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5 Beginner Friendly Care Routines for Frizzy Curly Hair

Curly hair treatment differs greatly from straight hair treatment. There are significant differences in washing, drying, and combing techniques. Curly and wavy hair, in particular, necessitates meticulous care to maintain the curls and keep them from becoming rough. So, in addition to rinsing with the appropriate shampoo for your frizzy hair, it is a good idea to follow up with some extra care steps. For most beginners, finding and developing a routine to maintain your curly hair type takes time and vigilance, but don’t worry, in this article, I show you how to care for frizzy care using a beginner friendly modified routine.

Curly hair owners should keep in mind that extra moisture is required to achieve the perfect definition of curly hair. Each type of curly hair has a different porosity, and even within the same head, not all hair is in the same condition! The higher the porosity (the level of dryness) of the hair, the “thirstier” it will be for the product. Therefore, don’t be afraid to experiment with a variety of moisturizing products. without any further ado, lets dive into how to treat and care for frizzy curly hair.

1. Make use of conditioner.

Conditioner is the best friend of curly hair. Why? The silicone in the conditioner helps to coat the hair cuticle, preventing the hair shaft from swelling or frizzing. Conditioners are required in countries with high humidity.

2. For wet hair, use a comb.

Curly hair, unlike straight hair, should be styled while wet. Dry curly hair should not be styled because it can harm the strands or texture of the curls. Yes, comb tangled hair with a rare tooth comb. Begin at the ends of your hair and work your way up to the crown.

3. Using a diffuser, dry the hair/area.

To dry curly hair, use a microfiber towel or cotton sock to gently squeeze it out. The goal is to keep your hair’s natural moisture levels high. Then, blow-dry your hair with a diffuser. The diffuser is a must-have dryer for curly hair because its shape keeps curly hair defined and prevents frizzing when dry.

4. Make use of the curly hair styling products available.

Your dry and frizzy hair requires some after-wash products in addition to conditioner. You can begin by using curl cream or mousse. Add leave-in conditioner if your hair feels too damp. After you’ve finished applying all your products, use hair oil to seal in the moisture.

5. Beginner friendly shampoo routine for curly hair.

Step 1: Use your favorite shampoo to wash your hair and gently massage it over your scalp to remove product buildup. After removing the shampoo, take a handful of conditioner and thoroughly apply it to the ends and roots of your hair by softly sliding your hand between the tangles and brushing your hair with your fingers. Squeeze and scrunch your conditioned hair strand by strand to add volume and definition.

Step 2: To dry and rinse out the excess liquid from your hair, use a microfiber towel or a cotton t-shirt. Frizziness and irregular texture can result from using a regular towel.

Step 3: Apply a few drops of your favorite styling hair cream to your hair to hydrate and moisturize it. Apply the cream gently over the curls in a smooth slide to avoid ruining your natural curly palette.

Step 4: Always remember to scrunch up your hair at every step because scrunching is a technique for increasing hair volume and preserving natural curls.

Step 5: Curly hair styling products are required to shape and style your curls however you want. The following step is to apply hair mousse all over your curls and then scrunch them with this product. Hair mousse will protect your hair from humidity while also keeping it soft and free of crunch.

Step 6: Using a microfiber towel, scrunch up any excess products and liquid from your hair. Allow your hair to dry and admire the stunning results after 20-30 minutes.

Hopefully, with the right shampoo and the care tips listed above, your curly hair will be healthier!