Embracing your naturally wavy, curly, or coily hair comes with the added task of hair maintenance. Each curl pattern is distinct, with individuals possessing a variety of curl patterns. Finding out what works for each individual is a monumental undertaking in and of itself. It is possible to avoid many of the usual mistakes that individuals make during their transition journey in order to bring out the finest potential of your curls.
These are the top ten errors to avoid, which will help you battle frizz, breakage, and dryness in your hair.
North Coast Hair is a curl specialist salon in North Cornwall, close to the beautiful town of Padstow. The salon is owned by Rachel and her husband, they stock the Only Curls range which they use on all their curly clients.
She has undertaken specialist curl training and has decided to make it her mission to help her curly clients embrace their curls and waves.
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There have been many twists and turns through the rocky road of this pandemic. One unexpected positive for us has been the amount of people using lockdown as an opportunity to embrace their natural curls. With glossy salon blow dries out of the question, and with so many no longer needing to be dressed in office attire, it’s been a great opportunity for people to work on getting their natural curls back.
We reached out to some of our curly customers to ask them about their lockdown curly journey.
What’s co-washing, and why you should do it? All your co-wash questions answered...
Co-washing is short for 'conditioner washing', which means ditching the shampoo and washing your hair with a conditioning based product only. You may have people refer to this as the 'Curly Girl Method' or 'No Poo Method'.
The Muse Curls is a curl specialist salon in Northampton who use and stock Only Curls products. The salon was founded by Erica Liburd who began crafting kinky, coily, curly and wavy hair way back in 1995. She is vastly knowledgable about curls and now has a team of textured hair specialists.
"The first time I received a negative comment about my hair was at an interview for an office job. The director of the company asked me if I intended on keeping my hair curly if I was to be offered the job. He said my hair was a little ‘wild’ and might scare the clients. I told the director that I would most certainly be keeping my curls and that straightening it for the job would not be an option. I was so hurt that my hair was the director’s main concern rather than my capabilities as a potential employee."
To those returning to the office, we just wanted to send a reminder that curly hair IS professional. We know many of you embraced your curls over lockdown, so we just wanted to encourage you to wear those curls back into your workplace with pride.
If you look to social media or forums for inspiration on how to look after your curls, you might be a little confused with some of the terminology out there. We thought we'd put together a simple guide to help clear things up and help you understand curl terminology.
I wanted to provide an update from Only Curls as we have understandably been receiving a few questions as to how the current Covid-19 situation is affecting us. Currently, I’m happy to say we are still open for business and are shipping out all orders as usual.