The steps your client takes after washing their curls will make all the difference to their shape and texture. Help them find the right products to keep frizz at bay, and they’ll enjoy their healthiest, bounciest mane yet. First up, assess the texture and pattern of their curls...
Are their curls tight and coarse? Then they’ll want to use richer products. Think balms and creams that eradicate frizz while keeping shrinkage at bay. NutriCurls Curlixir Balm is the ideal consistency; intensely nourishing, so dry curls are defined, primed and bouncy, ready for blow-drying or protective styles.
Are their curls fine or medium textured? That means lighter formulas are best. Airy foams and mousses will give their hair hold and make flyaways vanish, all without dragging curls down. EIMI NutriCurls Boost Bounce is their go-to, designed specifically for curly locks that crave volume and shine. If their hair is ultra fine, the low-hold EIMI NutriCurls Soft Twirl is also a great choice.
How to Apply Curly Hair Products
It’s important you or your client apply frizz-defying styling products when the hair is still damp or wet from washing, so flyaways don’t get the chance to spring into place. How the product is applied is key. If enhancing the shape of curls is the goal, try gently scrunching in your mousse or balm to activate them. You don’t want to bend them out of shape, but you do want to tighten them up, so a delicate scrunch is needed, working section by section.
However, if you’re aiming to elongate curls, use the finger curl method. Twirl small sections of hair around your finger, then release downwards, taking care to follow the curl’s natural shape. Encourage your client to try both methods on different hair wash days to see what they prefer. One of the (many) benefits of working curls is how versatile they are; so many incredible styles are within your client’s reach.