Curly Emmi provides her keys to success.
We all know how annoying it is when you wake up the morning after you take a shower to find that your hair has gotten tangly and frizzy overnight. So, here are some tips that might help.
- First, shampoo and condition your hair I also recommend to rinse your hair under cold water for a few minutes after you put in your conditioner. This keeps your hair flat and shiny.).
- After you get out of the tub, comb out your hair with a wide-toothed comb.
- I find it works best not to put in leave-in conditioners, mousse, or other similar products in. As I have found out, all these do is make your hair less soft and shiny, surprisingly enough. I have also found out that by putting in leave in conditioners and all that stuff that my hair gets tangled more easily.
- Once your hair is untangled and somewhat dry (but still a little moist) put it up in a loose bun with a hair band. The bun will keep it from getting twisted and tangled while you sleep, because we all move around a little. The bun will also trap some moisture, so when you take the hair band out in the morning, it will still be a little wet. And you get good curl formation.
If you have any questions, email me.
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