The best tip ever for taming insane curls


This amazing tip was posted on my team facebook group, and I just had to share it with the world. Wow! 

When I was growing up, I had super-fine straight blond hair on the outer layer, and a rather tight curl underneath. And my scalp was soooooo sensitive. 

I still remember how difficult it was for my mum to comb through my hair, and how much of a fuss I put up. 

In the end, she decided on a simple page-boy style cut, which I absolutely hated, and cried my eyes out every time I was taken to the hairdresser. I’m sure that’s why I love having such a long mane today!

So if you are having to deal with unruly, frizzy or fly-away hair that simply won’t behave…or you have a child with those insanely gorgeous but ridiculously difficult-to-manage curls, this bulletin is going to be a God-send for you. Just check out the before and after pics! Wow!!!!

The best tip EVER for taming insane curls!!!

Niki A. writes: Who is this scraggly child? This is my daughter Xena who was blessed with beautiful Brazilian curls that like to turn themselves into dreadlocks! I thought I’d share how we tame her mane. We have tried soooo many things over the years and the challenge was always finding something natural and chemical free that worked. Well….here it is at last!

The 5 Step “Curly Girl” Method for taming those locks

We use the “Curly Girl” method and literally just one hair product: Young Living’s Copaiba & Vanilla Conditioner. That’s It! BAM! So here’s how it works. There are 5 important tips/steps you need to follow:

TIP #1: Do NOT use Shampoo!!!
It is not curly hair’s friend. It dries it out and makes her hair supper knotty! Shampoo strips the oils in the hair, drying it out. It breaks more easily and then becomes knotty and frizzy.

TIP #2: Use Conditioner only to wash hair

Yes you heard that right! Use a liberal amount of Young Living’s Copaiba Vanilla Conditioner, and lather it into wet hair. Leave the hair for at least 5 minutes before rinsing. This is very moisturizing for curls.

TIP #3: Get yourself a wet brush!

This has saved us many tears and hours. Brush hair only when it’s wet. Start by brushing the bottom section first, making your way up towards the scalp. Don’t try to brush from the top down. 

TIP #4: Do NOT towel dry

Instead, use an old cotton t-shirt to scrunch the hair, so that it forms its natural curl with little to no frizz. If you like, you can add a couple of drops of Young Living’s Mirah Hair Oil at this stage. Then simply allow the hair to air dry naturally.  

TIP #5: Wash hair once a week only

At least, that’s what we find works the best. with Xena’s hair. We then use a spray conditioner most days to keep her curls fresh and those knots at bay! I make the spray conditioner simply by diluting the Copaiba Vanilla Conditioner with water. Voila!
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