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Hi.
Actually i have a curly hair. i like your tips.
thank u so much for this sharing.


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Use a small amount of moisturizing ingredien styling products, which make your hair curl, when your hair is still wet and soft finger style. Apply a mix of styles.
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Joico is great for naturally curly hair because it controlls frizz as well :) 

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make sure you have the right curler that will be best for you
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Curly hair need more care than straight hair. I have also curly hair... Thanks for starting this topic, here i got more information through posts for caring them...
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I had very curly hair and now it has become wavy. This does not look good because neither do i have curls nor do i have straight hair. But oiling your hair at least once a week with warm olive oil mixed with the inside content of a vitamin E tablet really helps. Then wrapping the head with hot towel helps the oil to penetrate the oil deep into the roots. Thank you for the informative post.
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Curly Hair, to care with shampoo wash regular with hot water. Dry with napkin. Use dry machine.
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I want curly hair, but do not know how to care, see this post flattered, thanksHeart
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Massage with oil and deep conditioning is the best for your hair, curly hair can easily lack of moisture and protein, be sure to keep enough of these in your hair! Coconut oil is beneficial to add water, and you sleep on satin.
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Thanks for the tips. All the tips are very helpful.
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Good tips. Thank you.  I think a lot of people don't understand the importance of keeping curly hair clean but not overly clean.
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Curly hair always demands good care & protection as it is prone to serious hair damages if not maintained properly. It can become dry, brittle and lose its natural shine and beauty than any other type if not cared in the proper way. Excessive shampooing can make it even more dry & frizzy as all the natural moisture and oils are depleted with frequently shampooing. It can be also lead to stripping and damaging cuticles. It is therefore recommended not to subject your hair to the process of shampooing more than two times a week. But cleaning off its dirt and oily accumulations once or twice a week is necessary to keep the hair healthy and clean. Since clean scalp is necessary for healthy hair, shampooing with good conditioner for regular intervals is important. Using a moisture rich leave-in conditioner along with shampooing is highly important for retaining the correct moisture level. You will get shampoo &  conditioners specially formulated for curly hair. For curly hair, do not use a narrow toothed comb as it can break the hair easily or make it frizzy.
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Try using a shampoo for naturally thick and curly hair. Comb conditioner through hair in the shower, Don't shampoo every day, Use styling products suited for your hair type, Use a curl creme, as these help to moisturize the hair.
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Hi..Its really very difficult to take care of curly hairs..I am hairs are also curly and facing the problem of roughness and dull..Thanks a lot for tips..I am going to try your tips..
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I have really curly hair and it definitely helped when I stopped washing it everyday.  I like to wear my hair straight but I try to use a blow dryer more than a straightener so it feels softer.
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I really curly hair, it will definitely help when I wash it everyday.Curly hair stop growing, you can use the shampoo is complete, use the one that suits your hair type, for example, if you have dry hair, do not use oil shampoo hair. Do not do hot oil treatment can make your hair feel softer.
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Wow grate tips really effective i have also a curly hair .. now i will do all these think . i don't know how to care my hair thanks for suggest me 
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Curly hair can be challenging, but it is great to have when you get the hang of how to care for it.

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Curly hair tends be dryer, more brittle and prone to frizzing, so it requires more care than straight hair. Limit shampooing your hair to no more than twice a week., shampooing strips your hair of its natural oils. Avoid playing with your hair or touching it as much as possible, the more friction that occurs on your hair will cause it to tangle and/or frizz. Use gel, mousse, and ouchless hair bands to tame and style hair. Avoid excessive use of heat tools and use oils such as jojoba. So you can get good result. Thanks for sharing.




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Avoid washing your hair every day. The natural oil that keeps the hair healthy and shiny and smooth. It is also worth re-spray your curls in the day if your curls are flat. After taking a bath, also want to use a conditioner to combat hair damage. However, using a heavy conditioner can make your curls so you might consider a light conditioner.

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