HOW TO GET THE BEST HAIRSTYLES FOR CURLY HAIR

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Curly hair even though it feels like a curse that this is something you didn’t ask for, don’t earn, and don’t have time to fix, having curly hair has some good points. And it’s not just the best bed hair. You don’t need products or much work to give your hair volume and shape with curls, and there are more cuts to choose from than you might think. Yes, we all shiver when we think of Leo Sayer’s most entire hair or Justin Timberlake’s gelled ’00s noodles, but below, you’ll find stylish options in all lengths.

A short haircut on the sides and back that leaves more length on top is the easiest and most flexible way to deal with hair that won’t behave. In this style, your curls will speak for themselves, and you can choose to sweep them to the side, to the back with an alternative pompadour, or forward, going for a messy look with a fringe.

You will still need to go to the barber regularly if you want your hair to grow out. It doesn’t matter if your goal is to look like Kit Harington. If you don’t cut your thick hair often, it could bunch up on the sides and make you look more like Brian May. A good barber will know exactly where to thin it out, working in thin layers and ensuring the ends are neat. 

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF CURLY HAIR

Curly hair can be hard to control because of frizz and heat, but you don’t have to wash it as often as you do with straight hair, which is a plus. Tim Pateman, who runs the London hairdresser The Lion & The Fox, agrees: “Most people with curly hair know how hard it is to style if you wash it a lot.” Be careful not to wash out the natural oils because they help keep the curls in place. When you wash your hair, the curls get lighter, fluffier, and less tight, and the hair looks “frayed.” This generally makes the hair look dry or frizzy.

Tim says, “Sulphate-free shampoos (SLS) are the best for men with curly hair because they contain less harsh detergents that strip the natural oils from the hair.” He also says, “It’s important to use styling aids that don’t add shine and match the right product to your curls and texture.” “Letting your hair air dry is better” and “try to limit blow-drying” are some general rules, he says. The best hair mousse for guys is one of our favourite ways to add moisture and keep volume. It’s a great way to get high-end products without spending much money.

You don’t have to freeze in the winter: “If it’s cold outside or you want to dry your clothes faster, put a hot sock diffuser over the nozzle for a softer diffuser effect.” “Please don’t use a regular sock,” Tim tells her, “it could start a fire.” It’s also intelligent to “never dry your hair more than 60%; the curls need to keep some moisture to hold their shape.”

Please look at our gallery of the best curly haircuts below to get ideas for your next haircut. You can save or print or look at on instagram any of them to show your barber.

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Muhammad Shoaib
Muhammad Shoaibhttps://fashionnovaaza.com/
Muhammad Shoaib is a seasoned fashion expert with a particular interest in streetwear, accessories, and luxury leather goods. He splits his time between NYC, Paris, and Pakistan, constantly on the hunt for today’s latest trends

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