How to Care for Tight Curly Hair

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Tight curly hair offers lots of styling options. Protect your hair as you style with advice from a professional hair stylist in this free video on how to care for tight curly hair.

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Hi, my name is Sandy Morton, and I work with Headlines Salon and Spa in Clemson, South Carolina. Today I'm going to show you how to take care of tight curly hair and the different products that you can use with it. Personally, nice oils. Redken makes some nice product, Ringlet. They also make a product called Rewind. These are just various products that you can use if you've got really tight hair and you want to give it some defined curl. If you want to straighten it obviously, get a really hot flat iron and make sure that you use protectant and there's quite a few out there but Redken does make one by Extreme and also there's a smooth down and if you have really thick hair, then I would recommend a Smooth Down, especially if it's really dry. If you have overly processed hair, then I would recommend using the Extreme. Also, anti-snap, awesome for once again, made by Redken and great for just giving that luster that you need for tight curly hair. The Smooth Down is just one of our protectants that we have. It's a Redken line but they have a proctectant for, that you would spray on prior to wet or dry, you can spray that on and that's awesome for really dry curly hair, and just regular hair. I would tend to use that only on people that have a lot of it because it can be a little bit more on the heavy and greasy side. The oils obviously you just put in. I love this Bamboo. This is made by Alterna. We are carrying that, a nice oil is wonderful. Ringlet, you can section it off. You can take apply piece by piece along. Same with the Rewind. The Smooth Down and the Extreme from Redken, you would just spray that in your hair and once again dry it and then use your flat iron over that if you want to straighten the dry curly hair. Once again, my name is Sandy Morton and I work with Headlines Salon and Spa in Clemson, South Carolina and I have just showed you how to care for tight curly hair.

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