top of page

Locking In Moisture

Let's face it, dry ends are never ending.

As we begin to merge into the start of spring you might think, "Maybe those dry ends will go away since winter is gone". Sadly, that's not going to fix the issue.

I'm going to let you in on my secrets.

The first and most important thing to keep in mind is just knowing what your hair needs to keep your curls moisturized year round.

Try a intensive leave-in conditioner.

This will further help with locking in moisture and continue to hydrate the hair.

Guess what?

(The ohcurl 3/1 cream can be used as your perfect leave-in)

After combing through your hair in the shower, you can either rinse out and re-apply the cream or you can leave it in without rinsing.

I like to rinse and re-apply on soaking wet hair to let my curls soak up the product and water. I'll scrunch it in to really define my curls.

Always be careful when using a leave in conditioner because if you overload on product it often does the opposite of what you want it to do. Rich creams can weigh down your hair and make your curls look greasy or undefined. Avoid applying to your roots as it can cause itching and dandruff.

(Product should always be applied from the middle to your ends).

Start with a little cream and slowly work in more. If you want to refresh the conditioner or cream in the morning you can use a spray bottle and lightly wet your hair. Scrunching your curls will help reactivate the cream.

You can get more helpful tips from my ‘Curly Diary’ on where I post tips to help you get the most out of your curls.



bottom of page