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Tips To Embracing Curly Hair

Tips To Embracing Curly Hair

It’s time to put down the hot tools and go for a more natural look. Lets start embracing curly hair instead of figuring out how to straighten it!

Embracing curly hair can be hard for someone who may be a bit insecure.

I have naturally wavy, frizzy hair. Growing up, I always wanted what I couldn’t have, meaning I wanted extremely straight hair. As soon as I was old enough, around 11, my mom allowed me to straighten my hair. So I did, every single day. As you can imagine, this was extremely damaging  to my hair. 

As I matured, I grew tired of straightening my hair and wanted to learn how to embrace my naturally curly hair. It wasn’t easy, especially now that my curl pattern was damaged from the flat iron. But after some research, I found some tips that helped me embrace my hair and grow to love it. Here are some of the tips that helped me with embracing curly hair:


Put the straightener down!

The more you straighten your hair, the more you damage your natural curl and texture. All that pulling and tugging can really strain your hair and add more frizz. 


Find products that work for you 

Wavy and curly hair is naturally drier than straight hair, so finding products that can help retain moisture is key. Everyone’s hair is different, so don’t be afraid to try new products before you find something you love. A general rule to follow is to avoid sulfate shampoos and conditioners due to the fact that it dries out the hair. Try finding natural alternatives like avocado or coconut oil. 

Try not to wash your hair every day

Taking a break between washes helps prevent dryness and frizz. Your scalp creates natural oils, which your hair benefits from. If you're concerned about your hair looking and feeling clean, try adding dry shampoo to your routine. 


Handle wet hair with care

When your hair follicles are wet, they are fragile. So remember to handle with care and, instead of a brush, use a comb on your curls when they’re wet. To minimize breakage, pat your hair dry with a microfiber towel or T-shirt.

Remember that your hair journey is a personal process; don’t get frustrated when something doesn’t work. With practice, you will find what works for you. Embracing curly hair can be a journey- we wish you good luck! 


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