Curly hair can be both a blessing and a curse. When you have a good hair day, everyone is jealous of your wavy locks. I know I am! But every once in a while, curly hair is more of a burden than a gift. It shouldn’t have to be that way! I’ve learned some great tips from some of my friends that have the same struggle.

Whether your hair is straight or curly, frizz plays a role in messing it all up! It just hits curly haired girls a little harder than should,Chelsea Crockett - Paul Mitchell Spring Loaded but there’s no need to worry. Paul Mitchell has many, many hair products that are perfect no matter what type or texture your hair is. His Spring Loaded® Frizz-Fighting Shampoo and Conditioner works to cleanse curls but maintain their frizz from the start. He has a few other frizz-fighting products that are sure to help as well!

Although this may be more for curly haired girls, avoiding constant heat on your hair is a tip almost anyone can use. Straightening your hair every so often is fine, but applying heat every day will do nothing but damage your waves. They’ll end up dried out and brittle which will increase the amount of frizz your hair is going to have.

If your curls aren’t the exact shape you want them to be, use this trick! After washing (or simply wetting) your hair, apply a serum and wrap your curls around your finger. Hold them there for about 10 seconds and release them. This’ll help form your curls without the use of heat or excess products.

Lastly, love your curls! There are so many girls that would die for even a slight wave to their hair. Don’t take it for granted!

Love, Chelsea