Tips for Natural African-American Hair1.Know your type. Curly hair comes in many shapes and sizes. Your routine should be calibrated to your curl diameter (tight, kinky or wavy), texture (fine or coarse) and type (dry, normal or oily).
2.Assess your shampoo schedule. To preserve your hair's natural moisture, consider using conditioner to cleanse the scalp and reducing shampoo to once every third time you wash your hair.
3.Change it up. Don't be afraid to experiment with different curl setting techniques – such as scrunching, ribboning or twisting – and different drying methods, including air drying or blow drying with a diffuser.
4.Remember: curl likes moisture and friends. For smooth, beautiful curls, style wet hair with a gel or styling lotion that will hold strands together.
5.Do not disturb. Don't mess with your damp styled hair! Once it's fully dry, if it feels a little crispy, you can scrunch to soften.
6.Keep it fresh. If you have coarse hair and tight curls, keep your scalp feeling fresh with rosemary or lavender essential oil. Pour a few drops on your fingertips and massage directly into the scalp. Appointments only. no walk-ins, cash only or you can pay on line, Thanks ask for Sharon