How To Fix Your Biggest Curly Hair Pet Peeves

Hair

Whether it's shrinkage, dryness, or something in between, we've all got curly hair pet peeves we'd like triumph over.

xoNecole has got you covered with top-notch solutions that assist with the most aggravating parts of being curly. Check them out below:


Dry and Brittle:

Nothing is worse than dry and brittle tresses that are prone to breakage. Remedy this issue by using the following tips:

Steam Treatments

HelloBeautiful.com

The moist heat from steam treatments hydrates hair by penetrating hair follicles. This process boosts the effects of deep conditioners and promotes hair growth.

Shrinkage.

If you're annoyed by shrinkage, here's your saving grace:

Design Essentials Natural Curl Stretching Cream

bylungi.com

This lightweight cream stretches curls while also moisturizing strands and reducing frizz. It is specifically designed with 4b and 4c girls in mind. An added plus is that this product is made with avocado oils and soy bean, which are great for your hair.

Definition:

Get your curls popping using these products:

 DevaCurl Heaven In Hair Intense Moisture Treatment

www.luckyvitamin.com

This moisturizing conditioner will give your curls an extra kick. Use it to tame frizz and dryness while also pumping up the texture of your hair. Heaven in Hair is specially designed for 3c Hair.

Maintaining Styles:

Maintain your styles longer with these simple products and techniques.

Curls Aloe & Blueberry Juice Curl Moisturizer

The Confident Mom Project

Revive 2nd-day curls with this organic moisturizer. This product is composed of pure aloe and blueberries and smells as good as it sounds. You'll like that it also promotes hair growth.

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