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If you've got curly hair, you will know that the curls don't stay bouncy for too long. You'll develop frizz, the curls will drop out and if they're anything like mine, they become ridiculously dry. I wash my hair about once a week, sometimes not even that because 1. My hair doesn't need to be washed that often and 2. It styles better when its less clean.

First of all, split your hair into two parts, one at the top and one at the bottom. Tie the top part up so it doesn't get in the way and start by spraying the bottom half with water. When the hair is damp, start by finger combing through your curls to avoid frizz. If your hair is too tough at this point, you can use a wide tooth comb to brush out the knots. Apply 1 to 2 pumps of the Moroccan Oil and start finger coiling (which is wrapping the hair around your finger) to the curls that need some extra love. Repeat this process to the top half of your hair. 

Once completed, take a scoop of the Taliah Maajid Curly Curl Cream and begin scrunching that through your hair. Focus on the area's that need it the most, for example, my curls become more limp and frizzy around my hairline and the front of my head but I know other girls experience it on the back of their head and mid section. This curl cream creates definition, conditions the hair and leaves it feeling moisturised with no build-up or frizz. 

Now, its always best to leave your hair to dry naturally but I know not everyone has that time of day where they can do that. So, get your hair dryer and your diffuser and start blow drying. Always make sure your hairdryer is on the lowest speed and the lowest heat to avoid damage. 

Hopefully at this point, your curls should be revived and your hair will look sha-poppin'.

Let me know if this works for you. 


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