It takes care to break the curly hair. They have a dry structure and are more susceptible to breakage. So choose shampoos that are highly moisturizing.
Do not use shampoos made for permanent curly hair. This will cause your hair to become heavier. Using a normal shampoo in both washes will keep the elasticity of your bouquets and rest your hair.
Use the shampoo in circular motion, using your fingers to feed your hair thoroughly. This is both a massage effect and your hair will not interfere. Use your fingers like a comb when you pause.
A moisturizing hair cream prevents your hair from getting out of control. So, your waves do not swell. Feed the cream sauce thoroughly and hold a section. Then scan your hair with a large toothed comb with a pinch of tufts. So your hair will penetrate deeply into your creamy hair. In addition, your ties will be proportionate, the risk of swelling of your hair will decrease.
If you have time, wrap your hair with a foil after the hair cream is on. This way, keeping the hair for about fifteen minutes will reduce the hair's dryness and blistering.
Your curls need to be taken care of Always use lukewarm water while rinsing your head. Hot water gives you the hair that you give your woolen goods. Leave your hair as dry as you can, do not dry it with your hair dryer. Never scan while dry. Shape with your fingers.
If your hair is electrocuted during the day, you can easily solve this problem using non-rinsed hair creams and lotions. Take your cream in the size of your walnut and put your fingers through your trowels. This little support will calm them down.
Support the shine and harmony of your hair with styling and refreshing products.
Curly hair looks matte because they have a more scaly structure, and they need intense moisture support. Apply a maintenance mask every week to provide moisture support and store the nemes they need.
About the Author: Saime Akat has been working in publishing since 2008. Saime Akat, who has published interviews and articles on culture-arts, literature, lifestyle magazines, is director of corporate communications at a publishing house.