Curly hair is beautiful, but sometimes it’s a pain to deal with them. Here are some tips for dealing with curly hair that will help straighten curly hair without any damage:
Use the Right Products Designed for Curly Hair:
The first step to straightening your hair is using the right products. You may need a serum that includes heat protection to get rid of frizz. A curl relaxer is another option for getting rid of frizz, but you can also use a letter serum and apply a regular anti-frizz product after drying your hair.
When you’re straightening your hair, you need to be gentle. Don’t pull on it too much or put too much pressure on your curls. It can cause damage if you do it too often and make them look worse in the long run.
Don’t wash your curly hair every day.
Curly hair is naturally drier than straight hair, so if you wash it every day, you’ll make it worse. Try washing hair every other day or even just twice a week. If you have too dry hair, try using a deep conditioner like Moroccan Oil once or twice a week. You’ll love the results!
Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner
Use only sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner on your hair. Sulfates strip the natural oils from your scalp and cause frizziness and dryness. If you have curly hair, it’s more important to use sulfate-free shampoo because sulfates cause frizziness in curly hair more than any other type of hair.
Always use a leave-in conditioner on curly hair. It will help tame the frizzies and keep your curls looking smooth and shiny instead of dull and lifeless. We recommend L’Oreal EverSleek Frizz Finish Oil-In-Serum. Just rub a couple of drops between your palms and run them through your damp curls before blow-drying them or letting them air dry.
Avoid Using Too Much Heat on Your Hair!
Heat styling tools like curling irons, blow dryers, flat irons, etc., can cause damage to your hair over time if used too often or at too high of temperatures. Try not to use heat on your hair more than once a week if possible!
Use a diffuser on your blow dryer to help straighten curly hair. A diffuser is an attachment for your blow dryer that helps direct the heat in one.
Use a Deep Conditioning Hair Mask Once a Week
Deep conditioning once a week helps moisturize dry hair that is prone to frizziness. Look for products containing shea butter or coconut oil. Both oils have been proven to reduce frizziness in curly hair. Apply the hair mask after you shampoo. And leave it for at least 20 minutes before you wash your hair for the best results.
There are many different styles of hair. Some people have very straight hair, and some have very curly hair. You can easily find products to straighten your naturally curly hair, but difficult to figure out how to style and maintain your curly hair properly.
Here are some of the curly hair styling tips:
- Shampoo and condition your hair, but leave it wet.
- Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to detangle your hair.
- Apply a curl enhancer (or gel).
- Use the praying hands’ method to apply the product.
- Squeeze with a microfiber towel.
- Air dry or use a diffuser.
Once your curls are completely dry, you can fluff them up if they’re too compacted by squeezing them gently between your palms.
Styling curly hair is different from styling straight hair, just as it’s different to wear curls than it is to wear a blowout. You want to play up your natural texture rather than trying to tame your curls into submission.
A good haircut:
It will make you look better and feel better about yourself. But if you’re like most women, you don’t shampoo your hair properly — or style it the way it should be to maximize its beauty. Here’s how to do it right:
Shampoo and condition your hair, but leave it wet.
The key is to start with a wet head of hair. “You want to coat your hair evenly with conditioner or styling products,” says hairstylist Garren, whose clients include Charlize Theron and Michelle Obama. “If you’re applying product to dry hair, you’re just going to get spotty coverage.”
Apply styling products while your hair is soaking wet.
You can use mousse, styling cream, or gel, says Garren. But whichever one you choose, it has to go on when your hair is soaking wet – not damp.
Curly hair is beautiful in its way, but if you have too curly hair, there will be a lot of problems that you need to solve. Sometimes your hair is so tangled that you just could not get them out from the roots. What if I tell you that you can straighten and style without getting any heat damage on your hair! Say what?! I know it is an unbelievable thing to hear. But that’s true as long as you follow the above steps.