Curly Hair Regimen

1. Step One

Shampoo your hair with a sulphate free shampoo.
Remember that you won’t get much foam if any at all with a sulphate free shampoo so don’t panic.

Lather, Rinse and repeat, and if you feel you need to do it again, then do.

2. Step Two

Condition your hair. Make sure to use the right conditioner for your hair type and need.

Work the conditioner into your hair starting from the ends and working your way up to the roots, using your fingers to detangle your hair and the same time, ensuring that no curl is left untouched.

Rinse but not completely, just enough that you have removed the bulk of the conditioner but can still feel a little residue.  Squeeze out the moisture and wrap your hair in a microfiber towel or T-shirt.
Make sure you don’t use a terrycloth towel as it will remove too much moisture a ruffle the hair.

3. Step Three

Once your hair has been properly cleansed and treated, you can start to style the hair.  Always pre-treat your hair with a protective leave-in treatment such as Fanola Oro Therapy Argan Oil to add extra hydration and protection against free radicals.

Then apply a generous amount of product to your hair with either following:

Fine Hair:  use a light amount of Go Curl Mousse, let dry naturally or with a diffuser gently scrunching and aerating the roots without brushing out the curl.

Normal Hair: use a good amount of Go Curl Mousse and thoroughly massage through hair to ensure coverage.  Add Curl Control Defining Fluid to add extra bounce and hold without the weight. You can layer both products or use individually depending on the finish you would like to achieve.

Coarse Hair: Depending on the type of curl you wish to achieve you can use these products individually or layer a selection or all in your hair.
Use a good amount of Go Curl Mousse and thoroughly massage through hair to ensure coverage.  Add Curl Control Defining Fluid and Easy Curl Creme for a sculpted, and well defined curl.

Curl Tips:

  • When detangling your hair, always start from the ends and work your way up the hair and only with a wide tooth comb never a brush.  
    Hair is at its weakest when wet so never yank out the knots or you run the risk of breakage which will cause more rough texture and create further knots.
  • Never comb or brush your hair when it is dry, this will disturb the curl and cause it to frizz and fluff.
  • Always use a microfiber towel or old T-shirt to dry your hair and never rub.
  • Sleep with a soft cap or satin pillowcase to prevent hair from the nasty bed hair disaster in the morning.
  • You can also use the pineapple technique to sleep in or use the leg of an old tight to protect your curls while sleeping.
  • Trim your hair regularly, split ends never look pretty but they can cause your curls to look extra frizzy and encourage more knots.
  • Treat your hair to regular Mask treatments to hydrate and nourish the curls, the more TLC you give your curls, the better the curls will love you!

Using a Diffuser: