Washing your hair every day can lead to damaged or brittle hair
because it strips your hair of natural oils that keep it healthy!
That being said, it’s still a good idea to make sure that your hair is clean and not overly greasy.
So what should you do?
Cut down to two wash days per week
Try Sulfate-Free Cleansers & Scalp Exfoliation
Sulfate-Free Cleansers: Sulfate-Free Cleansers, like our Curlfection One Step Cream Cleanser, maintain the natural oils in your hair. Shampoos containing sulfates will strip your hair of its natural oils, making the hair dry and brittle as well as increase oil on the scalp. If you wash your hair daily, look into switching to a sulfate-free cleanser to preserve the quality of your curls.
Scalp Exfoliation: Exfoliating your scalp will actually increase the blood flow to your scalp, bringing more vitamins and minerals to your hair follicles which will help your curls grow in healthy as can be. But, be sure you don’t over-exfoliate, as this can make the scalp panic and overproduce oils which will make your hair greasy.
Pair Curlfection’s Sulfate-Free Cleanser and Scalp Scrubber for the best results! You can purchase this bundle here!
Plan For The Next Day
In lieu of washing your hair every day, try using a refreshing mist like Ouidad’s Botanical Boost Curl Energizing & Refreshing Spray! It’s specially made to perk up curls WITHOUT weighing them down. It’s enhanced with Rose Hip, Centella, and Aloe.
It’s perfect to use for next-day rehydration and even helps detangle and protect your
curls from damage!
If You Have Color
If you have color in your hair, you
should not wash your hair everyday! Avoiding daily washes ensures the longest life for your color! Using cooler temperature water can decrease color loss, but we still
recommend as little washes as possible for the maximum color duration!
At Curl Evolution, we want you to have the healthiest curls possible.
If you have any questions, feel free to call us at (631) 422-4200 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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