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4 Tips for How to Care for Your Natural Curls: A blog about caring for natural curls

If you are blessed with naturally curly hair, then you know how difficult it is to control. The more you want to control the curly hair, the frizzier it can get. It can be a constant battle to maintain those curls. 

Having curly hair can be frustrating sometimes. You have to deal with maintenance, like deep conditioning and hair masks. Maintaining your curls is part of the process, but knowing the right ways to maintain it can help you get that beautiful hair you always wanted. Here are 4 tips for how to care for your natural curls.

Know what your hair type is.

Our hair is often a reflection of who we are as a person. It’s something we all take great care of. We spend a lot of time and money on our hair, and it’s important to take the time to understand your hair type. There are many different hair types. There are straight hair types, curly hair types, kinky hair types, and everything in between. Before you start your curly hair care routine, you will want to know your hair type.

There are three main curl types: 

  1. Curls that are tightly coiled, springy, and tightly spiraled. 
  2. Hair Curls that are not tightly coiled, springy, or spiraled. 
  3. Curls that are not tightly coiled, not springy, and not spiraled.

Avoid heat damage.

First, let’s be honest: natural curls are hard to deal with. The frizz, the knots, and the general unruliness can leave you wanting to throw in the towel. But hold on. There are many ways to tame your tresses without chemicals or heat. The first step, says Cocker, is to commit to a routine. “Having a plan to follow and sticking to it is the first step to taking good care of your hair and getting it to where you want it to. Weekly conditioning and deep conditioning regimen, and a monthly protein treatment. Avoid heat styling, which can cause damage to your hair. “The best way to avoid heat damage is to train your hair to go without it.

Find products that work for your curls.

If you have kinky curly hair, you probably know how difficult it can be to find the right products for your hair. It’s so difficult to find products that work for curly hair that many people find themselves just using the same products they used growing up. This is a mistake, though. If you’re just using the products you used growing up, you’re not getting the most out of your curly hair. If you’re not getting the most out of your hair, you’re not getting the most out of yourself. It’s time to find some new products that work for your curls.

Get a trim.

When talking about caring for natural curls, you’ve probably heard the term “trim” before, but what does it mean? When you get a trim, have your hairdresser (or you) trim off any split ends so that your curls or waves can look their best. You should get a trim every 6–8 weeks unless you get your hair chemically straightened. In that case, get a trim before you get your hair straightened.

Conclusion: 

Feeling overwhelmed by caring for your curls? Curly hair is often described with words like “frizzy,” “tangled,” “dry,” and “unmanageable.” But the truth is, curly hair isn’t any of those things. It’s just different. Curls are a lot like snowflakes — they’re all unique like kinky , braids or passion twist. Because of this, they require special care. The best way to care for your curls is to understand how they work. Curly hair is porous and can easily absorb moisture. This is why you need to use products formulated for curly hair. They’ll help you keep your curls looking and feeling healthy.