When you wash your curls, you want your style to last for as long as possible. Not only is overwashing a waste of time, it can also cause damage to your strands. Therefore, it's important to learn how to make your curls last all week. Here's what to do to ensure your strands will look great from wash day to wash day.
How To Make Your Curls Last All Week
Have a good routine:
In order for your curls to last all week, you need to have a great curl care routine in place. Prepping your strands will keep your curls from becoming a mess during the week. Develop a curl care routine that works for you, and maintain it.
Develop a good night routine:
Once you've got your wash and style routine down, you'll also need to develop a great overnight care routine as well. It's important to take good care of your curls overnight. When curls are rub against cotton pillowcases, it can cause breakage, frizz, or loss of moisture. Make sure you're treating your strands to a silk or satin pillowcase, or tucking strands into a satin cap before bed to protect hair from overnight breakage.
Whether it's day one or day four, your curls are in need of moisture. Curly hair in its natural state is usually dry, due to its coiled nature. As long as curls are well moisturized, the a natural shape will hold better. Once curls loose hydration, they can often become dry, frizzy, brittle, or drop their shape. Make sure to moisturize your strands daily to help maintain their overall health.
When you're trying to keep curls healthy throughout the week, don't be skimpy with the product you use. Make sure to select products that are high in moisture and low in artificial ingredients. Use the right amount of product for what type, length, and density of curls you have. Over use can weigh curls down, whereas under use can allow curls to become frizzy.
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