Most probably, you’re here, reading this piece of content because I’m sure you’ve been struggling to manage your curly hair! Trust me; it’s the same with me too. It has been ages since I’ve been trying all those curly hairstyles the youtubers show and all the curly hairstyles that my Instagram shows me on the explore page, but if the curls are not curly enough, what can I do? I had this question about not being able to do curly hairstyles even after having curly hair for a long time until I realized my hair is not curly enough.
They have a less water-holding capacity and less strength and are more frizzy when curly. I was extremely saddened by the amount of hair loss that took place when I combed my hair. But then, I started trying out different tips and tricks, and trust me; I can go for all types of curly hairstyles I wish to do. Curly hairstyles like the messy bun or curly hairstyles like just tagging simple hairpins on either side and leaving the curls open are something I can do very easily now. You ask how? Here are 10 tips and tricks I used on my curly hair, and I suggest you do so too!
1. Brush well
Detangling hair from the base up allows you to delicately detangle each bunch instead of intensifying bunches toward the base and yanking your direction.
2. Make sure to wash the hair regularly.
I frequently plan my hair ahead of time. I love my hair when it’s at its most extreme yet at the same time has characterized twists. Regular Washes are a must.
3. Better haircuts
Correspondence with your stylist is one of the greatest keys to ensuring you leave the salon blissful, both all around. Make sure to get a much more suitable haircut rather than “what you think” is best for your curly hair.
4. Good Shampoo
Many accept that shampooing is not extraordinary for curls because most shampoos contain sulfates, which deny the hair of dampness — significant for sans frizz twists.
But when the scalp hasn’t been cleaned, the development of dirt at the roots is seen. So shampooing is essential.
5. Moisturize well
At the point when your hair goes through a dry or dull stage, what you would rather not do is burden it with a lot of items. Instead, just utilize your fingertips to apply a dime-size mass of styling cream or oil to your closures (wet or dry hair is fine!), giving them additional dampness and bobbing.
6. Scrunch them
Scrunching is vital! Before leaving the shower, flip your head over and scrunch out an abundance of fluid. Then diffuse daintily with your head flipped over and keep on scrunching! This makes a magnificent bob and volume.
7. Finger Comb
Finger-brushing can be a lot gentler on the hair while detangling. And keeping in mind that edge brushes are perfect for smoothing child hairs, applying items straightforwardly to your fingers and utilizing them to go over is better.
8. Let them Dry Naturally.
Curly hair is usually the driest hair type, so it’s just an ordinary sense that driving it to dry quicker is a no. Keeping away any superfluous intensity from contacting your hair will ensure it stays clammy.
9. Dry Conditioner
Rather than wetting hair, take a limited quantity of conditioner and apply it to the mid-lengths and closures of hair to invigorate, remoisturize, and revive twists.
10. Use a Satin case to sleep on
It isn’t easy for a curly-haired young lady to wake up to beautiful curly hair every morning. It’s next to impossible. However, one method for further developing your chances is by dozing on a glossy Satin pillowcase. It will keep the hair better and not create clots to avoid frizzing and extra combing.
Try these and let us know if it helps!