls from the inside out. If you aren't eating well, taking care of yourself, getting exercise, and drinking plenty of water, you're doing your hair a disservice. Strands that are healthy are created by healthy bodies, so don't hesitate to take your vitamins and eat a vibrant, diverse diet.

Wash in sections:

While it can be tempting to just dump some shampoo in your hair and scrub it around, this can actually cause knots, tangles, and damage. Therefore, you'll want to take your wash with more care. Section out your curls, and wash your strands in sections. This gives you the opportunity to be gentle on your strands while cleansing each section.

Moisturize:

Your curls will need some extra TLC to help them stay hydrated. Therefore, you'll want to make sure you're giving your curls plenty of moisture. You can create your own moisturizers at home, including leave in conditioners or curl refreshing sprays. However, if DIY isn't for you, there are plenty of great options available to buy.

Deep condition:

Sometimes, curly girl skip their regular deep conditioning, and this can spell disaster for length. Deep conditioners coat your curls with highly moisturizing ingredients, making your curls softer, easier to manage, and will help keep breakage to a minimum. Make sure you're deep conditioning your curls regularly, at least after every shampoo in order to help your strands stay hydrated.

Pre-poo:

Before washing, you're going to want to protect your curls. Pre poos coat your strands with an oil to help keep your strands safe from moisture loss, while also minimizing damage. Curls will be softer and easier to style or manage. Cover your curls with oil, and then allow it to sit for at least an hour before washing your strands. If your curls are particularly dry or damaged, you can also leave your pre poo on overnight.

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