Short hair doesn’t have to mean boring so you can style your curls differently, e.g. Top Notch, Half “N” Half, Side Scrunch, Headband it, Fringe Friendly, Retro Glam. With a variety of trendy women’s curly hairstyles, there’s no reason why you can’t find a look that fits your needs. Have a look at our client gallery!!
You have super curly hair; you must trim it every 12 weeks. It is recommended to trim curls every six to eight weeks. You know it’s time to cut when the curls start to curl a little.
In general, dark colors look best on curly hair. Factors such as eye color, skin tone, and natural hair should be considered before deciding on a color.
Make sure you are adequately prepared for your curly haircut! Make sure you shampoo your hair the day before your appointment. Your hair should be clean, dry, tangle free, and styled with minimal product use. Make sure your hair is free of ponytails, braids, twists, or other hairstyles that will manipulate the pattern of your curls.
Most curly hairstyles shouldn’t take more than an hour, but it can take longer if you include hair care and a slight curl training.
No, is best using your fingers to take out knots. If you have to brush your curly hair, it’s best to do it when hair is wet and conditioned properly to avoid roughness and frizz. Because curly hair is dry and brittle, brushing or combing dry can cause hair to break.
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Keep your locks healthy and beautiful with these hair care tips.
- Choose your shampoo wisely. Harsh shampoos strip your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dull, frizzy, and prone to breakage. Choose a mild shampoo that doesn’t contain sulfates, silicones, or parabens. These chemicals only coat the hair strands and prevent natural oils from penetrating the hair shaft.
- Alternatively, you can apply a cleansing conditioner to your scalp to refresh it. Co-washing, or the “dirt-free method”, involves conditioning the scalp and hair as needed and using a sulfate-free clarifying shampoo once a week.
- Remember that the main focus is on keeping your hair moisturized. Don’t wash your hair every day as this can stretch and dry it, causing it to lose shape and health.
- The curlier your hair, the more moisture it needs, so add a deep conditioning treatment to your hair care routine. Condition it every two weeks, and you will find that your hair is nourished and moisturized from within. Choose a hot oil massage and hair mask for the same.
- Use water at the right temperature to wash your hair. Start with warm water instead of hot water to cleanse your scalp and hair thoroughly. Use cold water for the final rinse to lock in moisture and keep scalp and hair from drying out, sealing cuticles, and reducing frizz.
- Detangle your hair when it’s wet. Using your fingers gently through tangled hair without tugging or pulling hair. Working your way up from the bottom, start at the bottom. Avoid using brushes as they can disrupt the typical pattern of curls, make the strands rough, and cause frizz.
- When using hair styling products, remember that less is more. Refrain from using harsh chemical-laden products. You can mix two or more products to achieve your styling goals. Alcohol-based hair gels can leave your curls dry and crunchy, so be careful with the quantity.
- Trim every six to eight weeks to remove split ends and keep your hair healthy and shiny.
Dry hairstyles are being discussed more than ever, and they are certainly the best choice for curly, super curly and wavy hair. Dry cut allow us to see your hair on its natural state, so when the hair is wet it’s much longer and not able to see your natural hair. When deciding whether to cut your hair wet or dry, you need to consider three factors: the texture of your hair, the style you want, and how you want to style your hair.
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