How do I get my curl pattern back after so many times of straightening it?

Hi I am 13 turning 14 and going to highschool. I have been straightening my hair for a good 3 years now and want to get my curl pattern back. I play sports and my hair always sweats out so I need my hair to be curly. I don't know what products to use or what to do to even start to try and get it back. Somebody please help or call/text me to give me specific instructions4044168074 my name is miniya

4 Answers

Switch to the curly girl method. Try to drop sulfates and silicones out of products, along with heat. In my family no one has curly hair this website helped me A TON. The curltalk tab on this site gives more detail on specific things to do, I would just take some time and research as much as you can. There's also a lot of YouTubers that can help. Curly Penny has a lot of helpful informational videos about curly hair.
If your hair won't curl after straightening it, you probably have heat damage. The only way to get your curls back is to grow your hair out and cut off the heat damage. Once curls are damaged there's not way to undamage them. To transition out of heat damage stop using heat completely meaning no flat irons, curly irons, or blow dryers. Focus only on the health of your hair. I'd recommend watching YouTube videos about transitioning out of heat damage, there are plenty of them and they could be very beneficial to you. I hope this helped.
If your hair won't curl after straightening it, you probably have heat damage. The only way to get your curls back is to grow your hair out and cut off the heat damage. Once curls are damaged there's not way to undamage them. To transition out of heat damage stop using heat completely meaning no flat irons, curly irons, or blow dryers. Focus only on the health of your hair. I'd recommend watching YouTube videos about transitioning out of heat damage, there are plenty of them and they could be very beneficial to you. I hope this helped.
It sucks a lot, but I don't think you can get your curls back 100%. The actual shape of your hair strands has been damaged. You need to stop heat styling, start using products good for your hair - try the Curly Girl method! - and let your hair grow. Keep getting the ends trimmed regularly until all the damaged hair as been cut off!Good luck!