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Curl Education


Over 65% of the world’s population has curly hair, yet many girls with curls straighten and damage their hair with blow-dryers and flat irons rather than wear their natural curls. Why? Because they are sick and tired of struggling with dry, unmanageable frizz day after day, tired of bad haircuts from stylists who don’t know how to properly handle curly hair, and tired of spending large sums on money on products that promise silky, perfect curls, but only let them down time and time again. No more dealing with their “problem hair,” they vow, so they resort to straightening it―only to end up damaging it further. It’s a vicious, never-ending cycle.


Curly hair in and of itself really isn’t the problem, however. The vast majority of curly hair problems are due to improper haircuts, bad styling products and ineffective styling techniques. As impossible as it may sound, when you have the right cut, use the right type of products, utilize the proper styling techniques, and understand the basics of curly hair, your curls will seem to magically change from frumpy, out-of-control frizz to shiny, healthy, frizz-free curls almost immediately.


Let’s start putting this together to understand how it all works by first focusing on a few hair basics.





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