3 Ways To Embrace Your Curls

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3 Ways To Embrace Your Curls

30 September 2015
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Naturally curly hair is in; you no longer have to hide your curly locks or your wavy hair. Instead of straightening your hair every day and hiding your curls, embrace them this fall with these three easy beauty tips.

#1 Change How You Wash & Moisturize Your Hair

The first step in embracing your hair is learning how to correctly wash and moisturize your hair. Curly hair needs to be taken care of differently than straight hair. If you follow straight hair washing and conditioning advice, you may end up with dried out and frizzy curls.

The first thing you need to do is stop washing your hair every day. Most shampoos strip your hair of its natural oils; you need the natural oils in your hair to keep your curls under control. Instead of washing your hair every day, wash your hair every two or three days instead. This will allow the natural oils in your hair to build up and provide the moisture your curls need to look smooth instead of fizzy.

On the other hand, you probably need to step up your game with conditioning. On the days you don't wash your hair, apply either a regular conditioner or a leave-in conditioner. Then, every ten days or so, use a deep conditioner in your hair. Conditioning your hair on a regular basis is another way to obtain smooth curls.

#2 Ditch The Brush

Brushing your curls when they are dry can turn your curls into a frizzy mess. It can cause your hair to break as well. Don't brush your hair when it is dry. You should really only brush your hair when it is wet using a wide-tooth comb. This will help you work the tangles out of your hair without breaking or damaging it. Ideally, you should use a wide-tooth comb on your hair when you are in the shower and you have conditioner in your hair. The comb will glide through your hair easier this way.

#3 Decrease The Heat

Next, you need to decrease the amount of heat that you apply to your hair. Hair dryers, curling irons and straightening tools all apply excessive heat to your hair, which can result in broken strands and worn out hair.

With curly hair, less heat really is the best way to go. Instead of blow drying your hair, get up early enough to allow it to air dry. If you don't want to walk out of the house with a wet head of hair, complete your entire morning routine before you address your hair in order to give it as much time as possible to dry. When you are drying your hair, use the lowest heat setting and use a diffuser. A diffuser is an attachment you can put on the end of your hair dryer that will dispense the heat from the dryer around your curls and reduce the will inflict the least damage.

When you allow your hair to dry with as little heat as possible, your curls will be able to form naturally. Reducing heat over the long-term will also make your hair less brittle and less frizzy. Go to a local cosmetology school, such as Tri-County Beauty College, to get affordable and dependable care.