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Shampoo For Curly Hair

Why Curly Hair Shampoo Matters

Cleansing is one of the most important steps in caring for your curls. When choosing a shampoo, it’s not only important to understand your hair and scalp type, but also what the shampoo does and how it should be used. Curly and kinky hair (also known as type 3 and type 4) is very delicate and prone to dryness, so avoiding shampoos that contain harsh chemicals like sulfates is key to the health of your curls. Knowing what shampoo you need for your hair and scalp is crucial to finding the right hair care balance. You can find your hair type in our curly hair type guide.

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    Curlicious Curls Cleansing Cream. Sulfate Free Cleanser

    This creamy, sulfate free cleanser is gentle enough to use daily and is...
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    Pure Curls - Clarifying Shampoo

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What is the best shampoo for curly hair?

Depending on your natural curls, there are several options to considering when choosing your curly hair shampoo.

Type 4 Kinky hair: Cashmere+Caviar Hair Bath - Activated Charcoal Shampoo

Everyone’s scalp produces natural oils and on straight hair types, those oils move easily down the hair shaft from root to tip. However, the bends and turns in Z- or S-shaped kinky hair patterns can prevent the scalp's natural oils from reaching the ends of the hair, thus causing the ends to dry out. Using sulfate-free curly hair shampoo like Cashmere+Caviar Hair Bath - Activated Charcoal Shampoo strengthens, restructures and adds sheen to stressed, dry kinks and it keeps your hair silky and scalp clean without contributing to extra dryness.

Type 3 Curly hair: Blueberry Bliss Reparative Hair Wash

Type 3 can become dry if you do not restore moisture to your hair during or immediately after cleansing. Rich and creamy, sulfate-free curly hair shampoos are best for curly hair as the oils in them protect the hair and prevent damage from friction while washing. Blueberry Bliss Reparative Hair Wash, formulated with certified organic Blueberry Extract, Aloe Leaf Juice, and Chamomile Extract encourages healthy scalp and hair growth while repairing, protecting and restoring dehydrated curly hair.

How do I manage curly hair?

Caring for curly hair is all about the process and the products. Creating a hair care regiment for your hair type that includes the right products is vital to maintaining beautiful, healthy hair.

Here’s our 4-step process to healthy curls and the curly hair products including shampoos that we recommend that you add to your regiment:

  1. Cleanse your hair with sulfate-free Blueberry Bliss Reparative Hair Wash or Cashmere+Caviar Hair Bath - Activated Charcoal Shampoo at least once per week or every two weeks to prepare your hair for nourishment and moisture.
  2. Deep condition to restore dry hair and add moisture back to your curls. Apply Blueberry Bliss Reparative Hair Mask or Cashmere+Caviar Hair Masque-Deep Conditioner once per month after cleansing to maintain moisture balance.
  3. Moisturize your hair immediately after cleansing or use a leave-in conditioner daily to hydrate and refresh curls. Cashmere+Caviar Hair Silk-Leave-In Conditioner/Detangler or Blueberry Bliss Reparative Leave-In Conditioner works wonders on dry hair or second-day curls.
  4. Styling can sometimes be hard on your hair, and CURLS' organic styling products seal in much-needed moisture to preserve the strength and health of your hair. Try Blueberry Bliss Twist N Shout Cream or Cashmere+Caviar Hair Gelle-No Hold Hair Gel to defrizz and define your curls.

Caring for your curly hair

By now you know how fragile your curly hair is and you know that you should treat it with the utmost care. Being gentle with your delicate tresses goes far beyond what you put on it. There are many other ways you should be caring for your curly hair. Here are seven ways to pamper your delicate curls to keep them healthy and prevent breakage:

  1. Section when cleansing. For tangle-free gentle cleansing, section your hair into four sections before washing to make it easier to manage when styling and prevent mechanical breakage.
  2. Rinse with cool or cold water. Rinsing curly hair with cool water closes the cuticles and seals in moisture after cleansing and conditioning.
  3. Deep condition often. Since curly hair always lends itself to being a little drier than other hair types, it’s good to use deep conditioner regularly and even more frequently if your hair tends to dry out fast.
  4. Use a lot of conditioners. To maintain your hair’s protein/moisture balance make sure that you are always monitoring the condition of your curls. Use regular curl conditioner between deep conditioning treatments and leave-in conditioners daily to give your hair a hydration boost.
  5. Get a satin pillowcase. Harsh fabrics can wreak havoc on your curls and cause breakage. Using a satin pillowcase cuts down on friction and keeps curls from breaking and frizzing.
  6. Slow down on heat styling. Healthy hair equals no heat damage! If you want to keep your curls looking good and healthy, keep heat styling at a minimum or don’t use heat on your hair at all.
  7. Don’t shampoo daily. Curly hair is already on the dry side, and cleansing your hair daily will only continue to strip your hair’s natural oils. Once every two weeks or a weekly co-wash should do the trick, but cleansing daily is a no-no for curls.

How often should you shampoo curly hair?

If you have curly, kinky, Type 3 hair or Type 4 hair, depending on your lifestyle and level of activity, you should not cleanse your hair more than once per week. Washing curly hair daily strips the hair of its natural oils and contributes to dryness.

If you must wash your hair weekly, try co-washing (washing with conditioner and water) or just washing with water. Ideally, you want to give your curly hair a good cleansing every two weeks to wash away product build-up, dirt, and debris.

How to use natural shampoo for curly hair

Natural shampoos are used the same as traditional shampoos, and though they may not lather like them, rest assured your hair is being cleansed just as well. CURLS’ natural shampoos are sulfate-free and contain plant extracts that boast many positive benefits for your hair and scalp.

Sulfates are harsh lathering agents used in shampoos that dry out your already delicate curls. CURLS' natural curly hair shampoo products do not contain these harsh chemicals and are made with organic ingredients that allow you to maintain healthy hair without putting your overall health at risk from exposure to harmful substances.

What hair products work best on curly hair?

Cleansing is just the first step in the process of maintaining healthy curly hair, and our shampoos are just a few of the many products that we recommend you try to round out your hair care regiment.

Add these CURLS products to your hair care line up!