Tips For Curly And Wavy Hair by Tata Cipriani - Musely
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Tips For Curly And Wavy Hair

posted in Beauty > Hair
10/17/2014
  • Use shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for curly hair. Make sure your shampoo is sulfate-free and silicone-free, because sulfates can dry out curly hair even more, and silicones can build-up on curly hair. Silicones are okay for your hair as long as you use a shampoo with Cocoamidopropyl Betaine, or cocobetaine, and that the shampoo does not actually contain silicones.

  • Wash your hair only as needed, to preserve your hair's natural oils.
    Massage the shampoo into your scalp and let the suds run down to your ends.
    Put conditioner in at the midpoint of your locks and work it down to the ends. Comb it in with a wide-toothed comb, if necessary. Scrunch your hair to help define the curls.
    Rinse your hair with warm or cool water to keep it from drying out.

  • Blow your hair dry with a 100% cotton t-shirt, microfiber towel, or even paper towels, not rubbing/roughing your wet hair with a towel.

    Apply a deep conditioning treatment weekly. Then, apply a monthly hot oil treatment to give your locks a glossy shine.

    Avoid brushing your hair. Brushing will break your hair cuticles and cause frizz. Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to pull out tangles.

  • Put a leave-in conditioner on your hair before you style it. Style your hair when it's wet and try not to touch or scrunch it while it air dries.

    Skip any styling products that contain alcohol. Sprays that contain sea salt are great for defining curls, but make sure it also contains conditioning ingredients, as sea salt can dry your hair.

    Try not to sleep with wet hair. If you have to, then braid or plait it in 3 or more sections. Also, sleep on a satin or silk pillowcase to minimize frizz.

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