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How to Condition Curly Hair

by: Janice Johnson

Here Are Some Curly Hair Conditioning Tips:

STEPS:

  • Give your curls a hot oil treatment every 2-3 weeks to add moisture to the hair.
  • It is especially necessary to do this during the colder months where hair can become dry and brittle. It's also important during warm months when swimming and chlorine can wreck havok on curls. It's best to counter it with a hot oil treatment.
  • The heat opens up the inner cortex and penetrates the hair shaft. You can find this at your local drug store. A good hot oil treatment is Alberto VO5 Hot oil treatment. Each tube is 14 ml. It claims that if used regularly, it will lead to 55% stronger hair.
  • TIPS:

  • Trim the hair every 6-8 weeks to get rid of stringy ends and keep the hair looking tapered.
  • Use diluted essential oils on the hair for added manageability and shine.
  • Warnings: If you are using essential oils, always remember to dilute them first before using them on any part of your body - whether hair or skin.

    Remember, curly hair is a blessing not a curse. If you know the tiny changes you can make to your daily styling routine, it makes things so much easier. There will be little or no bad hair days ahead and you'll look that much more fabulous and feel that much better about your curls.

    Confidence is always an essential ingredient to looking good!

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    About The Author
    Janice Johnson is the founder of the http://www.CurlyHairSalon.com website. An online multi-ethnic black hair magazine that offers information, tips and advice to care for curly hair.
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    The information of this page is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for your dermatologist's or professional's advice or treatment. For further details, please read our disclaimer.

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