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Curly Hair  Routine

A good hair care routine is very important. The right products, care, and hairstyles can make your daily routine easier and more effective. Your hair will show its natural beauty.

How can I take care of my natural curly hair?

1.) Choose shampoo wisely

Washing your hair is the first and the most crucial step. Cleansing your hair ensures there is no dust, excess oil, skin cells, and products on your scalp. Choose a mild shampoo, free of toxic chemicals, sulfates, alcohols, and parabens that can irritate and damage your hair and scalp. 

Shampoos for curly hair

2.) Post-shampoo treatment

Post-shampoo treatment helps in detangling and removing the frizz from your curly hair. Apply a hair mask, butter, or conditioner to your hair by separating hair into sections. Leave the conditioner on your hair for 20 minutes. You can put on a shower cap or towel to maintain some heat. This way, you ensure that the mask, butter, or conditioner will permeate into your hair well. 

Conditioners for curly hair

3.) Never brush your curly hair when it is dry

Use a wide tooth comb to brush your curly hair in the shower and with conditioner or mask on. Start at the ends to finish in the root zone. Avoid brushing the hair again until the next wash.


4.) Hairstyling with moderate heat

The high temperature from the heat styling tools can remove the natural texture of your curls, making them dull and lifeless. Use moderate heat and a diffuser to protect your beautiful natural curls.

5.) Always use cold water for hair

Hot water removes the natural oil of sebum from your scalp and hair. It can also open the cuticle, making the hair more sensitive to frizz and breakage. Coldwater rinses are important if you are shampooing or conditioning your hair. You should trim your hair every 6 - 8 weeks to get rid of the split ends and damaged hair. 

6.) Curly hair sleep routine

Pile all your hair onto the top of your head into a bun or loose ponytail. This way, there is less friction between your hair and the pillowcase. Make sure your pillowcase is made of satin or silk instead of cotton to reduce friction. You can also choose to wear a satin sleep bonnet.

Satin Bonnet