Sunday, 22 April 2018

Curly Hair Routine

If you have curly hair like me then you’ll know how hard it is to combat frizz and keep your curls looking bouncy and defined. 

I have been trying for so long to find haircare products that don’t just keep your hair looking amazing but also are affordable to buy! So let’s have a look at my Curly Hair Routine...

Firstly, I like to brush out my hair before I step into the shower as it saves me damaging my hair later on when my hair is wet. I love using a brush that is formulated for wet hair as it’s a lot softer on your curls! Once I’ve done that I jump in the shower and start to shampoo! 



I don’t shampoo my hair every time I shower because it tends to make my hair really dry but when I do, I like to use the Noughty Blondie Locks Shampoo. This is because I have blonde hair (it’s not my natural colour) so this shampoo really helps to make my blonde hair BRIGHT!

I am a sucker for a good conditioner so I tend to use at least two every time I wash my hair - that’s not including a hair mask! 

Of course, I have to follow up with the matching Noughty Blondie Locks Conditioner too! I really find that the blonde in my hair stands out a lot more after using these products. This is because it contains lemon which is a natural lightener, it also makes it smell great too! 

(If you’re wondering, you can purchase Noughty Haircare in Superdrug!)

The final step in the shower is to use a hair mask, which I tend to leave on my hair for the duration of my shower and then rinse out at the end. For this, I use the Lee Stafford Choco locks Butter Cream! This hair masks smells absolutely incredible! If you like chocolate than you’re bound to love this. 

Once I’ve finished in the shower, I ring out the rest of the water in my hair and leave it to air dry. If I can avoid using a hairdryer I will because I find it is so damaging to my hair! 

Once my hair is almost dry I use some sort of oil in my hair to make it appear shiny. My favourites are Argan Oil & Coconut Oil. If I’m going out that day then I’ll use a hair mousse so that my curls stay put all day! 

One of my favourite hacks for curly hair is while it’s air-drying to use your hands to scoop the bottoms of your hair up and scrunch them upwards. This just stops your curls from dropping.

I hope this helps you curly-haired girls in some way. If you’re reading this and you have straight hair then don’t worry, you can 100% use these products in your hair too! They’re great for all hair types. 

What’s your favourite haircare brand? 

* I was sent products from both Noughty and Lee Stafford however, all opinions are my own and are not influenced by the brands I’m working with.

24 comments:

  1. You do have beautiful hair

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  2. Great advice! I haven't heard of Noughty Haircare before, will have to look into these and try them out, my hair can go pretty curly at times - especially with the warmer weather!

    Amy,
    https://creativenails.uk

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  3. Thanks for sharing, I will check out this brand

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  4. My hair is super curly, these would be fab to try out! X

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  5. I was using The Curly Girl Method, but switched to no-poo. I really like both of those methods for my curls.

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  6. Great tips. I'm still looking for an oil that will help my curly hair to shine and not go frizzy!

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  7. I like the sound of these. I'm looking for something to keep my hair under control in the humidity when we're on holiday!

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  8. I have never used a hair mask before. might have to look into one!

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  9. I've actually never heard of this brand before, and I've tried most 'blonde' brands because I love making my hair look super bright, especially in the colder months before the sun can lighten it naturally.. ����‍♀️ I have a natural wave to my hair, and I've recently started curling it slightly rather than always straightening it so much, so I may have to invest in a shampoo and conditioner set like this to see if it helps in any way! ��

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  10. I need all the help I can get when it comes to curling my hair, it never stays put!
    Some great tips, thank you (:

    Alys / alysgeorge.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. My 2 teenagers 13 & 14 are bi-racial so they have some rough to manage curls. I found a pre-wash conditioner by Tre'semme at Walmart that really helps with their hair. We use it for before wash and after. And it smell really nice too.

    http://simplyeverythingbeauty.com

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  12. Sounds like a brilliant routine, my daughters have curly hair so will try this on their hair. I love noughty hair products they smell so lovely and leave hair soft


    Melissa
    www.moonlightmel.co.uk

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  13. Never heard of the brand before but the packaging looks so cute and they sound like really good products x

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  14. My hair is extremely straight but I do have a couple of friends with curly hair that I'll recommend this brand to. Sounds like such an effective method! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. I have straight hair but this stuff sounds great!- https://sophiehearts.net x

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  16. Fab post! I really want to have curly hair tbh but sadly I'm not blessed with it. Definietly going to recommend these products to my friend as her hair is such beautiful, bouncy a d curly.

    Jordanne || Thelifeofaglasgowgirl.co.uk

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  17. This sounds like exactly what I need! I'm so lazy when it comes to hair care sometimes but I also have curly, frizz prone hair that's quite difficult to manage. I love that the shampoo and conditioner are sulphate free too as they tend to dry my scalp. I'll definitely be checking these out x

    Sophie
    www.glowsteady.co.uk

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  18. Curly isn't my issue, gray is. Lucky for me, I am very comfortable with that aspect of my appearance. The product sounds awesome though.

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  19. I use to have a curly hair (not my natural) but its starting to straighten up, I admit it really takes so much effort when you have one and I've tried a lot of products too. Thanks for this hair routine.

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  20. Noughty Blondie Locks is a good product one of my cousins who has really curly hair has been using it for a while and I personally have seen the difference in her hair.

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  21. I love that the shampoo is sulfate free, but do you know as to whether the brand is cruelty free? I would love to know as I have very curly hair myself!

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  22. I envie you that you have curly hair! I've always wanted at least waves. What do I have? Spaghetti!

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  23. I have always wanted curly hair. I was trying to grow my hair so that I could have it permed. But I couldn't wait so I ended up cutting my hair yesterday (yep, did it myself). So no more long curly locks for me :(

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  24. I am totally looking for something at the moment to tame frizz! I have blonde, fine, curly hair, so this is so perfect for me.

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