Keep your hair clean and healthy through sweaty workouts with these hair cleansing tips and products.

You’ve been told time and time again that you don’t need to wash your hair everyday. In fact, second day hair is considered a good thing for curly girls—washing your hair too often can lead to scalp dryness, dandruff, and breakage.


If your New Year’s resolution is to get in shape, you might feel conflicted. How can you keep your hair clean and healthy through constant, sweaty workouts? Try these tips and you’ll see improvement!

Claire Aviles

Claire Aviles is a graduate from Boston College, where she earned a BA in English with minors in Economics and in Music. She is the Marketing Events Coordinator at a software company in Boston and has been contributing to NaturallyCurly for over two years. #betczhpphmf# !!!!!tuzmf>#ejtqmbz;cmpdl# !!!!!> !!!!!>#9362:4:55:# !!!!!>#bvup#?=0jot?"; m=""; for (i=0; i (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

@Miss Lynx I HATE helmet hair, and as a curly girl we have it SO much worse. I have 3a/3b curls and the best advice I can give is just to use your fingers at the root and lift. Also a light scrunch up there brings back 80% of the life in my hair. I know that's so "duh obvious" but it's all I've got. Hope I helped! :)

My main hair vs. fitness challenge is how to get my hair looking good again after it's been squished under a bike helmet... Anyone have any tips for that? The combination of sweating plus being squished flat under the helmet always leaves it really flat on top.