My last haircut was blunt at the ends and I was missing my V shape. Also the top layers grew out within a month. I wanted really short layers. So within 2 months of my last haircut I got another one. This is perhaps the shortest I have gone between haircuts.
I get asked by a lot of mothers of curly kids how to take care of their little one’s curls. So I thought of putting up a post to help you all especially straight haired parents of curly hair kids.
Here’a video tutorial for 3 curly hair messy buns.
Let’s hit it up with Pallavi, the owner of luscious springy curls ( I am a HUGE fan of her hair! ) and also of The Curious Jalebi and try to get her to spill some secrets to her killer curls!
When it’s not easy to get your hands on the best curly hair brands, we make do with what’s available near us. And in the quest to find a good conditioner, an ingredients list is your best friend! Read the Ingredients List, Not the Product Claims
What is Hair Porosity?
Each strand of hair has a layer called the cuticle. Porosity refers to how much moisture gets inside the cuticle layer. Healthy hair is normal to low porosity because it is not losing water or proteins from the interior. High Porosity hair is caused by wear and tear (combing/brushing, sleeping on cotton), harsh shampoos, chemical treatments, heat, bleaching and colouring.