Intro to How to Manage Frizzy, Curly Hair aka Curly Poofy Hair
Frizzy, curly hair has some unique characteristics causing it to be a challenge to maintain.
Curly hair tends to be drier than straight hair because the cuticle of the hair tends to be more open than straight hair.
An open cuticle makes hair more porous, allowing moisture to enter the hair shaft easily, so humidity can be a nightmare for curly hair.
Porous hair is prone to damage more easily from heat styling, chemical treatments, and harsh hair products, which leads to frizzier hair and more difficult hair to manage.
If you’ve got curly hair, you can learn how to manage your hair more effectively than ever before and embrace your hair with these tips.
How to Manage Frizzy, Curly Hair
Here are several things you can do to keep your curls looking their best:
1. Avoid harsh hair care products: Because curly hair is naturally drier than straight hair, it’s vital you avoid harsh chemicals in your hair care routine.
You must use gentle, natural, and nourishing hair care products.
Make sure they are SLS (sodium laurel sulfate) free and chemical-free, and nasties free, as we will tell you more in a moment.
AND most importantly, be sure you avoid silicone and its dastardly derivatives that can seep down into the follicle to choke hair growth and
disrupt the anchoring molecules of the hair.
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2. Deep condition weekly: To help replenish moisture in your hair,
it’s essential to use a deep conditioner at least once a week.
It will help keep curls soft, smooth, and frizz-free.
Be sure it is silicone free!
Just because it’s organic doesn’t mean it is silicone free.
PLUS, the heaviness of essential oils, shea, organic coconut oil, sunflower oils, and more will smother the hair and follicles.
In a pinch, the heavy oils listed are not toxic. That’s another story on the silicone products…. for later!
3. Use a wide-tooth comb:
Use a wide-tooth comb to detangle your hair because a brush can cause frizz.
4. Avoid heat styling: Try to air dry your hair as much as possible.
If you must heat style your hair, use the lowest heat setting possible.
If using a blow dryer, use a diffuser attachment to help maintain your curls’ shape. Also, use a heat protectant spray to help protect from any further damage so long as it is silicone free and heavy oil free, as listed above.
5. Use a silk pillowcase: Sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase instead of a cotton pillowcase. Silk or satin pillowcases cause less friction and frizz than cotton.
Conclusion to How to Manage Frizzy Curly Hair aka Poofy Hair
Managing frizzy, curly hair requires patience, the right products, and techniques.
Finding the right products for curly hair can be challenging,
We understand your curly hair needs and have put together a package of products for your entire hair care routine.
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With your package you will get a “how-to” guide with loads of tips and techniques that we’ve learned from previously skeptical customers and curly hair experts from Hollywood and world-wide. (Like wrapping your hair in a towel to absorb water sets some curl-types up for massive frizz! BEWARE!)
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