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Los mejores consejos para dejarse crecer el cabello largo y rizado

Cortarte el pelo corto fue fácil. ¿Lo estás dejando que crezca? Bueno, eso es un poco más difícil. En promedio, el pelo crece un poco más de un centímetro por mes, por lo que puede tardar hasta un año en crecer para lograr un corte estilo pixie o un cabello con capas. De hecho, cuando se tiene en cuenta la textura del cabello rizado, puede ser aún más difícil de manejar en longitudes cortas que otros tipos de cabello. Pero no te preocupes. Con el cuidado y el mantenimiento adecuados, puedes conservar el cabello rizado en las mejores condiciones a medida que crece.

Don’t Get Burned

If a curling wand, flat iron or blow dryer is part of your daily hair routine, try to cut back to once or twice a week to minimize heat damage. And since exposing your bare strands to high temperatures can make your curly hair dry, frizzy and lifeless, use a heat protectant product like Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Flat Iron Perfector Straightening Mist to help prevent them from getting fried.

Get Regular Hair Trims

Split ends might be less obvious when you have curly hair, but they can lead to major hair breakage. So, it’s important to visit your hair stylist about every six to eight weeks for a cleanup. Discuss your grow-out goals before they start snipping. Ask for a very small trim, also called a “hair dusting”, to keep your ends in a healthy state without losing too much length.

Use Your Fingers to Detangle Hair

It’s possible to unravel curls if you’re too rough during the detangling process. Always saturate your hair with a rich hair conditioner like Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Curl Nourish Conditioner before dealing with knots. The oil-rich formula leaves curls smooth and slippery. Then, use your fingers or a wide-tooth comb to gently work out knots, which is less likely to snap delicate, curly hair.

Reduce the Friction

Remember—every time your hair rubs against rough fabrics (like cotton pillowcases or nubby towels), it can lead to hair breakage and frizzy hair. You can help keep your curly hair in mint condition by sleeping on a satin pillowcase and patting your hair dry with a soft T-shirt. For a foolproof way to dry curly hair and prevent frizz, try “plopping” your curls.