Tricks to make your curly hair beautiful
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If you have curly hair, you must have at least once wished to have straight hair since it is easier to control. Everyone agrees that there is no more beautiful haircut than natural curls. Learn how to properly cherish them.
Curly hair requires more care, so you should thoroughly regenerate your hair once a week, regulary using serum or oil and avoid hair drying and brushing.
What else can you do for your hair?
DO NOT EXAGGERATE WITH SHAMPOO
Curly hair is naturally dry, and too much of washing can make it fragile and can rinse all the natural oils from the skin that are otherwisw needed. It is recommended to wash your hair with a mild shampoo every few days by rubbing it in your scalp and allowing the rest of the hair to wash when rinsening.
ATTENTION WHEN STYLING THE HAIR
Choose a hairstylist who can handle curly hair. The hair should not be cut wet because when drying it tends to fold and become even shorter, so you could get out of the hairdresser's salon with a hair you don’t like, while you just wanted to shorten the ends ...
USE TREATMENT FOR CURLY HAIR
We have mentioned that this kind of hair is prone to drying, so it is always important to have a preparation that separates curls and makes them shiny. For the best result, select those intended for your hair. Pay attention that those treatments include the required ingredients, such as palm oil, shea butter or avocado oil.
DO NOT DRY AND BRUSH IT WHILE WET
The curly hair is easily broken, and by brushing it wet you can only exacerbate the situation - forget the brush and get the comb. Ideally, run your fingers through the hair while it is still wet and has regenerator on it, so you can be sure that no hair is broken.
CAREFULLY WITH THE HAIR DRYER
You need to be careful when handling a hairdryer - it can be your ally or the biggest enemy. To avoid blown hair look that looks as it is bouffant, try air-drying most of the hair, and then when using the hairdryer use it with nozzle that directs the air. After you have dried your hair, "crush" the curls by running your fingers through them.