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Tips for managing low porosity curls

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Trying to take care of curls can be tricky enough, but adding low porosity to the mix can make it even more difficult to manage. However, here are some tips for managing low porosity curls. Give these a read through, and find out if these will work for you and your curls! If so, make sure to share it with your friends, and don't forget to let us know what works for you.


Tips for managing low porosity curls

Every week, make sure you're deep conditioning your curls. Low porosity curls historically have a hard time hanging into moisture, and a deep conditioning treatment can help manage this issue. Additionally, it also softens your curls. When you do a deep conditioner, make sure you add heat to help the moisture get into your cuticles.

Although you might notice other curly girls using heavy butters, this is something you should think about avoiding it. Heavy butters and oils can create build up on your curls, making it difficult for moisture to get in, which can ultimately lead to dryness.

Your curls will need regularly clarifying treatments to help remove build up from your curls. However, don't go overboard because you don't want to strip your curls of their natural moisture. However, your scalp and curls will feel very fresh.

In an effort to make sure you aren't overusing protein in your curls, which can actually lead to more damage or difficulties, try to use regular products that don't feature protein. Focus on hair moisturizes and milks that are protein free.

Don't be afraid to add steam into your curl care routine. For those who use the LOC method, adding a steamer into your routine can allow you to help push moisture into your cuticles by lifting the hair's cuticles.

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