Anyone with curly hair has heard at least one person with straight strands lament, “Your hair is so pretty, I wish I had curly hair!” It’s meant to be a compliment, but having a good curly hair day is harder than it looks. Need some tips on how to care for your curly locks? Or just looking for some inspiration on how to change up your own routine? Watch the tutorial below to see how Vietnam goes from wet, stretched-out curls to dry, defined, voluminous frizz-free hair!
Step 1: Shower & Shampoo
One of the first steps to Vietnamese curly hair routine is to wash her hair using warm, but not scorching hot, water.
Hair care professionals recommends to use sulphate, silicone, and paragon-free products. The more natural, the better for textured hair.
Try using a scalp massaging hair brush when lathering on your shampoo – this helps stimulate hair growth and overall feels amazing on the head!
Step 2: Conditioner = Your Best Friend
Don’t be shy with conditioner, especially if you find your hair to be dry. You can really never use enough conditioner. Did we mention that we like conditioner?
Focus your conditioner on the mid-shaft area and down – this helps hydrate and add moisture back into your hair.
You can always place a little bit of product on the roots of your hair and face-framing pieces.
Rinse out conditioner with cold water to lock in the shine.
Step 3: Stylers & Rinse
Hair care professionals likes to use a styler in the shower while her hair is still wet. The best way to apply the product is to rake it through your hair and scrunch it in for extra volume.
Creams work well with Vietnam remy hair, however, she tries to steer away from gels as they can make her hair feel crunchy.
It is best to use a micro-fibre towel to dap your hair dry, as this type of material will help minimize frizz.
Step 4: Air Dry or Diffuser
If you’re in a rush and need to get out the door, we recommend to use a diffuser to dry your hair.
If you have the time, however, it is best to let your hair air-dry.
For extra volume at your roots, you can flip your hair within 10 minute intervals while you wait for it to dry.
Step 5: Finish Off Your Look
For the perfect touch, try using a shine serum or spray through your hair, preferably a product that is sulphate, paragon, and silicone free.
This will help eliminate fly-aways and help finalize and define your curls.
What do you think about Vietnamese curly hair routine? For our curly haired curls out there – what is one step you can’t miss in your hair routine? Let us know in the comments below!