5 Hacks To Enhance Your Curls

We aren’t the first ones to say this, and we won’t be the last ones, but curly hair is just outright gorgeous. However, many people struggle to maintain curly hair due to the amount of care it needs and look for shortcuts, which results in hair damage. Therefore, we’ve jotted down a few simple tips for you to enhance your natural curls the easy way. Keep reading: 

  • No Sulfates

  • Did you know that sulfate is a common chemical used in soaps and detergents to form lather?

    Imagine a detergent chemical in your shampoo that is meant to clean your hair like it cleans your clothes. Say no to sulfate products and switch your hair care products with sulfate-free GK Hair products. 


  • Detangle While It’s Wet

  • Detangling curly hair while it’s dry is a big no unless you’re looking for extreme frizz and breakage. Comb your hair only when you’re in the shower, and your hair is wet with lots of conditioner on. Start from the ends, and gently work your way to the roots. Make sure you don’t pull your hair too hard since wet hair is prone to breakage. 


    Carry Your Curls Like A Boss!

  • Get Rid Of Your Towel

  • Switch your ordinary towel with either a microfiber towel or a plain cotton T-shirt to dry your hair. Instead of rubbing your hair together, pat it with the shirt to absorb excess water. This will keep your curls in shape, and won’t create frizz or flyaways. 

  • Get Your Hands On A Curl Hair Spray
  • To maintain curly hair, it is important to have a light-hold curl hair spray to hold curls into place.

    Our pick for a curly hair spray? Use GK Hair CurlsDefineHer Spray. This spray is particularly designed for wavy to curly hair texture, gives an instant lift to your locks, boosts shine and bounce, and prevents further environmental damage. 

  • Use A Silk/Satin Pillowcase
  • It is important that you protect your curls from tangles, frizz, knots, breakage, and damage. Therefore, use a silk/satin pillowcase or a silk bonnet to prevent hair friction while you sleep. The ordinary pillowcase can cause frizz and split-ends; a silk pillowcase, on the other hand, doesn’t cause friction and keeps frizz at bay.