Shampoo for curly hair

The curly girl movement is making the lives or curly haired girls a whole lot easier. If you’re not a fan of keratin smoothing https://andrearosehairdesign.com.au/wp/bhave-keratin-smoothing-for-winter/ then the best way to manage curls is to brush as little as possible and have your hairdresser cut it dry without a comb, picking up each individual ringlet and using a twist cut technique to soften the edges and they create a beautiful silhouette. This means no nasty surprises after the client leaves the salon.

Shampoo for curly hair:

The best way to wash curly hair is with a 100 percent sulfate-free shampoo. Sodium lauryl sulfate, the key ingredient in most traditional shampoos, is both a salt and a detergent—an effective cleanser that’s too harsh for most curls.

My two favorites are Everescents moisture shampoo https://www.everescents.com.au/products/organic-cinnamon-patchouli-moisture-shampoo-conditioner/ best for thick coarse hair prone to dryness. For coloured hair, I recommend Maraes

For coloured hair, I recommend Maraes http://www.kaaral.com/en/hair-care-products/maraes-monoi-de-tahiti/color-nourishing-shampoo

The Monoi de Tahiti (meaning monoi oil derived from the Monoi plant, native to Tahiti) is a UV protector and moisturiser, also great for taking on holidays involving lots of swimming and sun.

I have a range of conditioners for curly hair too. Ask me in my salon or call for a free curly hair consultation to find out which treatments are best for your curls.

 

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