Step 1 Wash Your Hair
Wash your curly hair with lukewarm water before drying it and use a shampoo that is 100% sulfate- and alcohol-free to cleanse your curly hair.
Step 2 Remove Excess Water From Your Hair
Take a soft microfiber towel or a cotton T-shirt to gently squeeze and pat the excess water out of your hair until your hair is 60%-80% dry.
Step 3 Apply Leave-in Conditioner
Apply some leave-in conditioner that is made for curly hair to your hair and use a wide-tooth comb to evenly distribute the product throughout your hair, which can help keep your curls moisturized.
After all, it takes natural oils a longer time to travel from the scalp to the ends of curly hair, which makes curly hair more vulnerable to damage. Therefore, you have to condition your hair well.
Step 4 Add Styling Product
After the leave-in conditioner is absorbed, apply a styling product to curly hair and evenly distribute the styling product through your hair from root to ends, scrunch. and Using a styling product before drying will help your hair maintain full bouncy curls.
Step 5 Use Heat-protectant
Apply heat-protectant thoroughly to your curly hair to smooths your cuticles and shield your hair from heat damage.
No matter what your hair type is, you should use a heat-protectant product as the heat of blow-drying has damaging effects on hair.
Step 6 Divide Your Hair
Into Sections Take a wide-toothed comb to separate your hair into four sections and use some hair clips to hold them in place, which can make sure the heat is distributed evenly while you are drying it.
Naturally, you can part in more or fewer sections depending on the thickness of your hair.
Step 7 Blow Dry Curly Hair With Diffuser
Pop your diffuser attachment onto your blow-dryer before you begin drying your hair and Put your dryer on a low heat setting. Then constantly move your hairdryer around, and work from root to end on each section of hair until your hair is 80 percent dry.
If you want to have a little bit more volume, you can flick your hair upside down and press the "cool" button, and blast your hair on that setting for a few minutes.
You don’t need to do this if you are satisfied with the volume of your hair.
Step 8 Style Your Curly Hair
Apply a small dab of pomade to your palm and rub your hands together. Starting at the front of your hair, scrunch your curls from roots to tips until all product is evenly distributed to the curly hair. In the ned, release the curls and tousle your hair at the roots for added fullness.