Reduce Frizz for Curly Hair
Curly Hair Tips
My Hair Tricks
Curly Hair can be tricky and leave you looking frizzled if you don’t know what you are doing. Trust me, I didn’t develop curls in my hair until my 20s. Prior to that I had stick-straight hair – my mom attributes it to hormones. Learning how to work with my new hair left my cabinet filled with numerous hair care products.
Conditioner for Curly Hair
Leave a little conditioner in your hair or a good curl cream when your hair is still wet to help develop curls.
To help reduce frizz use a cotton t-shirt of microfiber towel. Using a regular towel creates friction when you dry your hair and increases frizz.
One tip I learned from a hair stylist – most curl creams are the same, it usually the person who doesn’t use it correctly. Remember it’s easier to work with curls when wet and before they develop! For more curly hair tips –
Follow @Life_with_Alopecia on Instagram for more curly hair tips for women with alopecia.
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Myself and my oldest sister…often mistaken for twins. So when my sister told me she felt her hair was thinning after 2 kids I put her on the @nhla_hairloss program with help from @hairloss_concierge. 9 months into the female hair recovery program I’d say we are keeping up our twinning look! Love ya sissy and happy to be the one giving advice! #Sisters #GeneticHairLoss #ItsInTheFam #FemaleHairLossProblems #CurlyHair