Unlike your friend’s curly hair, which is rougher, we recommend that you can use a gentle shampoo that specifically designed for curly hair to remove the dirt. When washing your hair, make sure to wash your hair twice. Massage the scalp gently to break down any oils or dirt.
Because you have the curly hair, super thick conditioner is not suitable for you. Too much conditioner will make your curly hair straight. Instead, choose a lightweight conditioner. If your hair is extremely fine, you can also consider skipping the traditional conditioner and using a leave-in conditioner.
Choose the right brush or comb:
Curly hair is often dry and can break easily when you comb or brush, so you can brush your hair while the conditioner is still in your hair to make it easier and to ensure the conditioner coats all your strands. When choosing a brush, buy a high quality wide-toothed comb with natural bristles instead of plastic.
Tips for caring curly hair
Normally, curly hair tends to lack moisture and dry out easily, which making it more difficult to care for. We suggest you to love your hair no matter what texture it is. Here are some tips to help you maintain your fine curls.
In order to keep your curly hair great, air drying is best. Then you can dry your hair without causing any damage. If you don’t have time, you can speed up the process by using a diffuser on your curls. Cup each curled part at a time and let it dry completely before proceeding to the next part.
Rinse with cold water until the curls are completely clean. If the dirt remains on the curls, you need to consider change the type of shampoo. Before completely rinsing off all the conditioner, use a wide-toothed comb to clean up your curly hair, from the roots to the end. Do not tear or pull, because that will damage the hair.