Because cutting curls is not the same as straight hair, we are bringing you a COMPLETElist of the BEST UK Curly Hair Salons. From Liverpool to Cardiff and Edinburgh to Brighton, we have them all.
For a complete list of curly hair salons inLondon, don’t forget to visit our ever-popular list ofLONDON’S BEST CURLY HAIR SALONS.
After all, it can’t hurt to consult with a professional even it’s just to get some advice about hair type, products specific to your child’s hair texture andhow to keep it moisturised, how often you should wash it, what products work and what doesn’t…
So give them a call today and make an appointment. And do let me know if I’ve missed any! This list is only as good as you, my readers comments!
Spring is in the Hair, 18 Caroline Street, Birmingham, West Midlands B3 1TR.
If you’ve got curls, coils or waves, then Matthew James is your go-to stylist!
Matt specialises in cutting, styling and caring for naturally curly hair.
In fact, he loves curls so much he focusses solely on cutting and styling textured tresses – the first stylist to do this in the UK.
Matthew is committed to giving his customers the best experience possible and will always start every appointment with a thorough consultation. If you love colour ask Matthew about the bespoke, curl-by-curl colour service to really make your curls pop!
Curl specific products are used in the salon to cleanse, hydrate and style – so no need to worry about harsh sulphates stripping your curls or silicones sealing out moisture!
Klassic Koncept, 9 Lower Severn Street, Birmingham B1 1PU
At Klassic Koncept we are very happy dealing with all types of afro, natural and mixed race hair and have a wealth of personal experience and expertise to pass on to you.
Mixed race hair in particular and curly hair in general can vary in curl pattern and texture all over the head. Hair at the nape maybe very different from hair at the crown. What is required is attention to detail and careful analysis as the various areas of the hair will need to be treated and conditioned in different ways. We are confident that how we work with your hair will allow you to manage it and wear it with pride.
Whether you want to “Embrace your bounce”, straighten or colour we can guide you in the right direction. We won’t be judgemental about whether you want to be curly or straight – it’s your hair and a beautiful accessory, not a political statement. We also don’t get too hung up on curl types, it makes no sense when the hair varies from one area to the next. It’s sometimes useful as a general description but serves no purpose in the actual decision with what to do with your hair. Far more important is the texture and with mixed race hair a common error is that often density is taken for coarseness, when in fact the exact opposite is true. Each head of hair is individual and what works for one may not work for another.
Kinson by Kizzy, Shaftesbury House,Unit 5 20 Tylney Rd, Bromley, BR1 2RL
We offer Dry Curl by Curl Cuts, Wedding Hair, Colour & Treatments.I will cut your hair dry which will be followed by a relaxing shampoo, condition and curly diffuse blow dry.I will then finish off defining and shaping your hair to the preferred style.I will give you advice throughout your appointment to ensure you get the best out of your beautiful curls post cut!
Stone Hairdressing,3 Marlowe Avenue, Canterbury, CT1 2QN
Perfect curls are our absolute fave…but achieving them can be much harder than it looks!
Whether it’s getting your hair permed, learning how to style your natural curls, or finding outthe best techniques and products to use on your curly locks – we’ve got you covered at stone hairdressing salons in Canterbury & Kings Hill.
If you have curly hair and are struggling to find a hairdresser who understands how to cut it, come and see our Premium Consultant, Leah, in our Canterbury salon. Leah has 30 years experience and as you can see has curly hair herself (pictured below).
We will talk you through the best hair products for curly hair, daily maintenance and give some top tips for getting the best out of your curls. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram for all the latest hair makeovers and salon news!
Joe does Curl, please contact Joe firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe, formerly at 90° degrees hairdressers in Brighton, has been specialising in curly hair for over 20 years. He is now able to offer his services to curly haired clients on a freelance basis from his home in central Brighton.
Nuala Morey Hair and Beauty, 178 Gloucester Rd,Bishopston,Bristol,BS7 8NU
Need help with your curly hair? Here at Nuala Hair Studio, Bristol’s best hair salon, we love cutting, styling and colouring curly hair. Whether your curls are fine, medium or thick we are here to help. We understand that your hair has different needs to straighter hair. We understand that the shape is very important to you, the texture is doing what you want, and we will listen and guide you through style, maintenance and home care. We can offer excellent curly hair advice using specialist hair products that will work for you. We love to give you great tips on how to get the best out of your curl using good techniques that aren’t difficult!
House of Hinton, 426 Cowbridge Rd E, Cardiff CF5 1JN
Cardiff hair salon and stylist Curl by curl haircut. This is for you real curly girls who want to embrace the natural texture. The hair is first cut dry in its natural curl it is then cleansed conditioned styled and then personalized curly haircuts.
Cyrl Cymru, 3 Alexandra Road, Aberystwyth, SY23 1LE
Richards Curl Journey began when a client introduced him to the British Curlies forum. Here he found a community that shared tips and techniques to care for and get the best out of their curls, as well as discussing how hard it is to find a hairdresser who understands their hair and is able to cut Curly hair. Richard realised a large group of people were being overlooked in the hair industry because of their hair type. He became frustrated by the lack of training that is available for Curly hair. Wanting to be able to cater for all hair types Richard was so pleased to find Mathew James, from Spring Salon in Birmingham, who was offering training on cutting Curly hair, so he jumped at the chance to attend. On the course Richard learnt so much and felt so inspired. He carried on his learning at home by reading and researching as much as he could about Curly Hair. Richard is now able to cut and style Curly hair and provide tips and advice on how to look after and style all types of Curly hair.
Curl Love, Azzini Hair 3 high street, Botley, Hampshire, SO302EA
The only Devacurl trained and accredited hairdresser in Hampshire and one of the first Lorraine Massey Certified hairdressers in the country!From ‘curl coaching’ to colour to intensive hydration treatment, Curl Love has great reviews and it’s easy to book an online appointment.All products used during your curly cut with me are 100% Curly Girl Friendly, currently I exclusively use CurlyWorld by Lorraine Massey- The creator of the curly girl method!
The Kurl Salon,31 Hildens Dr, Reading RG31 5HY, UK
The Kurl Salon is the first curl specialising salon in Reading trained in CurlbyCurl technique, we also specialise in colour offering you a wide range of styling services and products to give you the look you want. Not only do we cater for naturally curly hair, weprovide services for all hair types. Whether you are looking for a new colour, follow the Curly Girl Method or wanting a simple bouncy blowdry – we have you covered!
Trepadora Curl Therapy,BATH ROAD, LITTLEWICK GREEN,MAIDENHEAD,SL6 3QR
At Trepadora, our salon services are exclusively for naturally curly hair*.Your stylist will give you a full consultation to discuss your curls and lifestyle needs. Our cutting technique is the dry cut method to ensure you get the best shape for your curls. When booking a full Curl Cut & Style experience you will leave with full knowledge and product advice tailored to you and your curls.
*If you occasionally straighten your hair this cut will not be appropriate for you.
The Curl Consultant, Call 01392 686356 to book an appointment with Claire.
I have been in the hair industry for over 20 years, and had a client base of curls, having curly hair myself, understanding the struggles with curls.
Always wanting to learn, researched and embarked on trying at the DEVACURL academy in NYC in 2016.
2018 I had the opportunity to train with Lorraine Massey,( the author of Curly Girl the handbook) one of the first Educational classes in the UK. This was a opportunity to go back to the start, way before Devacurl and train with Lorraine who was one of the co-founders of Devacurl.
CURLbyCURL™ certified by Lorraine Massey, Devacurl trained specialist, the only hairstylist in South West England with these qualification, specialising in cutting and colouring curly hair using the unique colouring Pintura technique, completing this by travelling to New York City in the summer of 2016.
Researching and continual development in my career and passion, I am currently studying with the Curly Hair Artisitry, developed by Scott Musgrove.I’m highly qualified in hairdressing and have an educational background with educational qualifications too.I’m based in The Hair Boutique, Exeter , South West England.
Always begin with a thorough consultation. This is Key to any type of hairdressing.I want to know about you and your curls and your routines. I listen to you, offer professional advice but also, listen to your needs, and your advice too as the curls are yours and you live with them!A bespoke service.I adapt my skills to suit your hair.I cut hair dry, cutting curl by curl, with no comb, only scissors, no thinning scissors are used.
David & David Hair Salon, 21 Mayflower St, Plymouth PL1 1QJ
Do you suffer from curly hair that’s dry, damaged,frizzy, or uncontrollable? Do you find yourself not knowing how to self-care for your curls so straighten it until it’s damaged beyond repair?Well you’ve done the most important bit; finding a hair stylist experienced with curly hair in Plymouth! Not all hair dressers were created equal, so if you’re looking for a stylist skilled in cutting curly hair make sure that you trust that they understand curly hair first (as all our talented stylists do here at David & David).
Blew Belle Sarah Curl Specialist, Gloweth, Truro, Cornwall, Call 07934 048771
In July 2018 I was very fortunate to secure a space on Lorraine Massey’s first training course in the UK which was absolutely fantastic. Learning masses, meeting fellow Curly Stylists and becoming one of Lorraine’s first certified CURLbyCURL™️ stylists in the UK. I am very proud to have been the first stylist in Cornwall to have completed this training.
Vicky, Queen of Curls, McCrory Hair,340 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9NG
If you have got curly hair you’ll understand. Curly hair needs to be treated differently and with #Vickyqueenofcurls(google it!) you’ll find a stylist that is an expert in the personal nature of curly hair. Of course, every client’s hair is different, but this is especially relevant when it comes to curly hair.
Our Curly Hair Service, in our Manchester salon is part consultation, part dry cut and part aftercare advice. #Vickyqueenofcurls comes highly recommended and is Manchester’s foremost expert in the intricacies of Curly Hair Treatments.
Brave Curls Scotland, 20 High Street, Monifieth, Dundee, DD5 4AE, United Kingdom
Trained & Certified by Lorraine Massey in the curl by curl cutting method,cutting natural curly hair dry following how the the curls fall naturally.cleansing ,conditioning & styling using all curl friendly hair products. naturally curly hair specialist Scotland . curly hair salon situated in Monifieth.
Belle and Blackley,205 Hope Street,Glasgow,G2 2UP
You’d be amazed how often clients with naturally curly hair have come to us in despair of ever finding someone who can deal with their hair type. The level of bounce and the texture of naturally curly hair can throw a few curve-balls at you!
However, we LOVE curly hair and all its challenges. In fact if you know what you’re doing it’s not so much of a challenge.
Scott – our resident curl expert says : ” With curls you have to take into account that the overall shape of the style may change depending on how curly the hair is on that particular day and also that the client might want to also wear their hair straight so you still need precision cutting – I often cut curly hair dry, so I can see the shape that I want to end with – then I get the hair cleansed and treated and go for the detail of the cut.”
Faye Lawless, 122 South Road | Waterloo | Liverpool
Faye Lawless Hair are the curly hair experts.Frustrated curlies fear no more. We are here to help you manage and celebrate your curls.We offer the complete curly hair care experience from cutting curly hair in the right way, colouring, curl smoothing and the all important home styling and after care advice.
Mojo Hair Design,69 Heaton Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE6 5HH
Our out of town hair studio in Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne is a place of creativity and style, and possibly the friendliest professional hair salon in Newcastle. We are confident that you will find no where better for your personal and professional hair design solutions for men and women young and old; hair styled, hair cut, hair up, hair perm, hair straight, hair curly, dry cut, blow dry, roots or hair colour, coffee or tea, at your hairdressers Newcastle.
The Curl Clinic, 124 Leanwood Road, Leeds, LS7 2AQ
“My name is Kimberley and I am the owner and founder of The Curl Clinic Salon and Spa. We specialise in naturally curly and textured hair. Having curly hair myself, I have always noticed the lack of hair salons available that can cut and style my curls whilst understanding the importance of products and maintenance. Our advanced Deva Curl Trained Stylists are dedicated to restoring and embracing your naturally curly, wavy, kinky, or oily hair. Our personalised services offer you hand crafted expertise, tailored to your individual hair. Here at The Curl Clinic our mission is to help encourage you to see and feel the unique beauty of your naturally curly hair.”
Jon Kinsey Salon, 259 Harrogate Road, Leeds, LS17 6PA
Our style team are chosen for their expertise, passion and creativity. Hair is as individual as our fingerprints, and we know it is important that you get the cut and colour that enhances your style. Our ladies’ and gentlemen’s hairdressing services are tailored individually to give you beautiful, natural and manageable hair every day.
Vikki Mackinder, @Girl on Curl, 138 Chatsworth road, S402AR
Come and visit me if your hair needs some tender loving curls.
I work with clients who have a natural wave to curly hair to get the best shape for them without making weird triangle shapes and wedges! I follow the curly girl method written by Lorraine Massey.
Made Hair and Beauty, 294-296 Glossop Road,Sheffield,S10 2HS
We are proud to say that we are rapidly becoming the curly hair specialists of the north, with clients that travel far and wide to visit it us.Our main aim is that you enjoy your experience our relaxed, but professional approach to hair and beauty.Lead by multi award winning, and Avlon educator, Serena Giscombe, the Made family are approachable, empathetic and knowledgeable.
The Cutting and Colour Room, 36 Sunbridge Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 2AA
Every client of “The Cutting & Colour Room” is a real life testament to our professional craft of cutting, shaping, and styling hair in way that reveals our clients natural good looks.Curly, thick locks, or fine and straight – “The Cutting & Colour Room” has the creative talent and exceptional skills to help you look amazing.
Kate Preston Hair,70 Arundel Drive,Fareham,Hampshire,PO16 7NU
We know what it’s like to struggle for YEARS with curls until you learn how to embrace them and look after them. That is why at Kate Preston Hair in Fareham (Hampshire) we made it a priority to become Curly Hair Cutting Specialists.
We understand curly hair has special needs and it takes a special skill to cut it well. You must know how to look after your curls. So many people just don’t have a clue how to manage them well and are left struggling with their hair!
If you want to trade your frizzy unmanageable curls for drop dead gorgeous sexy curls then Kate Preston Hair and Beauty in Fareham is the place to come.
Curl Confidence,SUITE 2,1 BELLSTONE COURT,SHREWSBURY,SY1 1JB
“I’m Nikki Sampson and my passion is to help other curly ladies embrace their natural curls. For many years I was never happy with my curly, frizzy hair , apart from the 1980s when even I had perms! I was always on the lookout for the miracle product that would change my relationship with my hair. Unfortunately the hairdressing industry as a whole treats curls as if they are the same as straight hair. There is virtually no specialist training available and many products which are marketed at curly hair are a big let down and a waste of money. I had to travel many miles to find a hairdresser who understood curls and didn’t want to straighten them or fluff them up.
This inspired me at the grand age of 51 to takethe plunge to goto college and train in hairdressing so that I could then go on to specialise and help curly ladies rediscover and love their curls. I spent six months travelling to London one day a week to work for and learn fromcurl specialist Lindsey Hughes, before completing an advanced level 2 DevaCurl course in New York last November.”
Hair Studio Curl Bar, 32 Lackagh Park, Dungiven,Londonderry, Bt474nd
Specializing in Curly Hair , Hair Extensions Handpainting balayage techniques & Make up. “A curly cut experience, will show you your true curl potential. I also will guide you on how to maintain and look after your Curls.”
*Disclaimer: I haven’t tried each and every one of these UK curly hair salons but I have done my research looking for good reviews and recommendations from fellow curlies. Leave your comments below if you’ve tried any of these and what your experience was like.
What is the Rezo cut? ›
The Rezo Cut (officially known as the “RëZOcut”), is a curly hair cutting technique intended to optimize the volume, texture, and shine of curly hair. The goal of the Rezo Cut is to maintain both length and volume.What is a Deva haircut? ›
DEFINITION: The DevaCut is a unique haircut which focuses on either sculpting each curl cutting in at an angle so the curl pattern is not disrupted or utilizing the Deva Signature Waterfall cutting technique, a structured method of cut as well as Marie's intuitive skills ( curl by curl) to cut the hair.Is curly hair in for 2022? ›
Over the past few years, women have embraced their texture more than ever, and that won't be slowing down. In fact, 3D curls are set to be one of 2022's biggest hair trends.How often should mixed race hair be washed? ›
2. Keep it clean. So how and how often do you wash mixed race hair? We would generally suggest that you wash around once a week or a little more often during the summer months or if the person or child does physical activity often.Should you cut curly hair wet or dry? ›
Cut hair when it is dry! It is best to cut curly hair in its natural and dry state. Cut curly hair after it has been washed, dried and detangled. Cut curly hair down the middle for an even and balanced haircut.Should curly hair be cut differently? ›
Curly hair is very different from other hair types and needs to be cut and treated differently than non-textured hair. From the way layers are cut, the angle of the shears, specialized techniques and determining where curls are cut are key factors which need to be performed for specific types of wavy and curly hair.Should curly hair be cut short? ›
"Curly hair looks best when it's shoulder length or longer, and with a few layers cut in to keep it from looking bottom-heavy or boxy," says hairstylist Garren of the Garren New York salon.What is a curly girl cut? ›
By cutting the hair dry, in its natural state, specialist stylists who are adept at cutting curls (like us) are able to cut the curls where they naturally sit, and thus create a beautiful shape. This has become known in the USA as the 'Deva Cut' and is beginning to be a known term here in the UK too.How often should curly hair be cut? ›
On average, curls should be trimmed every 6-8 weeks. You know it's time for a trim, when curls begin to knot easily.Are curly cuts worth it? ›
Most curly cuts range between $95-$165, depending on the location and prestige of the salon. While these prices might be unreasonable to someone who isn't used to going to curly hair salons, the cuts are worth it. When you get a curly cut, it's likely you won't have to visit the salon again for at least six months.
Does curly hair look older? ›
Women with curly, textured hair tend to look younger than straight-haired counterparts as they age. Because of the natural volume that comes with having curly hair, thinning is less noticeable.What is the new hair trend for 2022? ›
“The shag— or super layered hair cut— is the trend,” says Saviano. “It works on almost every hair texture and length, and you can even style this look with or without bangs. It gives off a cool, low maintenance vibe, and truly brings out the best of natural hair texture, as the layered cut gives the hair movement.”What is the latest hair style for 2022? ›
- This Red Hair Trend for 2022. ...
- Platinum Blonde for 2022. ...
- Dressed-Up Ponytails for 2022. ...
- This Pixie Cut Trend. ...
- Strawberry highlights in 2022. ...
- This Modern Shag in 2022. ...
- Mid-Length Bob Haircuts for 2022. ...
- Bobs With Center Parts for 2022.
- Horizontal Parting or Ladder Part. The Horizontal Parting is a stylist's favorite. ...
- Zigzag part. If you are not into flipping your hair throughout the day, the zigzag part is a perfect option to keep your curls in place. ...
- Half Middle Part. ...
- Deep Diagonal Part.
The curl type system focuses on 3 types - wavy, curly and coily, which are then broken down in 3 further sub types that are determined by the shape and diameter of your curl.Which cut is best for frizzy curly hair? ›
What to Ask For: A wavy bob works so well with frizzy hair because it takes advantage of its natural curly texture. To make sure your stylist knows that you want a tousled look, "Ask for a deconstructed bob with loose layers," Dave Stanwell says.How often should you wash Curly biracial hair? ›
For biracial hair care, you may want to consider washing a little more often than once a week. But, you will rarely want to wash more than a couple of times a week. Between Washings- If your child swims often or sweats from her scalp, you may be tempted to wash too often.How often do curly haired people wash their hair? ›
Curly hair textures have some variety and can be washed every one to five days, according to Qazi. "Avoid shampoos with harsh chemicals and strong scents, so the hair doesn't become dry and brittle," Qazi said. "Avoid heat and brushes and use a wide tooth comb to prevent damage to the curls."How do you keep biracial hair from frizzing? ›
Tie the hair into a pineapple on top of the head and use a satin pillowcase or a satin nylon sleep cap to keep moisture in their hair. Or to reduce friction if they do have a protective style. These can have amazing results for preventing tangles and frizz in the hair.Should you cut curly hair clean or dirty? ›
It isn't necessary to wash your hair before a haircut, although it is recommended. Usually, a haircut is paired with having your hair styled also. We don't recommend having dirty hair cut and styled since you'll eventually need to wash your hair and potentially ruin the new style (and second-day hair).
Do curls go away with age? ›
As you get older, your curls may drop, loosen, or even form new curl patterns due to hormonal changes, like menopause. Environmental factors such as gravity, climate, and pollution also play a part. The thinner and weaker your aging curly hair is, the less likely it is to actually curl.Should curly hair be one length or layered? ›
Choose Layers When Cutting Curly Hair
With layers in particular, you're making sure your hair doesn't have too much heft at the bottom, all in one place. Curly hair is naturally full, and layers help break up that fullness to give your hair shape.
Curly hair is often associated with a fun-loving, warm hearted and outgoing personality. If you have curly hair you are perceived as being courageous, outspoken, and spontaneous. You are probably someone who likes to challenge perceptions and norms. You celebrate your uniqueness and value your roots.Is curly hair seen as unprofessional? ›
Well-groomed hair is seen as no-nonsense and serious.” Sadly, in real life, curly hair is considered unprofessional in most settings. Millions of women go the extra mile just to be taken seriously at their jobs. Curly hair is seen as unprofessional, unruly, unkempt, wild, unpresentable.Does curly hair grow shorter? ›
On average, hair grows half an inch per month, or about six inches per year - but with curls, it can feel like a much slower process. "Curly hair grows at the same rate as straight hair," says Dr. Michelle Henry, board certified dermatologist and Clinical Instructor of Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medical College.When cutting curly hair what keeps the mind? ›
When cutting curly hair, it's important to remember that the length will shrink up more than expected. Unfortunately, curly haired clients tend to go longer in-between cuts, which means that their ends usually need more off than they're willing to part with.What happens to curly hair when cut short? ›
When you cut your hair, your curls become lighter and springier, which contributes to a curlier appearance – it's basic curly-girl physics. As it grows in length, the weight of your hair starts to pull down and stretch out your curls, making them look looser.What is a unicorn cut for curly hair? ›
One of the most “popular” methods is the “Unicorn” DIY haircut. The “reasoning” behind this kind of haircut is that by wetting your hair, placing it in a ponytail above your head, bringing it forward and cutting at the end, you will have “layers that have the same length”.What makes a curly cut different? ›
The CC1 Technique, also called the Curl Cutting Technique, was only created in 2019 and therefore is a relatively new cutting technique. The hair is first washed and cared for, then cut wet. The hair is cut vertically instead of horizontally, creating volume and air in the curls.What is the name for curly hair cut? ›
Deva Cut. The Deva Cut is a technique that was developed specifically for curly hair. It is a dry cutting technique that is used on dry curly hair, never texturizing or thinning the hair because slicing into the interior of a curly haircut has the potential to create frizz.
What happens if you don't cut hair for a year? ›
Surprisingly, if you left your hair to grow without going for a trim, the ends will suffer from damage and breakage. However, if you do not have damaged hair or split ends, then cutting it too often will prevent your hair growing longer, as you'll simply be trimming healthy sections of hair.Can you wash curly hair everyday? ›
Unlike straight hair types, you should refrain from shampooing your hair every day. Textured hair needs its natural oils to stay healthy. If cleansed too frequently, your hair strands may dry out, which can lead to damage and breakage. For best results, limit your hair-washing frequency to just once or twice a week.Is a blunt cut better for curly hair? ›
Fine Hair, Straight to Curly
A blunt cut is perfect for you because it adds some much-needed thickness. “It's best to keep this texture short,” Lecompte says.
While working with my first concierge client, I learned that curls often cost more to cut than straight hair does. This was frustrating for my client, who was on a tight budget for her even tighter curls. In my research, I found many curly haircuts cost between $70 and $150.Is curly hair harder to grow? ›
The fact of the matter is that curly hair takes a longer time to grow longer because it grows in a curl, rather than straight down. But curly hair, as well as straight hair, usually grows about 1/2” per month. So with patience, and with a coordinated plan with your hair stylist, you can have longer hair.Should naturally curly hair be cut wet or dry? ›
Cut hair when it is dry! It is best to cut curly hair in its natural and dry state. Cut curly hair after it has been washed, dried and detangled. Cut curly hair down the middle for an even and balanced haircut.How should I cut my hair if I have curly hair? ›
Our experts agree that most curl types should be cut on an angle. For tight curls, uneven layering works best. Make certain your cut doesn't flatten your crown. To avoid a flat top, try a short layer under a longer layer to pump up the volume.Do layers look good on curly hair? ›
Layer Up. "Curly hair looks best when it's shoulder length or longer, and with a few layers cut in to keep it from looking bottom-heavy or boxy," says hairstylist Garren of the Garren New York salon. Ask for layers that start at your chin and angle down, all around your head.What should you not do to curly hair? ›
- Overwashing your hair. ...
- Using shampoo and conditioners that have sulfates. ...
- Forgetting to use oil. ...
- Relying too heavily on products. ...
- Using the wrong type of comb. ...
- Combing hair while it's still wet. ...
- Using the wrong type of towel. ...
- Not using a diffuser.
Only brush curly hair when it's wet, damp, or has a layer of slip between strands and the bristles. Brushing dry hair is an instant recipe for frizz and will loosen your curls right out of shape.
Why is curly hair not seen as professional? ›
The stigma against natural or curly hair often concerns Afro-centric styles like braids, afros, and dreadlocks. Depending on where you work, natural hairstyles like these may be considered a distraction. And in some cases, they can stunt or even ruin your professional career.What does curly hair tell about a person? ›
Curly hair is often associated with a fun-loving, warm hearted and outgoing personality. If you have curly hair you are perceived as being courageous, outspoken, and spontaneous. You are probably someone who likes to challenge perceptions and norms. You celebrate your uniqueness and value your roots.Does curly hair need a special cut? ›
Curly hair is very different from other hair types and needs to be cut and treated differently than non-textured hair. From the way layers are cut, the angle of the shears, specialized techniques and determining where curls are cut are key factors which need to be performed for specific types of wavy and curly hair.Should curly hair be cut blunt? ›
Texturizing razors should not be used on curls because they create frizz. Blunt cutting curly hair does the same and doesn't flatter the curl; curls should always be cut on an angle.Can curly hair be cut into layers? ›
To cut curly hair into layers, first part the back of your hair and divide it into 2 sections. Put hair ties on each section at the length you want to trim it. Then, use scissors to cut each section just below the hair tie.Does cutting curly hair make it grow faster? ›
Most curl experts (including the Curly Girl Handbook) say curly hair should be cut every 6-8 weeks. This is said to oxygenize the hair which helps it curl and grow. And most hair experts will tell you that regular cuts while you're growing your hair out is actually better for growth, regardless of your hair's texture.Do layers make curly hair more curly? ›
A great stylist should be able to go over options for the best cut for your hair! Yes! Layers will bring more curl definition and will prevent triangle head.What is the best short haircut for curly hair? ›
Today, the best hairstyle for short curly hair is a lightly layered bob. Adding light layers will prevent it from looking boxy and add more movement to your curls. However, pixie cuts and shags also look beautiful on naturally short curly hair.