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Why Your Waves Clump Too Much

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Waves can be tricky. While they often aren't considered curls, the texture still falls within the realm of curly care. Therefore, it's important to know how to appropriately care for waves. It's important to understand that curls are different than waves. If you're struggling with your waves, it could be due to the way you're styling your strands. This is why your waves clump too much. Give these tips and tricks a go to figure out how to manage your strands.

Why Your Waves Clump Too Much

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Why Your Waves Clump Too Much

Get the right information:

Before you dive into the world of curl care, it's important to think about your curl care regimen. Starting with a solid foundation will get you on the right path. If you don't understand how your wavy curls work, you might find yourself damaging your strands. Additionally, you could also end up wasting time and money. If you need some help getting started, check out Curly Girl: The Method, written by Lorraine Massey.

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Understanding where you're at:

If you're struggling with your curls over clumping, it might be because your strands are in recovery. Over the years, the damage we do to our delicate strands can really add up. This is especially true for waves, as these strands are delicate and prone to damage. It can be tough to tell if your waves have been damaged by heat or chemical treatment.  If you're noticing your hair is dull, your strands are falling easily, or has a lot of breakage, you might find it difficult to get great waves until your hair grows out.

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The right products:

The types of products that work on your friend with tighter coils, or thicker curls are probably not going to work in your strands. As a result, you need to find the right products for your curls. Additionally, make sure you're applying the products correctly. Over or underapplying products can lead to over clumping.

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