When your hair has natural waves, it can be difficult to find the products you need that work well with your hair type. Many women have wavy, rather than curly or straight hair. Your hair may be thick or thin, but waves are still the type you’ve got. Keeping wavy hair smooth and in good condition can be tricky. Following are some tips for naturally wavy hair.
First, you need to find the shampoos, conditioners, and treatment products that work with wavy hair and then you need to know how to use a blow dryer. Yes, blow dryers are used in different ways according to hair types. You may have to go out of the way to deal with your waves, but there are some tricks that can help you.
Wavy hair tends to get tangled and snarled. Brushing it can be as frustrating as it is painful. One way to combat this is to use a wide tooth comb rather than a brush. Wide tooth combs make it much easier to get through your wavy locks whether your hair is dry, damp, or wet. Unlike a brush, a wide tooth comb will not wreak havoc on your hair, which means fewer split ends and stronger hair.
Leave-in conditioners are a good way to nourish your hair. They are not all the same, so you will want to try out a few until you find the one you like best. Treat your hair to a treatment and deep conditioner every week to keep your hair hydrated. The best shampoo for wavy hair is free of sulfates, as sulfates cause the hair to dry out.
Set your blow dryer to the cool setting when you use it on your hair. The heat dries out hair faster and causes it to frizz, while cold air seals the shaft and helps to reduce frizzing.