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Those who have naturally curly locks often see it as a desirable attribute. While curly hairstyles can look adorable, they also tend to pose numerous problems when it comes to styling. The weight that curls tend to add at the top of the head as well as the hair frizz that tends to occur in the worst moments are only two of the main reasons why those with naturally curly locks often wish they had another hair texture and are often reluctant to grow their hair long. While curly hair might require more maintenance than other types of hair, with... Read More
Believe it or not, natural texture is a gift and one that shouldn't be wasted. To bring your naturally curly hair to life, learn all the hair care and styling tips to get the best out of your beautiful mane and work that volume for all it's worth! Because naturally curly hair tends to be dry and coarse, taking extra good care of it is essential. The first step in taming frizzy, curly hairstyles is finding the right hair care products suited to its specific needs. Shampoos and conditioners are specially formulated to lock moisture, to... Read More
Before you actually start the drying process, make sure that you used the proper shampoo and conditioner for your particular hair type. These shouldn't contain harsh chemicals or ingredients that can deteriorate your hair. Use your fingers as a comb after you rinse off the conditioner, a brush would only cause breakage. Avoid rubbing the towel with your hair, it will only damage your curls, instead slightly push it to your scalp to get rid of as much water as you can. Before blow drying apply a mousse, a cream or a spray to protect ... Read More
How to Modernize Your HairstyleThink big, voluptuous flicks and romantic curls to achieve this winter's sexy hairstyles. Here's an easy, five-step guide shows you how...OneFlicks are big this season. Separate your hair into sections and using your flat irons, pull through slowly turning your irons up towards the ends to create a flick. The more you turn, the more dramatic the flick. Secure with firm finishing spray.TwoYou could also use your curling iron to twist the ends of your hair. Remember, the smaller the barrel the tighter the curl. I... Read More