By Black Hair Hub | Dec 04, 2019
Admit it ladies – our curls are our first love. That being said, it’s not always easy to take care of them. With the environment affecting our curls, it is not uncommon for our hair to get dry and damaged. But with the styling tips mentioned below, you can say goodbye to your damaged curls in a matter of weeks.
Did you know that shampoos are meant to wash your scalp and not your curls? While shampoos are required to cleanse your scalp, they can also remove the moisture from your hair and dry out your curls. To prevent this, it is advised that you use shampoos specially designed to take care of your damaged curls. African Pride Moisture Miracle Honey & Coconut Oil Shampoo is one shampoo that has worked well for us. Infused with the goodness of honey and coconut oil, this shampoo adds some much-needed moisture to your curls. It is honestly a total genie in a bottle with all three wishes solved after one wash.
When trying out new hairstyles, removing the knots from your curls is a must-do first step. Instead of simply running your brush through your hair and risking further damage, apply a detangler to your tresses first. We’ve tried a number of detanglers and like Just for Me Natural Hair Milk Detangler the best. This product is packed with shea butter, sunflower oil and coconut milk. It not only detangles our curls but also prevents breakage and adds a splash of shine to it. If we’re being honest – this product not only benefits our curls but also makes it look runway ready.
After slaving away to get our hairstyle just right, very rarely do we stop and add a layer of protection to our tresses. To remedy this, we suggest using African Pride Black Castor Miracle Anti-Humidity Heat Protectant Spray. This spray contains black castor oil and keratin complex which work in tandem to prevent humidity while also nourishing your curls and sealing in your shine.
No one likes dry and damaged hair but by using the styling tips mentioned above, you’ll say goodbye to your dry and damaged curls in no time.
Want to know more about taking care of your dry and damaged curls, check out How To Minimize Hair Damage.
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