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Try The Curly Girl Method For Waves

by Chelsea Castonguay
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When it comes to wavy hair, it can sometimes feel confusing trying to figure out which routine will work best for your strands. Therefore, curly girls can sometimes find themselves overwhelmed by the information out there. Make no mistakes, waves are curls too. However, what waves need to be successful can be a bit different than for curls. Try the Curly Girl Method for waves. This routine by YouTuber Kelsey Smith might help you take your waves to the next level and learn to enjoy them more.

Try The Curly Girl Method For Waves

Ditch the heat:

One of the first things you'll have to commit to is avoiding heat styling. Waves are especially prone to damage from heat, which can break down the internal structure of your strands. In order to fully commit to the Curly Girl Method, you'll need to toss your straightening iron, curling irons, and only use dryers with a diffuser on a low heat setting.

Educate yourself:

Before getting started, you need to spend some time investigating the Curly Girl Method. It can be a lot of work and very specific, so it isn't for everyone. However, those who do ultimately commit often find their wavy hair becoming much more curly, as well as easier to manage. A great place to start with the handbook, which is available online. After you've read that, you can do your research to determine the right products and styling tools for your strands.


Once you've mastered the CGM, it's time to think about what works and doesn't work for your wavy hair. Remember, not all curls are created equal. Everyone's strands look and feel different, which means they need something different as well to maintain their overall look and health. Spend some time getting to know your waves, especially as your strands begin to show their true form as time goes on. Also, understand that utilizing the CGM is a process that's going to take some time and won't always provide immediate results. Some products that work for other curly girls may or may not work for you, so don't be afraid to experiment with different things.

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