Collection: Curly Hair Extensions

Curly hair refers to a hair texture characterized by tight, coiled, or spiral-shaped strands that form natural curls. It is known for its distinct pattern of ringlets or coils, which can vary in size and shape depending on the individual. Curly hair often has a lot of volume and body, giving it a full and textured appearance. It is the result of a unique structure within the hair follicle. The follicle shape causes the hair strand to grow in an oval or elliptical shape rather than straight. This results in the formation of curls as the hair grows out of the scalp. Curly hair can range from loose, wavy curls to tight, corkscrew curls. The texture can also vary from fine and delicate to thick and coarse. It tends to be more prone to dryness and frizz due to the shape of the hair strands, which makes it challenging for natural oils produced by the scalp to travel along the hair shaft. Hence, they require more extensive hair care products and a stiff routine.

How to Take Care of Your Curly & Wavy Hair

Curly and wavy hairs require special attention and care due to their tendency to be more prone to dryness and frizz. Follow these tips to keep your curls looking their best:

  1. Moisturize: Curly and wavy hair tends to be naturally dry, so it's crucial to provide it with adequate moisture. Use a hydrating shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for curly hair. Additionally, incorporate a deep conditioning treatment into your hair care routine once a week to nourish and moisturize your curls and waves.
  2. Avoid Heat Styling: Heat can cause damage and frizz to curly and wavy hair. Minimize the use of heat tools like flat irons and curling wands. Instead, embrace your natural curls/ waves and opt for air-drying or using diffusers when blow-drying.
  3. Detangle with Care: Curly and wavy hair is prone to tangles and knots. Use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers to gently detangle your hair while it's damp. Start from the ends and go all the way up to prevent breakage and damage.
  4. Preserve Your Curls: To maintain defined curls and waves, avoid excessive touching or brushing throughout the day. Consider sleeping on a satin pillowcase or using a silk scarf to protect your curls while you sleep.