Hair Styling Tips
humidity, frizz, and dryness present obstacles
for even the most experienced of curlies.
Curly hair has such personality that it’s often
difficult to perfect a hairstyling technique
when the behavior of curls can vary from day
to day. Whether you’re new to the curly
scene, or just in need of some advice, check
out these ten tips that can make styling curly
wash out all the leftover product, spray or
serum that might be in your hair. Starting
with a clean, fresh head of hair will ensure
that you don’t have any product left in your
hair to conflict with your next styling. Use a
proper cleanser, preferably a sulfate-free
cleanser, to wash out all the excess. Curious
about the shampoo free routine? Find out if
the shampoo free method is right for you!
Moisturizing the hair will not only help its
overall health, but it will keep your frizz at
bay. Before styling your hair, be sure to
spray your hair with a leave-in conditioner. It
acts as a prep for your hair style, and gives
your hair that extra moisture that it craves.
products will testify to this; hair products
made from natural ingredients are
significantly better for curly hair. They are
healthier and will in turn leave your hair
looking fabulous. Most hair products that use
synthetic ingredients dry the hair and leave it
brittle. But natural hair products crafted with
ingredients such as jojoba, aloe, flax seed,
agave or even honey do well to moisturize
your hair—not to mention they smell awesome!
in their shampoo, conditioner, leave-in, serum
—everything! Hair reacts positively when you
use a collection of products from the same
brand. It may sound like a marketing
gimmick, since most product labels advise
using all their products in order to enhance
results. Sure, sure, you just want me to buy
all your products, right? However, in most
cases, the product is specially formulated to
work with the others, and will produce
optimal results when used together.
out differently in different areas of the hair.
Is it curlier in certain sections more than
others? The problem lies in product
application. If your hair is not styling
correctly in all areas, it is probably because
you’re not applying product evenly
throughout. To correct this, try sectioning
your hair with clips. The smaller the
sections, the better. This way you can give
each section of your hair the proper attention
it needs, and ensure that each section gets
an even amount of product.