If you have curly hair, no matter your race, then you should know that your curls need extra care. The spring-summer season has its own woes, summer season can cause hair loss due to the damage caused by heat, chlorine saltwater, and sun exposure; hair can be brittle, dry, and prone to damage after summer.
So, this season, we’re taking a detailed hair care routine to take of our curls. I believe the best routine to take of curly hair should be simple – cleanse, condition, mask, moisturize, and oil. Finding the best shampoo with active ingredients to nurture your hair as well as the follicles should be the first step, then a good conditioner that helps gain back lost moisture and nutrients is next, finding a good hair mask to add more hydration to the hair is also good, then a good moisturizer that ranges from hair creams, hair custards, hair gels to hair butters whichever your choice is, it will be a game-changer and finally adding a good hair oil that has the most desired active ingredients and natural oil extracts will seal in the moisture and nutrients you’ve just gained back and should be the final step.
The tip to caring for your curly hair is to shampoo, condition, and mask once a week, the moisturizer and oil should be used every day or every other day depending on your hair density.
Without losing the point of today’s article, the step we are talking about is finding that holy-grail hair cream that’s specifically for your hair texture (curly), will tame frizz, define the curls and protect your hair from environmental pollutants. To make your hair care routine totally worth it, I believe a hair cream with good ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, clove oil, olive oil, cholesterol e.t.c. is the way to go, these ingredients do not only add hydration to your hair, they also contain antioxidants that protect the follicles and aid growth.
Moreso, curly hair can only thrive in heavy hair creams due to its fullness and density, finding the good ones will protect your scalp from dryness and prevent your hair from falling out. It’s also good to note that the hair creams for curly hair should be a multi-tasker from adding hydration to the hair to protecting the hair from heat, UV rays, and pollution.
In addition, what should be the buying habit when shopping for the best hair creams for curly hair? I believe the buying habit should be once you’ve found what works for you, set some money aside to stock them up to last you the season should in case it runs out before the season ends (Three to six jars should last you a season).
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