Over the last few months, we have seen a surge in silk presses and the recent phenomenon of texture releases. These straightening hair
treatments are taking the natural hair scene by storm and honestly, we are so here for it as we see more and more curlies experimenting with their natural hair.But as much as we love trying something new, and we all know how versatile straight hair can be, what we don’t often see is how to revive your curls after a silk press and texture release. In this blog, we look at ways on how to get your curls back after a straightening session.
Use a heat protectant
We cannot stress enough just how important it is to use a heat protectant prior to adding heat to your hair. It will help to protect your curls from damage in the first place making a non-negotiable step in your routine. Heat styling tools can often dry out the hair which can lead to your hair becoming brittle and prone to breakage. A heat protectant acts as a barrier between the styling tool and your curls. A good heat protectant will aim to preserve your curls. Heat damage where?
Hydrating ingredients is key!
A clarifying shampoo during wash day
Why not try our leave in conditioner?!
Formulated with sweet almond oil, which is packed with vitamins like B6 and K, our formula works to improve scalp circulation, prevent hair loss, add shine and increase volume. Using a good leave-in right after your wash-day, post silk press, is essential to regaining health and bringing your curls back.