Curl Series: How To Care for C-Pattern Curls

Curls! They always look so nice on women of any age. They can make your look very gentle, feminine, and super sexy at the same time. Remember celebrities such as Beyoncé, Shakira, Sarah Jessica Parker, Salma Hayek. All these ladies are nowadays associated with luxurious curly hair. However, you don’t even have to be a high-paid celebrity in order to provide your curly hair high-quality care. In this article we will talk about 2C-type of curls, so what are we waiting for? Let’s get started!



Did you know that all curls can be divided according to the degree of their curliness? 2A curly hair is slightly wavy hair that can be easily styled. Unfortunately, such hair isn’t voluminous at the roots usually. 2B curls are S-shaped curls that start to wave from the mid-length of the hair. Finally, 2C curls are really thick and voluminous. Each separate curl is very defined.

Now, how should you care about your 2C curls? We have several useful tips:

 1. Use a special comb for curly hair. A regular comb which can be bought in any supermarket can damage your hair and even tangle it more. Consult your hairstylist and let him help you with the choice.

 2. Shampoo and conditioner for wavy or curly hair is not a trick or a marketing gag. The structure of curls is very different from the structure of straight hair (each tiny curly hair has the elongated structure, just like an oval in cross-section), they are usually thinner and more brittle.

 3. Styling cream. Buy a leave-in styling cream for curls’ fixation (don’t buy styling foam or mousse - it is believed that these products are the least suitable for a curly structure). For curly hair, leave-in products can generally become an alternative to traditional styling: they do not make curls heavier, but smooth and shape them.

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