How to Keep Curly Hair moisturized!
(cont’d) of hydration, our hair has the same need. Oil does not moisturize…water (h2O) does. Oil can only help to seal in moisture that is already there. So, if your hair is dry, and you just slather on more natural oils, you’re only worsening the problem of dry hair. Too much oil can even contribute to breakage. To hydrate your curls: gently cleanse > rinse > then condition while your curls are still dripping wet, to infuse moisture. If you need to re-moisturize after a few days, take a spray bottle with water and mist/re-wet your hair. If you want to seal with an oil, use a light oil that won’t prevent water from penetrating when you refresh your hair, and will easily lift when cleansing.
If you are transitioning, have damaged curls, or more tightly coiled curls, you might find that a cream-based hair product gives you the moisture and hydration that you are looking for.A quality moisturizing creme will help protect hair against moisture loss, without feeling like it is sitting on top of your hair. Our Curl Supreme Styling Creme, is a rich, thick, whipped cream, that when used directly after our Untie the Knot Nourishing Leave-In Conditioner, slides onto your curly strands like slipping into a silk shirt! It really is that great of an experience. Curl Supreme combines the moisture retention benefits of lightweight oils and natural butters, while also helping to define curls with a light hold. Check out my results in the picture above.
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