7  Curly Hair Tips and Tricks

Anyone with curly hair has heard at least one person with straight strands lament, “Your hair is so pretty, I wish I had curly hair!” It’s meant to be a compliment, but having a great curly day is harder than it looks. Good news is you’re in the right place to get your easiest, healthiest hair routine ever. First, these simple tips will keep waves and curls looking shiny and strong. Then, advance to eight easy hairstyles you can whip out before the morning coffee’s ready.


  1. Always comb your hair from the bottom up.

Starting at the bottom allows you to gently detangle each knot, rather than compounding them all toward the bottom and yanking your way through with a comb.


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  1. Trim regularly to avoid split ends.

Split ends are never a good look (not to mention they can make your hair frizzy!). If you want healthy curls that look bouncy and fresh, head to the hairstylist every six to eight weeks for a curly cut.


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  1. Use product “cocktailing” to customize your haircare regimen.

“Product cocktailing is simply mixing two or more products together to meet your specific styling needs,”  Her favorite cocktails: smoothing serum plus mousse, and coconut oil plus styling gel. Both allow for supreme hold without leaving your hair dry and crunchy.


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  1. …or try a serum!

If you don’t have the patience for cocktailing, your best bet is a serum, which helps to not only smooth your curls but gives them definition and separation. “Use three or four pumps at a time. Emulsify the product in your hands and gently take it through your curls,”

  1. Rely on a wide-tooth comb, never a brush, to detangle.

“Curly hair is the most fragile type on the block, and each curl is a potential breaking point,”



  1. Apply a conditioning treatment to your ends.

When your hair goes through a dry or dull phase, what you don’t want to do is weigh it down with a ton of product. Simply use your fingertips to apply a dime-size blob of styling cream or oil to your ends, giving them extra moisture and bounce.


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  1. Try a diffuser to even out your curl pattern and add more body.

If you’re not using the attachments that come with your hairdryer, you’re missing out. “A diffuser is a blowdryer attachment that minimizes a lot of the frizz that comes when curly hair is air dried,” explains stylist Britt White. Plus, it can help even out your curl pattern and boost heavy curls’ volume.

To use your diffuser, first squeeze out the extra moisture in your hair after showering. If your hair is dry, spritz water onto it, then apply a mousse that contains heat protectant. Using your fingers, twirl each curl into the desired shape, then plop your strands into the diffuser, cupping it around your hair. Repeat until you’ve got defined curls all over.


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See article in its entirety at http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/hair/a39259/curly-hair-tips-and-hairstyles/

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