Curly hair is exceptional. It curves loops. Due to all the twists and turns, it can be fragile and delicate. Natural oils formed by the scalp to relax and protect strands have a tougher time traveling from top to bottom due to its curvy nature. So, the girls with curly hairs have to experience the problem of thirsty hairs.
In this situation women with curly hairs have to wash their hairs frequently. Hair care for such girls and women with curly hairs is different. There are some hair care tips for natural curls.
- Hold the Pre-Shampoo Conduct for Curly Hair
Use of conditioner or conditioning oil to pre-shampoo in dry hair. Split your hair into segments and apply the conditioner into your hair comprehensively, by your fingers to isolate your curls and work the product in. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes and if your hairs are super twisted, use plastic cap or towel to help heat up your head, which will open up the cuticle of your hair and offer the conditioner to enter more deeply.
This all process is long and time taking but after this you would be easy with your curly hairs.
- Don’t Shampoo Daily
Everyday shampooing can stress out fragile elements, and dry out thirsty curls. Curly hair doesn’t need to be shampooed frequently like straight hair. Though, use conditioner into the shower frequently, smearing conditioner even if you don’t shampoo your hair.
- Selection of Shampoo for curly hairs
Use a slight shampoo or a low-lather cleansing conditioner that will energize your hair and scalp without undressing away too much of its natural moisture and oils. Many curly girls even go a step further and watery their shampoos or cleansing conditioners with purified water.
- Don’t Rub your hairs
Rubbing, scrubbing, swirling or piling your hair on top of your head while shampooing can be disastrous for curls. This type of manipulation leads to the type of tangles you don’t even want to think about. Instead, break it down. Divide your hair into four sections—more if it’s super thick. Twist or clip away all but the first section. Apply a small amount of shampoo or cleansing conditioner to your scalp and work it in thoroughly. Then gently squeeze it down along the lengths. Repeat on each of the sections. Then rinse in the same sequence—section by section, starting at the scalp and squeezing the suds out of the lengths from top to bottom.
- Don’t use Hot Water for curly hairs.
Cold water shampoo and/or rinse doesn’t make for the most luxurious hair washing experience. But cold water will snap those cuticles shut, which in turn will lock in moisture, make your hair shinier and reduce frizz.
6. Splashing the curly Hairs
Keep curls intact and avoid frizz, opt for micro-fiber towels or a soft cotton t-shirt to blot excess moisture. Then plop! Lay the t-shirt or micro-fiber towel flat. Flip your head over and gently place your curls in the shirt or towel. Grab the ends of the towel and start twisting, creating towel twists on each side. When your curls are secure, pull the twists back and tie them or clip them together. Wait at least 30 minutes (or just go to bed) before removing the shirt or towel. Excess moisture will be absorbed and your curls will remain defined and frizz-free.
- Behave like a Satin Doll
Rough cotton pillowcases can cause your curls to tangle and crimp. Ensemble your bed (or at least your pillows) with smooth satin pillowcases. Or shawl your hair in a satin scarf or hat to keep curls smooth and intact.
- Comb Smoothly
Comb with caution and use unified, snag-free combs. Use the best possible quality comb. Don’t jerk or reprobate. After shampooing, while detangling your hair, use a very wide-tooth comb and untangle gently, sector by sector. Every time detangle your hair when these are wet, if possible when it’s endangered with a fur of conditioner. Don’t use brushing. It will cause chaos on your curl design by flouting up the hair strands and making a foamy, frizzy mess. You also risk pulling the hair out at the root or breaking it mid shaft or making split ends with a brush.