Find the Right Tools for Your Curly Hair
There are lots of everyday items that curly-haired girls should be careful to avoid. How unfair, right? However, we’re here to find the silver lining and show you what the better options are for your delicate locks. Go ahead and throw away that hairbrush and trade it out for a wide-tooth comb. The body+mind blog reminds us that brush bristles tend to cause more breakage, resulting in frizz and a disruption of your hair’s natural flow. You’ll want to use that same comb when applying product (including conditioner) to your hair, and throughout the styling process.
We’ve already mentioned that blow-drying your curls is a no-go, but don’t throw out the blow-dryer quite yet. Instead, swap out your dryer head with a diffuser. Good Housekeeping explains that a diffuser can give you a more even curl pattern and added body. Who doesn’t want that? So, if you’re still attached to your blow-dryer you don’t have to burn that bridge without burning your ends.
We know it can be hard to trust products to take care of your curly hair’s delicate balance. At Hair Food, we believe in all-natural ingredients and remedies that work with your hair’s natural curls, not against them. Explore all of Hair Food’s curly hair products and show your locks some all-natural love.