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Lisa Price is well known in the curly community for the organic hair products she cooked up in her kitchen back in the 80's, and the great success she has had with her brand Carol's Daughter. We are very lucky to have her sharing her expertise on Curly Q&A this month, and below is a question we received from NaturallyCurly member Geedreamz. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to talk to Lisa by posting your questions on Curly Q&A!

Question:

My roots are curly and coily but the rest of my hair is wavy.

I've been trying to go natural. It's only been a couple of months since I had a texturizer. My roots are curled and they spring back but the rest of my hair is wavy when no heat is applied. Please let me know what I can do. Thanks a bunch! - Geedreamz

Answer:

Hello Geedreamz,

The right size to match your curl pattern is the biggest thing you'll need help with
- Lisa Price
You're definitely going to find this is your biggest struggle as you start to let your natural curl pattern grow in and your texturized hair grow out.  But, all you need is a good twist-out.  And luckily, there are now so many options to choose from!

If you're looking to create an even curl allover that's similar to your natural curl pattern, a two-strand twist-out is a great place to start.  If you're new to this style, I recommend not trying it yourself the first time around.  Work with a stylist that you trust to help teach you the best way to do a two-strand twist - the right size to match your curl pattern is the biggest thing you'll need help with.

Then, you can always try other ways of setting your hair curly - rods, straw-sets, Bantu knots...but that's a whole different bunch of advice. Enjoy exploring your new curly texture!


This post is sponsored by Carol's Daughter.

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