Looking after your curls this winter should not land you in hot water.

Give winter the COLD (or lukewarm)  shoulder 

Just because it is cold outside and the snow looks like it is here to stay, don't be tempted to wash your curly hair with very hot water. Instead, Wash your curly hair with warm or lukewarm water. 

Winter Curls



Dry hair is not a friend of your curls. Your curls need all the moisture they can get especially in winter.
1. Hot water tends to dry out your hair and is not good for sensitive and delicate skin, especially on your scalp.
2. Hot water can strip away your hairs natural oils that act as a barrier to protect and nourish your hair. 

 This is the first in a series of tips to help you care for your curls over the winter months.

More tips coming soon... follow us on facebook or Instagram to see more tips.


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