- 1 Curly Haircare, Daily Haircare Routine For Curly Hair
- 1.1 How to make my curly hair not frizzy
- 1.2 How to take care of natural curly black hair
- 1.3 Apply Products Directly to the hair
- 1.4 Take a daily multi-vitamin
- 1.5 Get a haircut every 5 to 6 weeks
- 1.6 Dry your hair naturally
- 1.7 Use soft, smooth pillowcase
- 1.8 Try not to blow dry your hair too often
- 1.9 Put tea tree oil in your shampoo
- 1.10 Condition your hair directly after shampooing
- 1.11 Add conditioner to your hair
- 1.12 Skip the blow dryer after bathing
- 1.13 Don’t use bleach on your hair
- 1.14 Avoid overusing styling products
- 1.15 Do not put too much stress on your hair
- 1.16 Avoid combing and brushing hair
Curly Haircare, Daily Haircare Routine For Curly Hair
How to make my curly hair not frizzy
How to take care of natural curly black hair
Curly hair and beautiful hair may not have been something you were born with, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it.
With a few simple tips incorporated into your daily beauty routine, you can achieve the results you have always wanted with your hair. The following curly haircare article will offer you some advice on how to do just that.
Apply Products Directly to the hair
When you are using products for your hair make sure that you apply them directly to the hair and not on the scalp.
This is important because adding hair products to your scalp can clog the pores of your head, which could lead to hair damage and/or loss of hair.
Take a daily multi-vitamin
One of the best ways to ensure healthy hair growth is to take in a balanced diet with plenty of vitamins.
Taking a daily multi-vitamin will supplement your dietary intake to ensure that your body’s needs are met or exceeded. Select a high-quality vitamin designed for people of your age and gender.
Get a haircut every 5 to 6 weeks
It is crucial that you get a haircut every 5 to 6 weeks. This is because human hair grows about a quarter to a half an inch every month, and when the hair grows, split ends tend to form.
Getting a haircut this frequently will prevent split ends from occurring, while getting rid of any you may have.
Dry your hair naturally
Try to dry your hair naturally, rather than using a hairdryer. The heat from a blow dryer can damage your hair, giving it a frizzy look. Instead, try wrapping your hair up using a towel for a while.
This will help your hair to naturally dry without creating unmanageable frizz.
Use soft, smooth pillowcase
A soft, smooth pillowcase can help you keep your hairstyle, as well as, your hair. Sleeping on a pillow covered in a textured fabric or low-thread count cotton pillowcase can actually pull your hair and cause it to fall out.
Use a smooth pillow-covering, wherever you lay your head and help keep your hair where it belongs.
Try not to blow dry your hair too often
If you can, try not to blow dry your hair too often and do not color your hair frequently. Both of these can cause your hair to dry out, damaging it in the process.
If these products have already dried your hair out, you can use coconut oil twice a week to add moisture.
Put tea tree oil in your shampoo
A great way that you can reduce the breakage of your hair is to put tea tree oil in your shampoo. This nutrient is very important for the health of your hair and helps to maintain firm strands.
Adding this nutrient to your shampoo or conditioner yields a fresh and vibrant style.
Condition your hair directly after shampooing
If you are going to condition your hair, make sure you do it directly after shampooing it. This will make sure you get the most out of your conditioning and it will be softer and more manageable than if you just shampooed it.
You will have a more beautiful head of hair.
Add conditioner to your hair
Make sure you thoroughly but evenly add conditioner to your hair when you maintain it. Additionally, let the conditioner sit in your hair for 5-10 minutes so that it can be fully absorbed, then rinse it out.
Skip the blow dryer after bathing
When you finish bathing, skip the blow dryer. Air drying your hair encourages volume and discourages frizz.
If you must use a blow dryer, consider using it on the cool setting to encourage the sheath of your hair strands to lay down. This encourages the illusion of shine and is better for your hair than heat. (Curly Haircare)
Don’t use bleach on your hair
While bleach can give you great sun-kissed highlights, it also wreaks havoc with your hair structure and makes it dry and brittle. When your hair is dry and brittle, it will break easily and will be difficult to brush.
Even the most expensive hair conditioners can’t revive bleach damaged hair. (Curly Haircare)
Avoid overusing styling products
Using too many lotions, creams, conditioners and the likes, can be just as destructive to the hair as using none.
Hair-care products can build up over time, smothering your hair in a coating of oil and chemicals and irritating your scalp. Stick to a few reliable products and rotate them occasionally to keep them from building up.
Do not put too much stress on your hair
If you are going to pull your hair up into a pony-tail or braid it, you should do it gently and not pull it too tightly. Also if you are going to brush it do it gently and softly.
Avoid combing and brushing hair
It’s best to avoid combing and brushing hair while it’s wet. Hair is weaker when it’s wet, increasing the chances of your hair follicles breaking off with each stroke of your comb or brush.
Instead, wait for the hair to dry before beginning any grooming practices, such as these, that will put mild stress on the hair.