10 Golden Rules For Fabulous Curls

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 Keep your curls in tip top condition with these 10 must follow rules. 1) Never brush curly hair. Always detangle your curls when wet or with coconut oil. Use your fingers, a wide tooth comb or a tangle teezer to avoid breakage. 2) Wet hair can weigh curls down at the roots and leave you with a flat top. Use duck bill clips at the roots to give volume and lift. .  3) A good night time routine will help you achieve great 2nd or 3rd days. Loosely tie hair up in a pineapple on top of your head or try using a hair net....

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Cleansing Your Curls

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There has been a lot of press coverage on cleansing conditioners recently. Using a cleansing conditioner (or co washing) isn't a new thing in the curly world, curly girls all over the globe having been using this method to cleanse and hydrate their curls for a long time. Cleansing conditioners provide a gentler way of cleansing hair as opposed to the harsh drying effect of sulphate shampoos. Sulphates are used in dishwashing/laundry detergents as well as engine degreasers. They strip away the natural protective oils, leaving hair and the scalp parched.  Sulphates can cause irritation to the scalp leading to itching and...

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Goodbye Terry Towels

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Most curly girls know that terry towels are a problem for curls. If you don't then be sure to read on. Super absorbent terry towels are perfect for wrapping your body in after a bath or shower but are not so good for your hair. They draw out all the moisture and ruffle up the cuticles leaving you with a big frizzy mess. Moisture is the antidote for frizz so it's important to preserve as much of it as possible in your curls after washing. Bouclème's super soft Curl Towel is made of 46% organic cotton 46% bamboo and 8% elasthene. It reduces frizz,...

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