I can't tell you how often girls with curls come in for a haircut, terrified I won't understand their unique problems. It IS different when you cut curly hair, but I love the science involved in doing it. For me, it's fun and creative to work on tresses with those lovely waves and curls. I've done lots of training that make me confident you'll walk out of my salon feeling you've been listened to, and I've heard and followed through.
I'm using some great products for curly hair, and I'd love if you'd come in a give them a try. The product line I use is DevaCurl.
They're all are 100% sulfate, silicone and paraben free, but that's not the end of these fabulous products. There are wonderful hydrating cleansers and conditioners, and easy styling helps for wet or dry curls. You're going to discover a new world of options for your curls!
WHAT IT IS:
A zero-lather hair and scalp cleanser for curly and African-American hair
WHAT IT DOES:
Cleanses and hydrates the hair without the use of sulfates
Grape-seed oil (cleanses and conditions); balm mint extract and hops extract (strengthen and condition)
HOW IT FEELS/SMELLS/LOOKS:
This no-lather gel has a minty-floral scent; peppermint oil gives the shampoo a tingly effect.
WHY I love it! Too much shampooing can leave curly hair a dry, frizzy mess. But this mild wash gently cleanses without stripping and leaves hair soft. Plus, the refreshing rose-and-peppermint scent is great.
Couple of tips for curly hair
Don't be cruel to your curls by towel drying with a towel! Use a tee shirt and see the difference!
Model of the month
If so, please know you're entitled to $10 off your next treatment! Each month I'll be photographing my work, and there'll be a random choice featured here! So keep your eyes open and watch for yourself!
See you next month. ☺