For young girls who love beauty, human hair are an essential item in their lives. Usually straight human hair and curly human hair are the most popular. We all know that straight hair is easy to manage, but curly hair takes a long time. Here are some tips to teach you how to make curls soft and smooth.
Choose a moisturizing shampoo
Because curly hair is easier to dry than straight hair, we need to choose a good moisturizing shampoo, wash 1-2 times a week, do not wash hair frequently, so that the moisture on the hair is easy to evaporate.
Use leave-in conditioner
A leave-in conditioner can provide much-needed moisturizing effect to your hair. Conditioner is usually only used for the ends of the hair, but if your hair is particularly dry, you can also use grapeseed oil or argan oil, or creams and conditioners specifically designed for curly hair, and deep care once a month.
Use a wide-tooth comb
Your curls are delicate, so the last thing you want to do is brush them. Use a wide-toothed comb when your hair is wet, and brush up from the ends if there are knots.
Naturally air-dried hair
Ordinary towels will produce too much friction, which can lead to frizz and breakage. The high temperature of the hair dryer will also cause moisture loss, so the best way is to let it dry naturally.
Defining curls with diffusers
Heat is not your hair’s friend, but sometimes you need a hair dryer. In this case, be sure to use a diffuser, which can define your curls and minimize frizz. Use heat protection sprays or essences to prevent your locks from being affected by high temperatures.
Sleeping on silk for your curls
Exchange your cotton pillowcase for a silk pillowcase. The soft material will reduce friction on the hair and will not absorb water like ordinary pillowcases. If you like to stand your hair up while you sleep, pile it up into a loose bun and fasten it with a hair loop, which will cause less damage than a hair band.
Heat hair easily
Heat can damage your hair. If you want your curls to be smoother rather than frizzy, control the temperature of your iron and dryer and use the lowest possible heat setting. Don't iron your hair when it's wet, and don't forget to spray heat protectant.