We Will Show You Curly/Wavy Hair Natural 10 Tips
We’re just going to jump right in today so if you are interested in learning some tips and tricks for you curly/wavy hair people out there then stay with us.
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Curly/Wavy Hair 10 tips:
Tips No One (Wavy Hair)
Alright let’s jump in with my first curly/wavy hair tip and that is the temperature of water that you use when you get in the shower. So, when you first get in the shower you’re going to shampoo your head and you’re going to want to use warm water. This is going to help to open the hair cuticle allowing your shampoo to do its job, cleanse your hair properly continue to use warm water when you go to use condition but then when you go to rinse out that conditioner you’re going to want to the water to cold. Now, this is going to help to close their cuticle and this is going to allow the moisture to be retained which is going to help prevent frizz and no one wants frizzy curly/wavy hair.
Tips No Two (Wavy Hair)
The next tip is when you get out of the shower doing not rub your hair in a towel. It is so bad don’t do it. You want to use a microfiber towel or cotton t-shirt either one doesn’t matter they were just the same. I love these they’re called Turbie twist and I have gotten them from Ultra, from Target or like two for ten, really good deal. You just wrap your hair up in this and I’ll help create less frizz and friction for you but like I said if you’d rather not buy anything just use an old cotton t-shirt that works just as great.
Tips No Three (Wavy Hair)
Next, let’s talk about oils. As you know curly/wavy hair is prone to damage, breakage, dullness, and fuzziness the whole shebang. So definitely try oils they can really be very beneficial to your hair. I personally love coconut oils and Organ oils are just my favorites. An organ oil that I’ve been using recently is from every strand and it is the organic organ oil, its alcohol-free which is great this product is from Sally’s Beauty spun and it was less than ten dollars. All their products in their line are under $10. So I would definitely go give this a try. You could also use coconut oils. You have some in your pantry. put that on your hair rinse it out and it will really you’ll see a difference it’ll just be more manageable and add a little bit of shine to your hair.
Tips No Four (Wavy Hair)
The next tip is really hard for a lot of people. Do not brushy our hair if it’s wet. Brush you before you get the shower. Not after not during before. Every hair type is prone to damage especially curly/wavy hair if it is wet. So if you’re brushing you in the shower or after the shower, your wavy hair is going to be damaged broken and It will become frizzy. So don’t do it, don’t do it. If you die the brush you and do it before hand. Don’t do it at set because you won’t be happy with the result.
Tips No Five (Wavy Hair)
Okay now, let’s talk about shampoo and conditioner. This is kind of a basic tip and trick. But you really do want to use shampoos and conditioners that are good. Don’t buy the cheapest stuff. You can find sometimes there are really awesome products that are cheap, great. Go for it. But I really read those ingredients, try to figure out, what’s in these products. Don’t buy a product where the first ingredient is alcohol. That’s not going to be good for curly/wavy hair. That’s really just going to dry it out and that’s the last thing we need for our curls.
So I would highly recommend using a shampoo or conditioner that is it doesn’t have to be made for curly/wavy hair. But it needs to be very nourishing. because all curly your girls all we complain about is how dry our hair Is. so definitely something that hashes butter in it someone that has coconut oil in it something has agave oil and kind of oil will do. The shampoo that I have been using lately is by Moisture. Of course, I love all the products.
This is the coconut biscuits curl and shine shampoo was so protein and neem oil and this is for thick curly/wavy hair it is anti-frizz formula and it adds moisture and shine. So you really just want to look at these ingredients. What are these first the very first ingredient? This is coconut oil. The third ingredient is moisture, vitamin E, aloe vera juice these are the kind of ingredients that you want to see in your products. So that they are not drying out. Next, my conditioner that I’ve been using lately is by Shea Moisture as well and it is their mature manuka honey and mafura oil conditioner and this is the intensive hydration conditioner with African rock fit and this stuff smells out-of-this-world.
So I haven’t recommended going to Target and smelling this one. It smells unreal y’all and this is sulfate-free and it’s safe for color-treated which my hair is highlighted at a couple of times a year. So definitely just be sure to look at the ingredients that the first ingredient is alcohol do not buy it. it will dry out. I also want to mention what hair mask I use a lot of pretty girls use really intensive masks and lately I have been using every strand she and coconut oil hair mask. this is a deep moisture mask with obviously she butter and coconut oil so definitely get this want to try this is that same brand that I mentioned and they are found and in Sally’s Beauty Supply and all their products under $10 so definitely check them out.
Tips No Six (Wavy Hair)
Okay no it’s next curly/wavy hair tip not a lot of people like to hear and I’m sorry but it’s no heat and I startle without myself personally a lot. It was pretty easy for me to cut blow dryers out of my routine. I shower at night typically and just let my hair dry and then go to bed and wake up and roll out but it can take a while for your hair to air dry.
So I think that that’s a tricky one for a lot of people to get used to. But for me, it was so hard. I like it and used to straighten my hair so much your straight me like every day in middle school and once I stopped my screw a mile a minute. So applying heat your hair really just kills it, breaks it off. I would highly recommend straightening or curling your hair as little as possible.
I curl a stream of hair probably, probably three four five four times a year. Five-four times a year. So definitely just try not to do it as much as possible. Even if that means waiting right here dry, three days a weekend. The other days of the week curling it. You have to slowly cut it from your routine.
Tips No Seven (Wavy Hair)
Alright, so the next thing I want to mention to you guys is really to touch you as little as possible and I know that it seems like kind of a silly tip but it really has helped me a lot. I play with my wavy hair a lot, mess with me a lot, the more you pull on those curls you’re going to loosen loose and the curls and going to kind of buzz in frizz up. As soon as you get out the shower, you don’t need to be like scrunching your hair for ten hours .forming little ringlets with it for ten hours. Playing with your bangs for ten hours.
No, you just need to just let it do its thing. Just let it live its life and just see how it goes. But really the more you touch it, the more you play with it, the more you mess with it, then we’re gonna add frizz to your hair and yeah it’s just gonna get worse more .so the more you touch it. So don’t touch your hair.
Tips No Eight (Wavy Hair)
Next let’s talk about how to maintain your curls overnight for your second day, the third day, who knows maybe it’s your fourth day. You know what I’m saying. Who knows? Let’s get crazy. So you’re going to want to sleep with your hair in some kind of protective way whether you’re sleeping in silk, a soap cap, a silk scarf. If you are putting your hair up in a bun, putting you in a pineapple, putting you in braids. I don’t care what you’re doing. You’re going to want to figure out what method works for you but you need to figure out some method to sleep with your hair.
So that it’s not going to crush or stretch out your curls and I’m probably going to do a video soon on how to do second-day. Maybe trying out a couple of different methods and then you guys can try the methods out see which methods work for you best so let me know if you want to see that in the comments down below. But um yeah you really need to figure out a method that works for you. Like I said would that be pineapple. I’m putting ahead of bun braiding your hair put it in a silk scarf, silk cap. I think it what you do but you need to figure out something. So you don’t have to wash your hair every day because you cannot wash every day.
Tips No Nine (Wavy Hair)
Next, I wanted to mention to you possibly going sulfate or silicone-free. This is an optional method. You don’t have to do it if you have the hair. It’s not a necessity but there are definitely benefits to it. So essentially you do not use any shampoos or conditioners that have sulfates or silicones in them. You don’t use heat um and this is kind of called curly girl method started by Laureen Massey who has the line called diva curl which you can get at Sephora. This is a really beneficial method. I have used it. I love it. It can be tricky to find hair products that are truly sulfate or silicone-free.
A lot of products will say they’re sulfate silicone-free. They’re not. So really always check your ingredients once again. You always want to check the ingredients but this is definitely a good method. That could be very beneficial to you. So definitely check it out and see if it works for you.
Tips No Ten (Wavy Hair)
Last but certainly not least. This isn’t really a tip or trick. I just wanted to let you know that if you have curly/wavy hair rocket-like own it. Curly/wavy hair can be so cool. Like it’s cool. Spirals are pro kinky curly/wavy hair is cool. Straight as cool. It doesn’t matter what kind of hair you have. It’s absolutely beautiful and I can assure you that if you have stick-straight. There’s someone that’s dying to have you. If you have curly/wavy hair someone is straight, is dying to have your hair. Everyone wants the type that they don’t have. So just rock what you have on it. You know there’s no point in damaging your hair.
This is a suggestion from my friend for all of you, Those who love curly/wavy Hair.