curly hair

Curly hair fascinates so many, but its care can be quite troublesome. It has an uneven structure, often frizzy and tangled, it’s easy to dry, it lacks shine. It also tends to split ends faster, and any hairdressing treatments and high temperatures are very harmful to hair. It’s also often referred to as high porosity hair. So how should we take care of this type of hair to make the curls beautiful, healthy, shiny and bouncy?

how to wash curly hair

Firstly, curly hair shouldn’t be washed too often – 2-3 times a week is recommended. Remember to provide it with the right amount of humectants to deeply moisturize your hair. However, it doesn’t like cosmetics that are too strong, so you should clean it with delicate cosmetics. It is also recommended to wash curly hair with the OMO method, thanks to which it’ll be well nourished. After washing, it is best to gently drain the excess water with a towel or a cotton t-shirt, and then gently comb it with a wooden comb with wide teeth. Curls don’t like drying, so it’s best to let them dry on their own afterwards.

how to care for your curly hair

Another important ingredient that we should provide for curly hair are proteins that will allow you to rebuild and strengthen the hair structure from the inside. The next step will close the proteins and humectants inside the hair with cosmetics containing emollients. They create a protective layer on its surface that prevents water loss and protects against mechanical damage or harmful external factors.

Also remember to implement additional care, such as regular use of trichological peeling to cleanse the scalp and strengthen the hair roots, or oiling, which is very fond of curly hair. Also, make sure that your hair accessories, such as elastic bands or headbands, are made of delicate materials such as silk or satin that do not damage the hair structure like thin, synthetic products.