Kelly from Guilford asked: “I used to have curly healthy hair. While the sleek look was in, I was obsessed with straightening it. Now my natural curl looks flat and my curls are dead. How can I bring my curls back to life?”
Reviving natural curls require a committment. It won’t happen overnight and you need to be okay with that. Be ready for a breakup with your flat iron, gel, mousse, or anything else that is alcohol based. Cut it out, LITERALLY! All of the dead from your ends MUST go or they will travel upward. Your new BFF’s will be a wide-toothed comb, microfiber towel, cleansing creams, and a satin pillow case. Limit your washing to once per week, and use a dry shampoo when needed. Get familiar with steam treatments to speed the rehab process. Expect to invest the next year in this project. A curly hair specialist should be your go-to.
One very important step you’ll have to take is assessing the products you’re currently using to wash and style your hair with. Are you over-using Keratin (protein) based products? Is your hair getting enough moisture?
Our Eufora products can re-vamp your hair!
~ Curl’n by Eufora features several products to help revitalize those curls. Start with our Cleansing Cream (a unique non-lathering conditioning cleanser) and end your routine with our Curl’n Nourishing Treatment ( an intense nourishing treatment for dry and damaged curls and waves).
~ For more severly damaged hair due to high/excess amounts of heat, our Eufora Beautifying Elixirs may be a better direction to begin in. The Moisture Intense shampoo and conditioner feature organic sage and thyme which soothes the scalp, prevents sebum clogging, nourishes the hair follicle, improves weak & brittle hair and promotes healthy hair growth. Not to mention Eufora’s Damage Cure Complex which repairs the inner structure and outer cuticle layer of the hair. It penetrates deep into the hair shaft to increase strength, prevent breakage, and restore moisture as well as important nutrients. It overall improves the health of the scalp and hair follicle promoting healthy hair growth. And let’s not forgt how it protects the integrity of the hair fiber and cortex from future damage.