Dealing with curly hair is one issue that never gets old. I often come across people with coiled, frizzy corkscrews complaining about how their hair looks and feels. In addition, it is sad seeing those people deal with hair issues on a daily basis but like everything, managing curly hair is not impossible too. All you need to do is stay motivated and look for great products made for black hair natural curls.

Black hair natural curls have a tendency of becoming parched really fast especially if you wash them daily. This is because generally, curly hair is dry and if you wash it every now and then, you drain out every drop of moisture from it making it even drier. To stop that from happening, you need to invest in an excellent shampoo and conditioner, preferably those that are rich in olive oil as it softens the hair. In addition, you need to avoid washing your hair daily and limit it to two or maybe three times a week.

Whenever you wash your hair, you should avoid rubbing it strongly with a towel. Instead, you should wrap it up in your towel and keep the towel on for about ten to fifteen minutes. This will keep your black hair natural curls damp making them less frizzy. After you take off the towel, you should softly comb your curls by dividing it into 3 or 4 sections as this makes de-tangling your hair easier. After combing your hair, you should use either a good moisturizer or a souffle on your hair to keep it soft like Curl’s Quenched Curls Moisturizer and Curl Souffle. Both these products are really good and will add a lot of volume to your black hair natural curls. For people with extremely frizzy curls, Curls Goddess Glaze is an excellent choice as this gel protects your hair from becoming wiry.


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