Diane Da Costa

Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Textured Tresses Author Diane Da Costa answers questions about transitioning, breakage and textured styles.
Curly Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Q&A: Diane Da Costa
he tight curl or coil is a very challenging texture. Actually, to create and keep the curly look requires a little more effort with styling. You should try the twist out or coily twist out to achieve a more semi-permanent curl pattern which last about two weeks.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly hair must be coiled with a comb right down to the base of the scalp
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Tight, curly hair should always be cut dry. Blow dry the hair out with a wide-tooth comb -- not completely straight -- and leave a little elasticity.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Anytime you can still maintain a deep wave pattern when wet, it is considered a texturizer -- a technique, which softens and elongates the natural wave for more manageability.
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
Curly Hair Q&A: Diane Da Costa
For a long-lasting style, try creating large two strand twist by applying gel or pomade and sectioning the hair into 2” sections, then twist. After the hair dries completely, separate the twist and finger comb the twist for more fullness. Always let your hands act as your comb- they work wonders.