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The Proper Way To Wash Naturally Curly Hair

posted in Beauty > Hair
11/18/2013
  • Apply shampoo only to the roots and scalp where oil originates. Rub to a foam and then allow that shampoo water to run down the rest of the hair when rinsing, that's all the cleaning they require. Adding shampoo directly to ends and shaft severely drys out curly hair.
    Apply shampoo only to the roots and scalp where oil originates. Rub to a foam and then allow that shampoo water to run down the rest of the hair when rinsing, that's all the cleaning they require. Adding shampoo directly to ends and shaft severely drys out curly hair.
  • Likewise apply conditioners to the shaft and ends only, where that moisture is needed. Conditioning roots will
Only make your hair greasy more quickly and cause you to over wash.
    Likewise apply conditioners to the shaft and ends only, where that moisture is needed. Conditioning roots will
    Only make your hair greasy more quickly and cause you to over wash.
  • Speaking of over washing. A common mistake made by curlyhaired women is to wash their hair as often as women with straight hair. Because of the natural texture and thickness our hair not only requires less washing but is healthier when washed less often. Once to twice a week is sufficient.
    Speaking of over washing. A common mistake made by curlyhaired women is to wash their hair as often as women with straight hair. Because of the natural texture and thickness our hair not only requires less washing but is healthier when washed less often. Once to twice a week is sufficient.

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