Curly Human Hair Weave Care Tips


Curly hair

Anybody with curly hair has heard at least one individual with instantly strands lament, “your hair is so quite, I wish I had curly hair!” It is meant to be a praise, however having a very good curly hair day is harder than it looks.

Good news is you’re in the right place to get your easiest, healthiest hair routine ever. First, these simple tips will keep curly hair weave looking shiny and strong. Then, advance to eight easy hairstyles you can whip out before the morning coffee’s ready.

Curly Human Hair Weave  care Tips 

1. Always comb your hair from the bottom up.

Starting at the bottom allows you to gently de-tangle each knot, rather than compounding them all toward the bottom and yanking your way through with a comb.

2. Keep your ends trimmed to avoid split ends.

Split ends are never a good look (not to mention they can make your hair frizzy!). If you want healthy curls that look bouncy and fresh, head to the hairstylist every six to eight weeks for a quick trim.

3. Use a wide-tooth comb to de-tangle your curls, never a brush.

“Curly hair is the most fragile type on the block, and each curl is a potential breaking point,” explains Renee. “Using a wide-tooth comb is the gentlest way to de-tangle curls and it doesn’t disrupt the natural curl pattern as much as a brush would.” (Don’t forget to start at the bottom — see tip #1!)

4. Practice a conditioning remedy on your ends when your hair needs a bit improve.

Whilst your hair goes thru a dry or stupid section, what you don’t need to do is weigh it down with a ton of product. Genuinely use your fingertips to apply a dime-length blob of styling cream or oil for your ends, giving them extra moisture and leap.


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