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How do hormones affect curly hair?

How do hormones affect curly hair?

We get asked this question a lot, so thought we'd answer in our TikTok Q&A series. Here's Lizzie with the answer...

Question: "Hey can hormones kill of curls? My hair used to be so curly and now it's just wavey"

Answer: Yes, hormones massively affect your hair. So puberty, having a baby, menopause, all three of those things can really change your hair. I'm dealing with much more wavy hair these days after having a baby 18 months ago. So I think I'm a good person to answer your questions because I can give you some good wavy hair tips.


Number one, try a stronghold gel. This is our Mega Hold Gel. It's actually amazing on waves. And it's not something people necessarily think it would be perfect for waves because you think a strong hold gel I think as being something more for curly curly curls, but actually because it's sticky. And it really holds the curls up in the drying process and then creates a cast around the curls and leaves a stronger hold. And that's actually really good for wavy hair. So I would give that a try.


Second thing that you can do in the styling process. So when your hair's wet after you've applied it curl creme, do some finger coiling. And that can really just help encourage the curl pattern. And so that's manipulating your curls a little bit, but it definitely helps as well as brush styling. So everyone loves the Denman brush. It doesn't have to be the Denman, but using a brush to twist those curls into shape, and we'll pop some tutorials on our page for Denman, brush curling, and finger coiling to help you.

Pre-poo is short for pre-shampoo, and it is an essential step in curl care that involves prepping your hair with a treatment before shampooing. This offers numerous benefits, including strengthening and softening the hair, as well as making your curls easier to detangle. By incorporating a pre-poo treatment into your routine, you can protect your hair and reduce breakage, ensuring your curls stay healthy and hydrated.

If you’ve researched curly hair, you’ll have seen the word “plopping” come up a lot. What could it possibly mean?! We’re here to help you master the art of plopping and create gorgeous defined curls. Let’s dive into the world of plopping curly hair and explore the different methods - dry plopping, micro-plopping, and wet plopping.

Detangling curly hair can be a daunting task, but with the right techniques and products, it doesn't have to be. People with curly and wavy hair often avoid brushing it regularly because the curls can wrap around each other easily and get knotted. Brushing curly hair often makes it more frizzy and curly hair is typically dry, which leads to further tangles and frizz. Here’s our guide on how to effectively detangle your hair and the best Only Curls products to help you achieve smooth, tangle-free curls.

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