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How to Maintain Curly Weaves
Learning how to maintain curly weave hairstyles is important because it is easier to manage and maintain than most other types of hairstyles. This type of hairstyle is best for those who love the bouncy, sparkling look but are afraid of the frizzy look that it can take after being in the wind all day long. Curly weaves can be maintained easily by keeping a few tips in mind. With a little effort, anyone can maintain their own curly weave hairstyle.
Some women will simply not take the necessary precautions in taking care of their curly weave and leave their hair in a flat iron on the high heat setting. Even with a very short hair style, if your hair has been in the wind for an extended period of time, it is especially important to dry it properly and use the correct hair care products before styling. When you own a curly-haired hairstyle, you also have even more responsibility towards it if you were not born with it. You must wash and condition your hair every day in order to prevent the build-up of frizz and protect it from any damaging blow that could potentially split or rip your hair. It is also important to condition your hair after a hot iron styling session as well as after washing to restore its natural beauty and shine.
When styling your hair, make sure to comb it in the direction away from your head, using a wide-toothed comb to avoid snagging hair. To detangle your hair, use a wide-toothed comb, and take small sections of hair and wrap it into a towel while you comb it out. You should also avoid applying too much product on your hair. Hair dryers can break down the bonds between your tresses and cause hair damage, so keep the blow dryer away from your head. Towel drying is much better for your hair than blow drying, as it prevents frizzing and provides a soft, silky feel.
One of the best ways to maintain your weaves and prevent breaking or tearing is to properly align them. As stated earlier, this is often caused by your hairstylist, if she forces the alignment during a cutting session. You can avoid this by asking her for an adjustment or ask her to sew them at the edges. If she has already forced the alignment, she will most likely sew them by hand.
You can also prevent your weaves from fraying by regularly brushing and conditioning your hair. Apply mousse to your hair twice a week, once in the morning and once in the evening. This simple mousse helps seal the curl and provide extra hold. When washing your hair, use only gentle shampoo and never use any kind of heat appliances or scalpels, as this can permanently weaken the fibers of your curls.
Conditioning is one of the most important steps in keeping your curly locks shiny and healthy. The best hair conditioner for curly locks contains keratin proteins. Use products with small beads that contain keratin, as this promotes faster growth. Always condition on both ends, and be sure to apply after washing your hair. The best way to condition is in the shower, but if you don't have access to a shower, apply it by brushing your hair then massaging into wet hair. This gives your hair some conditioning time before you wash hair.