My curly hair routine

I wear my hair curly most of the time because nobody has time or money to be going to the salon all the time or blow drying this long hair lol. So I have mastered how to get my hair shiny, fluffy, curly, non scrunchy and oh so very voluminous.

Here is my step by step routine and the products I use.

  1. The night before I know I am going to wash my hair I begin by putting coconut oil all over my hair, then I detangle it and place it in a high bun and go to bed. Detangling hair when its dry actually prevents your hair from breaking or causing more fallouts. Whenever I forget to detangle before I wash my hair, I notice I get more fallout in the shower and when I detangle my hair when its wet, more hair comes out on my brush, yikes! Also, I use coconut oil because it has many benefits for your hair like: making your hair grow faster, moisturizing, and allows to detangle hair a lot easier. But lets be honest, I use coconut oil for pretty much everything. Check out my post on 10 ways to use coconut oil. It’s my holy grail. 035412_A
  2. Next morning, I am ready to wash my hair. My preferred shampoo for curly hair is L’Oreal EverCurl Hydracharge Shampoo. I love this shampoo because it is 100% sulfate free, paraben free, no harsh salts, and 100% vegan. Sulfate free is important, especially for curly haired girls because it is what prevents frizz, dryness, and loss of volume in our beautiful curls. It’s also important to have a sulfate free shampoo if you have colored treated hair because it will preserve the color more than a shampoo that contains sulfates. For many years, I used regular shampoos and never knew the difference until I colored my hair red and my hair stylist recommended me to switch to a sulfate free shampoo for my newly colored hair, and I swear I’ve seen a HUGE difference in the quality of my hair and curls ever since. I also use the same brand conditioner. After I shampoo just once (thats all you need) I leave the conditioner on for about 5 minutes while I wash my body, then I rinse it off. Lastly, to dry my hair I DO NOT towel dry my hair, the material of the towel causes curly hair to frizz. I use a regular cotton t shirt to pat dry my hair. 2255071
  3. Finally is styling time! After I remove any tangles from my hair I like to use Marc Anthony Strictly Curls Defining Lotion. Not the artist! lol. This is the best product I’ve used because it doesn’t make my curls hard or scrunchy. Instead, my curls are soft, shiny, defined with lots of volume. It adds moisture and eliminates frizz. I definitely recommend this product, its all I use on my hair. To apply it, I flip all my hair forward and with a good amount, I begin to scrunch the product into my hair (if that makes any sense) I am trying to bunch up my hair so it creates the curls I want. I do this about 2-3 times applying a bit more product each time. Then I use a diffuser to dry my hair and create gorgeous curls with lots of volume. I do this until my hair is almost completely dry. Then as I’m applying my makeup or getting ready, I usually place half of my hair in a half updo with a clip to add a bit more volume as my hair continues to dry. image40_english_header

And there you have it! Beautiful curls! It seems long, but the whole process takes me like 30 mins and I have long hair 😉

Let me know what’s your curly hair routine or your favorite curly hair products that you can’t live without. I’d love to know!

Thanks for reading! Until my next post ❤


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