Yes. When washing your hair, read the directions on your conditioner. If that is so a good solution, I have more. After defining your curls with hair milk or creams, do not touch them until the are dry.
HELP PLEASE My curls have some definition but it looks like a frizzy afro What can I do to tame it?
I recently stopped straightening it. I have been wearing it naturally for about a month in a half. I have been trying different products to help but I think my problem is in my routine. Any tips?
Here are some things you can do to make it less frizzy and more curly:1. Use sulfate-free shampoo.2. Use lots of conditioner and don't rinse it out all the way.3. Dry your hair with a t-shirt or a microfiber towel. I regular towel creates frizz.4. Apply defining creams or hair milk. I love Cantu Shea Butter leave in conditioning repair cream.5. Deep conditioning one a week or once every two weeks. I started following these five steps 3 months ago and my hair is much softer, shinier and healthier then it was before! And I have much less frizz.