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10 Hair Care Tips for Natural Curly Hair
Curly girls, your hair structure is different than your straight-haired friends. Do you know how to maintain healthy, luscious, natural curls? Remember, your coils are beautiful. We know they may frizz up, poof out, and have a mind of their own sometimes, but we're giving you secrets to keep your strands looking their best.
Natural/Curly hair joirney
I HATED my hair since middle school! It went from straight to frizzy and I didn’t know it was transitioning to curly/wavy hair. All I knew it was frizzy and poofy and not like the “other girls.” I wore it up all the time to “hide” my embarrassing hair. My mom has super straight hair and this was a time youtube didn’t exist, and never came across a hair stylist that knew anything about curly hair. My main mission throughout the years? Find the best flat iron! One that would make my hair stay straight even in humid weather. Long story short, I have been straightening my hair for about 20 years!! Yes, there were days, especially in the summer, when I’d leave it natural, and all I knew to do to keep it “contained,” was hairspray the crap out of it. Sad. About a year and a half ago, my cousin(who has a similar story) started her curly hair journey and it inspired me to do the same! I’ve learned SO much during g this time and have tried different products, and it’s now been a year and half of absolutely NO straightening it!! At first, hard. Wanted it straight again. But now? I love my hair! I can’t wait to see how it looks in another year, or 2 or 3!! It’s healthier, and now I love that my hair isn’t worn straight and like “everybody else.” LOVE YOURSELF!
✨8 Curly Hair Secrets You Wish You Knew About Sooner
If you were born with beautiful, bouncy spirals, you’ve undoubtedly heard: “I wish I had those curls!” Curly girls will know, having a good hair day is harder than it looks. Curls are unpredictable, but there are things you can do to keep your poofing out, frizzing up, and deflating throughout the day. Get swoon-worthy curls with these trade secrets.
Curly hair tutorial
I've been using Maui shampoo, conditioner and moisture for 4 years now. It's the best product I've used especially for natural curly hair like mine. You can purchase this product at shoppers drug mart or wal-mart. Maui MOISTURE - Curl Quench +Coconut Oil Curl Smoothie
Maui MOISTURE-Curl Quench +Coconut Oil Curl Smoothie
natural curls rock
Been experimenting with different curly hair products. Wondering if seeing different curly girl techniques or product reviews would be more beneficial? Let ya girl know!
Big curly hair ￼✨ #Cheriepartner
My usual natural hairstyle is always the big volume curly hair! Most times I just use my hair down and style it with products that can help me get the volume I enjoy! Sometimes I like to use a curler to help me achieve my lioness vibes! Step one use the products you like to use for volume. Step two part your hair how you usually like.. down the middle it on the side. Step three get out your curler and curl stray hairs that aren’t as defined. And there you have it! A large and perfect big curly hair! And it’s super easy!! I’ve always loved an amazing volume to curly hair! It’s always good to remember to trim your hair every 3-6 months because it helps the hair to grow better and healthier! I’ve been doing that to my hair and I’ve noticed a big difference! Specially in my volume!
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