Articles By Susonnah Gonzalez

Susonnah Gonzalez

Hi! I'm Susonnah Gonzalez. I write, work and live in Austin, TX. I began my wavy hair journey in college, which is when I really began to explore the needs of wavy hair and the products that work best with it. Every day is different with my hair but every day I learn something new!

Lady lying down with her wavy hair spread out above her

If there’s a product I cannot live without, it’s hair oil. Personally, I’ve grown to love argan oil. I smooth it over my waves after scrunching and on the rare occasions when I do a blow out. But argan oil is just one of the many hair oils that are beneficial for wavy haired gals. Wavy hair can be very temperamental, so it’s important to make a distinction between the oils that are effective for waves and oils that are best left for curls. We can’t exactly share the same oils as our curly/kinky haired friends. Here are some of the best hair oils for waves, as well as individual uses.

1. Rose Oil

This luxurious oil can be used on its own or in a shampoo. It’s perfect for moisturizing the scalp, but also light enough to be used for wavy hair. The moisturizing properties of rose oil make it a great cure for brittle, dry hair and skin. Rose oil also reduces inflammation, so massage it into your scalp if you’re suffering from itchy, inflamed pores, dandruff, or psoriasis. The best part is that it actually smells like roses! Rose oil is commonly used in aromatherapy and is known for its calming effect. Add a few drops into your shampoo and breathe it in as you massage it into your scalp. The one drawback to using rose oil is that it can be pretty pricey. If you’re a DIY enthusiast, try making your own rose oil at home.

2. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is beneficial for all types of hair, but for textured hair especially. Some wavy girls swear by this method, so don’t knock it till you try it. Coconut oil has essential vitamins, such as Vitamin E, that help the hair retain its moisture. It’s a great natural alternative to store bought, expensive deep conditioners. You can find coconut oil at nearly every grocery store for very reasonable prices. Coconut oil has multiple uses in the kitchen and on the hair, so you will really get your money’s worth. Because of its naturally thick consistency, it’s not the best idea to use it as a styling agent. Instead, use it once a week as a deep conditioner.

  1. Scoop 3 tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil into a microwave safe bowl.
  2. Microwave on high for 30 seconds (varies by microwave, watch it carefully).
  3. Smooth the melted oil over the top of your head and ends (if you have an oily scalp, keep coconut oil away from the roots and focus instead on the ends).
  4. Comb through with a wide tooth comb and cover with a shower cap.
  5. Soak your hair in the oil for an hour (it will thicken as it cools) then rinse.

3. Almond Oil

Almonds are super foods that are not only beneficial for your body but your hair. Sweet almond oil has multiple uses – nail cuticle oil, massaging oil, hot oil treatment. I could go on and on, but I’ll let Curly Nikki do that for me. Her article on the uses for Sweet Almond Oil is very informative. Instead, I’ll focus on using almond oil for your waves. Because it is lightweight in nature it won’t weigh down wavy hair that’s already so prone to falling flat. Massaging a dab of almond oil into your scalp can increase shine, reduce hair loss, promote healthy follicles and strengthen hair strands. As I said — it’s a super food or in this case, a super oil. According to Curly Nikki, because almond oil is not as penetrating as coconut oil, it shouldn’t be used as your only moisturizer but as a sealant instead. After you spray on your leave-in conditioner, seal in the moisture with a light layer of almond oil.

4. Argan Oil

Argan oil made quite an impact on the textured hair community recently and thus it can be slightly expensive. However, it’s definitely worth every penny. Argan oil contains beneficial vitamins such as vitamin E and F and protects against UV rays. But perhaps my favorite thing about argan oil is its versatility. It works to fight frizz and increase shine in your daily regimen, but it can also smooth out your hair when it meets heat. Rub it on your ends before a blow out and watch your waves smooth out to be almost straight. If you don’t want to blow dry your hair, simply smooth it over your styled waves to prevent frizz.

How do you use oils to nourish your wavy hair?

Hair rinses have many purposes, they can soften, strengthen, cleanse or lighten hair depending on the ingredients.  Not everyone finds them necessary, but if your hair hasn’t been itself lately, try one of these hair rinses. All of these rinses are homemade, so you don’t have to break the bank to get the results you want.  If you’ve never done a hair rinse before, here are some tips for getting maximum results.

  1. Shampoo and condition your hair before your hair rinse
  2. Pour the hair rinse over your hair and catch it in a bowl so you can repeat
  3. Let the rinse sit in your hair for about a minute
  4. Rinse out your hair one last time with cold water

Now that you’ve got the basics down on how to do a hair rinse, following are some easy recipes you can make at home.

Read More: Use Hair Rinses When Going Shampoo-Free

For Thin, Weak Hair:

Are you shedding a little more than usual? Try a black tea hair rinse to thicken your hair and tighten your pores. The tannins found in caffeinated black tea are known to thicken the hair strands, giving you a fuller mane. Black tea also works to rid the pores of excess oils, which in turn makes your pores tighter and blocks dirt from entering. Cleaner hair equals stronger hair. For a black tea hair rinse, you will need:

  • 4 bags of Black Tea leaves
  • 5 cups of water

Bring the water to a boil. Take the water off the stove and pour it into a bowl. Steep the four bags of tea for about an hour. When the water is lukewarm, pour the tea over your hair, then tie your hair up and cover with a shower cap. After another hour, rinse out the tea with cool water.

Read More: Do a Hair Rinse With Apple Cider & Vinegar

For Product Build Up:

Having textured hair means having to maintain it with lots of products. Over time, the accumulation of these hair products can cause what we call “build-up.” You might have build-up if your hair is unusually dull, or if there’s an annoying residue on your scalp and hair. To remedy this, rinse your hair with an apple cider rinse. Simply combine the ingredients at room temperature and pour them over your hair in the shower. You will need:

  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of apple cider vinegar

Note: Do not use this rinse if you have colored hair. And don’t worry, the smell will go away once you rinse your hair and you’ll be left with nothing but shiny, product-free hair. If you don’t have apple cider vinegar on hand or if you don’t want to buy any, try this simple baking soda rinse.

  • 1 tablespoon of baking soda
  • 1 cup of water

You can increase the amount of rinse by doubling or tripling the recipe, but the basic idea is the same. Mix the ingredients and pour them over your head!

Read More: DIY Homemade Hair Rinses

For Softer Hair:

If you need a basic hair rinse to add to your regimen, the chamomile tea rinse might be your best bet. The chamomile is one of the best conditioning herbs out there, and it’s gentle enough to use on your hair once a week. All you need is:

  • 4 bags of chamomile tea
  • 4 cups of water

Boil the water and set aside in a bowl. Steep the tea bags for an hour and use when it has cooled to about room temperature. Pour it over your hair and massage into your strands, repeating about 3 times. Rinse out the tea after about 5 minutes, and towel dry.

All of these hair rinses are versatile. No matter which one you choose, all of them can be used for softer, shinier hair. If you have a hair rinse that you swear by, let us know!

So your curls, coils or waves have a favorite hair rinse? 

Read More: Lemongrass Hair Rinse Recipe




lady smiling with her curly hair spread out

Most curlies don’t brush their hair every day, much less detangle it. But detangling hair is an important part of hair care and it should be a part of every hair regimen. Here are some tips on how to detangle curly hair.

When Should I Detangle?

The frequency at which you should detangle your curls varies from texture to texture. Even within texture, it varies on your specific hair type. I am a 2A and I detangle my hair every other day in the shower. I rarely detangle my hair when it’s dry. A good rule of thumb is to detangle your hair on wash days.

So when should you wash? This depends on many things, such as what sort of climate you live in or how oily your scalp gets. In general, you should wash your hair at least once a week. That being said, you should also detangle your curls at least once a week.

How Should I Detangle?

Again, your detangling method depends on your texture and hair type. I detangle my hair using a little bit of conditioner and my fingers. It’s easy, simple and effective. Most curlies will agree that your fingers are the best tool you can use when detangling. Some general tips when it comes to detangling:

  • Detangle your hair when it’s wet or damp.
  • Use a dollop of conditioner to aid with the detangling process.
  • Use the pressure of the shower had to help push knots out and smooth out your curls.
  • Use a wide tooth comb or your fingers to comb through knots.
  • Begin combing at the bottom and work your way up.
  • Detangle damp hair by spraying leave-in conditioner or detangling spray.
  • If you decide to detangle dry hair, use oil to lubricate your curls and prevent breakage.

What Products Should I Use?

Leave-in conditioners and cream based conditioners are your best friends when it comes to detangling. Detangling your hair without them can cause breakage and lead to damaged hair. Here are some of the best products and tools for detangling:

Remember, if detangling hurts you, it’s probably hurting your curls. Be gentle and your curls will thank you!

What tools or products do you use to detangle your curls?

Let’s face it, our hair would be a mess without the tools we need to help care for it. Personally, my hair would look like a disheveled lion’s mane in the morning if I didn’t at least have a comb. If your hair isn’t quite looking the way you would like it to, it might be time to invest in these tools for wavy or curly hair.


Water temperature is probably not the first thing you think about when it comes to hair care. If you’re anything like me, you probably hop in the shower and blast that hot water because it feels so good! But after doing some research on the affects of hot and cold water on hair, you might want to think twice about which way you turn the dial.

We’ve got some of the pros and cons to using hot and cold water to help you decide.

Hot Water

PRO: Rinses Away Dirt and Oil

Hot water and steam naturally open the pores, which is great for exfoliating and removing the oil from your skin. If you have a very oily scalp, washing with hot water can be beneficial. Warm water allows the dirt and hair product that has accumulated on your scalp to escape the pores and be rinsed away. It’s especially important to cleanse your hair of all hair products for your next styling. Overall, warm water might be more beneficial in the cleansing part of your regimen.

CON: May Result in Overly Porous Hair

Although hot water opens up the pores and the cuticle of your hair shaft, rinsing your hair with hot water too often can leave the hair overly porous, causing it to be dry and brittle. Unfortunately, hot water seems to be a double edged sword. Just as hot water helps to rinse away the oil and dirt, it also strips your hair of its natural oils. The sebaceous glands in your skin produce natural oils called “sebum” that are essential for your hair’s health. Sebum gives the hair shine and strength, both of which are vital for beautiful hair.

CON: Causes Frizz

Heat causes frizz, and hot water is no exception. No matter what your hair type, the hair needs moisture to stay frizz free. Because hot water can strip the hair of natural oils, moisture escapes the hair shaft and results in frizz. If your hair is especially prone to frizz, you might want to turn off the hot water.

Cold Water

PRO: Seals the Moisture in Your Hair

Just the opposite of hot water, cold water closes the pores and prevents dirt from entering and accumulating on the scalp. Not only does it close the pores, but it closes the hair cuticle, sealing the moisture from the conditioner that you applied to your hair. Whereas hot water can remove the moisture from your hair, cold water retains the moisture and the natural sebum that’s so beneficial. Don’t forget, more moisture means fewer frizzes. Cold water retains your hair’s moisture, leaving your hair less prone to frizz.

PRO: Increases Shine

Sometimes stylists like to finish blow drying with a blast of cold air because it leaves the hair shiny. The same concept can be applied to a cold water rinse. Cold water is known to smooth hair by closing the scales of your hair cuticle, which in turn prevents frizz and adds luster to your locks.

CON: Flattens Hair

Because cold water leaves the hair smooth, it can also flatten your hair if you have a naturally thin texture. If your hair lacks in volume, or if you live in a particularly arid environment, rinsing your hair with cold water might result in flat hair and curls with no bounce.

What’s a Curly to Do?

All right, so what’s the verdict? Hot water is better for rinsing your hair of dirt and grease, but it dries the strands. Cold water, on the other hand, adds shine, seals the moisture in your hair and prevents frizz. The solution? CurlyNikki advises that you use both!

  • Cleanse, condition, and detangle your hair with WARM water, not hot. You don’t want to burn your skin and your scalp.
  • When you’re ready to rinse out the conditioner, turn the dial to COOL and run it over your hair for a final rinse.

If you’re one who absolutely cannot stand to use cold water in the shower, but feel that cold water is best for your hair, try using a shower cap during your warm daily showers. When it’s time to wash your hair, sit on the tub to wash your hair underneath the faucet of cold water. Your hair can still reap the benefits without you having to endure a cold shower.

Did you notice a difference? If you’ve tried rinsing with cold water we would love to hear about your results!


In continuation of NaturallyCurly’s holiday hair collection, I have provided yet another easy updo that you can rock at your next holiday event. This is a low updo, as contradicting as that sounds. You will still pull the hair up, but the bun is low and close to the nape of the neck. For this hairstyle, all you need is a brush, hair elastic, and preferably dry hair. This hairstyle is tough to do if you have short to medium length hair, and  works best with long wavy hair.

MORE: Curly Holiday Updos or Kinky Holiday Updos

End of Year Elegance

  1. Start by smoothing out your waves with a brush.
  2. Tie your hair into a low bun with a hair elastic. On the second loop around, don’t pull your hair all the way through. Only pull it halfway through to create a bun with hair hanging out.
  3. Right above the hair elastic, use your fingers to divide your hair into two to create a hole. The hole must be big enough for your bun to fit through.
  1. Push your bun through the hole, and then pull it through on the other side.
  2. You can leave it as such, and tease the hair hanging out or coat it with mousse to give it a good texture. Or if you want a more sleek look, you can secure the hair that is sticking out with a bobby pin.

This updo is more on the casual elegant side. However, you can always make it more elegant and sleek by working with wet hair and smoothing gel over it.

If you prefer the messy updo look, leave out the step in which you smooth it with a brush and instead scrunch your waves. Scrunch with hair product and then proceed to styling. Pull a few loose strands out here and there for an effortless look.

Want More?

Wavy hair is by far the most versatile of the curly clad! Why not experiment with all the styles you can get, for any occasion!

Final Thoughts

The great thing about this holiday hair style is that it is very simple and you can have fun with it and experiment with different looks. A nice holiday headband made out of ribbons, bows, or even bells can add a festive touch to it as well! Happy hairstyling!


This holiday season, NaturallyCurly wants to make your social life easier by giving you ideas for all sorts of cute, fun and unique holiday hair for your formal gatherings. We all have them: Christmas banquets, end of semester ceremonies, and countless holiday parties from friends and family. At your next party, try an updo that is perfect for wavy hair — the two-layered bun.

MORE: Curly Holiday Updos or Kinky Holiday Updos

Double the Bun, Double the Fun

  1. Start with wet or dry hair. If your hair is more on the 2b to 3 side, I recommend styling with wet hair to make sure your waves stay in place. If your hair is dry, mist with water and comb through so that the hair is smooth. Divide the hair into two layers, top and bottom.
  2. Secure the top half in a ponytail, and then twist that top half into a bun. The wetter your hair, the easier it will be to style.
  3. Take the bottom layer of hair and spray with hair spray or coat in mousse. Then twist it into a thin tail. Take that tail and twist it up and over the top bun.
  1. Wrap the bottom tail around the bun and secure it with a bobby pin. Spray the bun with hair spray to secure it for your holiday event and you’re set!

If you have a lot of hair hanging over the bun, you can tease it or scrunch the leftover to give it extra texture. For this particular style, I wouldn’t use any heavy products, such as cream, because this will weigh the bun down. Instead, try a light mousse or even hair spray.

If you don’t like your hair to be slicked back as I do, try pulling some strands of hair out from the front of your head. Coat these strands with hair product and twist with your fingers. They should look like holiday ribbons draping the sides of your face!

Want More?

Not just that holiday party that has your stressed, but your rushed winter mornings, too? Never fear, quick & easy hairstyles for hassle-free mornings is here!

Final Thoughts

For an extra kick to your holiday hair, try to make a hair piece out of holly and pin it to the side of your head. A bow at the bottom of your bun would also look very festive, and it will add an extra element to this simple updo.


This Thanksgiving, try making your own hair treatments with these easy Thanksgiving hair recipes. There are many benefits to using fresh fruits and vegetables to create your own hair treatments, and Thanksgiving is one of the best seasons for variety. Transform your usual Thanksgiving ingredients into moisturizing, beneficial hair treatments!


If you plan on attending a formal affair, you’re probably planning a big, fancy hairstyle will cost you time and money. Why pay big bucks on a hairstyle that you can get at home? You’ve already got one thing going for you: beautiful naturally curly hair. Now all you need is an idea for a quick and easy curly updos that you can rock at that formal affair.

Curly Half Updo

For this hairstyle, all you’ll need is a comb, hair spray, a hair clip and hair serum. It’s fantastically easy and elegant enough for your next formal event. Style your hair when it is already dry to make it easier to tease your hair.

  1. Divide your hair into two parts, top and bottom. They do not have to be equal, and I actually prefer more hair on the bottom than on the top.
  2. Use your comb to comb through the top portion of your hair. Comb it without combing through to your scalp. You want to smooth it out before you tease it.
  3. Using the comb, tease the top portion of your hair by combing it backwards. Once you have a nice bump, secure the top of your hair with a hair clip.
  4. Mist your bump with hairspray for a good hold that will last through your event.
  5. Type 2 (Wavy): For this style to look elegant, try to stay away from gels that will make your hair crunchy. Instead, use a light, foamy product that will dry quickly to mold your waves. Apply this product to the bottom of your hair and you’re good to go!
  6. Type 3 (Curly) Use a humidity-fighting product combined with a strong hold styler that will secure your curls for the night, and be sure to seal your bottom curls with a frizz-fighting serum.
  7. Type 4 (Kinky) Teasing can be damaging for kinky hair, so if you’re hesitant about teasing, simply tap your hair with the comb, as opposed to backward combing. Secure it with hairspray, and then seal your bottom curls with a good serum or your favorite hair butter.

Two Braid Quick-Do

Jessica Alba

This formal curly updo will only take about eight to ten minutes to complete, assuming of course that you have everything you need on hand. All you need are bobby pins and your favorite hair product and you’re good to go. If you’d like to add an extra elegant feature, insert flowers, feathers, or any favorite hair accessory into the side of your hair. You’ll have everyone thinking you went to a salon!

  1. Part your hair in two. Divide each side of your hair into one inch sections. You will have more or less sections depending on how thick your hair is.
  2. Take one section and twist your hair by simply twirling it with your fingers.
  3. Using the comb, tease the top portion of your hair by combing it backwards. Once you have a nice bump, secure the top of your hair with a hair clip.
  4. Grab three twists at a time and make braids out of each section. Grab your bobby pin and pin your braids down towards the bottom of your neck. Repeat for the other section.
  5. Type 2 (Wavy): Your hair might be harder to keep in twisted braids, so apply a good amount of mousse and hair spray to each twist before pinning your braids together.
  6. Type 3 (Curly): Your hair is likely to spring out of the braid, so do this style when your hair is wet, making sure to coat your braids in product.
  7. Type 4 (Kinky): Use a good moisturizer cream before braiding your hair so that your hair can remain frizz free during your formal affair.

Easy Elegant Mane

Anne Hathaway

This curly updo resembles a lion’s mane, but it’s not rugged by any means. All you will need is a head band (decorate yours with gems or flowers if you wish), bobby pins, a comb and your hair product. This style will take only 5 minutes to do, but it’s chic and stylish. The front part of your hair should be slick, and the back full of amazing texture.

  1. Place the headband on your head and note where the front ends and the back part of your hair begins. Take off the head band and pull the front part of your hair over your face. They should look like long bangs.
  2. You can style your hair when it's wet, but if it’s dry, simply rewet the front part of your hair. Comb it through to make sure it is nice and slick.
  3. Coat the front of your hair with gel, making sure to comb through so it is smooth.
  4. Slick the front part back so that your forehead is exposed, and use the headband to secure it back.
  5. Type 2 (Wavy): Now that the front part of your hair is slick, the back of it should be wavy. Enhance your waves by applying product, scrunching your hair, and then drying it with a quick blast of heat. Ruffle your hair with your fingers and you’re set!
  6. Type 3 (Curly): Apply curly cream to the back part of your hair (the part behind the hair band) and diffuse on low heat. Make sure you twist your hair with the diffuser to create excellent volume.
  7. Type 4 (Kinky): Try using bobby pins as well as a hair band to secure your curls. Use a comb and lightly pull your curls to get an awesome poof in the back. This will create a great combination of textures.

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Catch more quick & easy hairstyles for use with headbands and start putting your accessories to good use!



Diet and exercise aren’t the only paths to a thin appearance. Fashion and style are great ways to create the illusion of looking slimmer, and some curly hair styles can work wonders. Try a couple of these quick and easy styles to shed some pounds around the face and appear thinner! Experiment with caution, though; every face is different and will have different needs.

Voluminous Roots

Voluminous tresses can make your face look smaller, but beware! If your head is very round, you want to stay away from building too much volume around the face. It’s best to keep the volume at the top of your head so that your face is elongated.

  1. Wavy (Type 2): Use a good mousse or light cream to style your hair. Apply and scrunch your waves to your heart’s content. While your hair is still wet, apply root-lifting spray directly to your roots. Hold a hair dryer straight over your head, and blast your scalp with medium heat for no more than a minute. With your other hand, comb through your scalp with your fingers and ruffle the top of your hair to create volume. For maximum volume, you can try using a roller to lift the roots, however, a roller brush might disrupt your waves.
  2. Curly (Type 3): Use your favorite curl cream to style your hair. Try to stay away from a triangle shape hair-do by using the curling iron to create loose curls around your neck. Loose curls will make your hair look thinner. Apply root-lifting spray to your scalp. Using a diffuser, diffuse the top of your hair. Scoop your hair into the diffuser and twist it into the top of your head for ultimate lift.
  3. Kinky (Type 4): Apply styling agent to your hair and style. Be sure to apply a sealant and anti-frizz serum to the bottom of your hair as well. Try using hair rods or even crayons, and take different strands of hair from the top of your head and wrap them around the rods. Leave your hair in the rods as you complete your other morning tasks (make coffee, apply makeup, etc.). Once you’re done, unwrap the hair from the rods and seal with oil.

Messy Updo

A messy updo is as easy as pie because it does not need to be perfect. However, it is important to stick to these guidelines in order to execute a style that will make your face look thinner.

  1. DO NOT pull your hair tightly back. This will put the spotlight entirely on your face and will make your face look wider.
  2. DO NOT line up strands with your chin. This will give unwanted volume to the sides of your face. You do, however, want to have strands that fall below the chin or just above it. An updo is also a great way to elongate the neck.
  1. Wrap your hair into a bun, securing it with a chopstick or hair elastic. 
  2. Pull several strands out from your head, and twist them around your face. Hair that falls around the face, below the chin, gives the appearance of a longer face. Hair that falls above the chin will accentuate the cheekbones and make your face look thinner.
  3. Wavy (Type 2) Smooth hair product onto each strand and twist with your finger. Twist enough so that the strands fall either below or above the chin.
  4. Curly (Type 3) Try curling the strands with a curling iron, and be sure to apply product to the curls after they have been styled.
  5. Kinky (Type 4) Try twisting your hair strands with your fingers, and smooth hair butter onto the strands for a firm hold and to add moisture.

Long Layers & Wisps

Long layers of waves or curls are the best way to make your face appear thinner. Wisps also work great to highlight cheekbones and elongate the neck. Next time you go in for a haircut, consider adding layers or wisps if you wish to slim your face down.

If you don’t have time to make it to the salon, try styling your hair in a half ponytail, making sure to pull some strands out in front of the face. The half ponytail gives the illusion of two separate layers of hair.

However, you do not want to completely expose the sides of your face because this might make your face look wider. Instead, pull strands around your face that will work to accentuate the cheekbones (much like wisps would). If you want to avoid the half ponytail, try using bobby pins to pin strands of hair in different places. This will also create the illusion of layers.

Pixie Cut

When it comes to making the face look slimmer, the pixie cut is dangerous territory. If the pixie cut is too short, it could make your face appear wider. If you have a sharp jaw and high cheekbones, however, a short pixie cut, or even a big chop, could work wonders!

Removing hair from your head will make you look much thinner and will draw attention to your cheekbones. However, if you have a round face shape, you want to stay away from really short pixies. Instead, try a pixie cut with volume at the top of the head, which will elongate your face.  Once you have your pixie cut, styling is quick and effortless.

  1. Wavy (Type 2): Sweep bangs to the side so that they fall just slightly below the cheekbones, which will accent your jaw and cheekbones.
  2. Curly (Type 3): Spike it with thick, custard-like hair product to maintain firm hold.
  3. Kinky (Type 4): Try using gel, or a styling agent of your preference, to style the hair upwards. Or use pins to pin the hair upwards.


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