Lets talk CURLS
Hair has a wide range of textures but curly hair has a quite large range from beach waves to solid coils. Curly hair is the hardest to manage, it has the most texture so it can create extraordinary volume. That being said it loves to suck up water, so it has a field day with humidity.
Curly hair can be a blessing and a curse. On a good day, you'll have luscious tousled curls but on a bad day, it is frizzy craziness.
Curly hair is very demanding texture, it lacks moisture and is hard to manage. To make those crazy locks more manageable, it starts with products. Curly hair needs one thing most of all, with all its little heart it needs moisture!
Here is a few products to help manage the frizz, and hydrate that hair!
For styling, a great tool to manage and maintain a naturally curly look is a diffuser. A diffuser tool is an attachment that you can snap on to the end of your hair dryer, this spreads out the airflow to enhance the curl as it drys. To use a diffuser, the hair must first be damp. Then grab a handful of hair and scrunch it to the base of your scalp and replace your hand with the diffuser. Massage the diffuser in the section until dry, repeat all over head until head it's fully dry, then add finishing products.
Good Shampoos and conditioners to use are Replumping. This is a nourishing product for delicate hair, prone to breakage and an hydrating agent, and helps the natural elasticity. Nourishing is a nourishment product to help with severely dry and damaged hair that really hydrates the hair. Melu is another nourishing product that is best with brittle and dry hair. Finally, Love Curl, which is a product that hydrates, adds volume, shine, and improves the manageability of the hair.
A few styling products to use that condition the hair and help against heat
Curly hair is no joking matter it puts up a fight, but with the right products, hair cut, and knowledge. You have the tools to beautiful hair, its time for every day to be a good hair day.
Gia Smith,Hannah Rose, Brittany Dabney and Ally McMahan.