Curly hair maintain_4

March 22, 2008 at 9:44 pm (Let's Discuss) (, , , )

How to Properly Condition Curly Hair:
After completely rinsing shampoo out of your hair, apply a generous amount of conditioner into the palm of your hands.
Start at the middle of your hair (not at the roots) and work your way down to the ends. Comb conditioner completely through the hair.
Apply an additional helping of conditioner to the hair’s ends, as they are the most dry and porous.
Allow the conditioner to penetrate. Rinse well.
Additional Conditioning Tips:
Add an extra helping of your favorite natural oil (sweet almond, coconut, or jojoba).
Mix well.
Apply a nice coat of your conditioner concoction to your hair, comb through.
Cover with plastic cap.
Allow conditioner to penetrate during your shower time. Rinse.
For Thicker curly hair types:
Do not rinse out completely.
Leave a slight film of conditioner in your hair.
This portable invention allows you to do chores, check email, etc. while conditioning at the same time.
You no longer have to sit under a hot hard hood dryer, or go to a salon for a deep treatment…do it yourself for a fraction of the cost!
Deep condition your curly hair at least once a month. Comb a coat of conditioner
through your locks. Cover with plastic cap.
Use a daily leave in treatment to protect the hair from environmental elements. This helps prevent the hair from drying out from season to season.

1 Comment

  1. sabino said,

    While these tips are great there is an issue that is greatly overlooked, how to protect hair from frizzing once you walk out the door in high humidity, rain, dry- hot climates or cold weather. The only product developed to control frizz completely in any climate is Moisture Block, found at Also, watch this video at this link!

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