Curly haired beauties know the struggles of managing a mane that luscious. What they may forget, though, as they spend dozens of minutes every day styling their curly locks is that many straight-haired sisters are extremely jealous of the volume, bounce, and natural look that comes with curly hair. So next time you swear to yourself that you are going to do something drastic to put an end to the curly madness, consider some of these Curly Hair Tips from Livingly.com. Here at Paul Labrecque Salon and Spa, we like to focus on one of our favorite tips: condition often. Before we dive extensively into that care tip, we’ll check out some other great mentions for our curly haired women.
“Keep in mind that curly hair requires more conditioning and shampooing,” says Paul Labrecque in the Livingly.com article, “when you’re in the shower, wet your hair daily to help with restyling and conditioning.”
Paul Labrecque is passionate about curly hair, which is why he has created an entire top-quality product line for curly hair. To stick with the conditioning tip, we recommend adding Paul Labrecque Curly Condition Milky Cream Conditioner to your hair care routine. Start with a small, 8 oz. bottle, or go big with the 32 oz product.
The Milky Cream Conditioner is a curl defining conditioner. It helps to hydrate and nourish the dry, thirsty curls. This formula includes macadamia nut oil and silk proteins and botanical extracts that protect the integrity of each strand of hair.
Top benefits of Milky Cream Conditioner:
Since Paul Labrecque’s Curly Condition Milky Cream Conditioner is sulfate free and paraben free, women can confidently use conditioner every day without harmful side effects. Plus, this product is proudly made in the USA and is not tested on animals. Let’s be honest; there are few animals with the right type of curly hair we need to make sure this product works - oh, and it’s totally inhumane to test products on animals. We would never do that!
Give your curls the love they deserve with these helpful tips from Paul Labrecque and Livingly.com.