Will You Be My Curlfriend? | My Curl Routine

Since this curly hair gig has been happening on my head, I'm adjusting, yeah I find it hard. What products should I use and all that jazz! I wash my hair twice a week and then at the end of the month have a big wash. Where I really do everything needed. It's the end of the month, meaning it's that 'wash day'.

On my weekly grind, I use Naked Curly Girls products, having just placed an order for the trio (£3 per item), as there's free p&p for July & I'm running out but it's lasted me a good few months. The shampoo, it's gentle and my hair doesn't feel stripped but I can definitely tell it's clean after use. I won't shampoo twice in the week only at the end of my week, the other day I will co-wash. I find my hair really needs to be washed twice a week, I never comb my hair dry so you can imagine the amount of hair that comes out when I'm washing MMMHMM. The conditioner from Naked I adore, not only do these products smell good but they are 97% natural and animal cruelty free so it makes me feel so much better. I've officially been converted and it's something that works and doesn't break the bank - score!

The ultimate wash day, can sometimes be like a war with my own hair and my army of soilders are of course my products, I don't use ALL these products at once, it's just a little overview, if my hair feels like it's lacking moisture, I will put the Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie & Coconut Oil but Apple Cider Vinegar is a must, it's such a beautiful and natural clarifier but I do use my curl shampoo afterwards, cos jheeze no matter how much that hair is rinsed the vinegar, loves to linger.

Paul Mitchell Curls line, I've been using this since June and O-M-G, I'm so in love, I mean literally, what it says, it does for my hair. Curls, crunch and frizz free. It's amazing, I don't even wash my hair for a week after the big wash day *sighs* Paul, I love you! Can't forget Paul Mitchell is an animal cruelty free company. After Curls was released in the States last year, I wondered how long would it be until it got to us. Being that natural hair has become such a movement that we are all started to embrace it's nice for companies to recognise we need more curly products that are UK available and we spend a lot on our hair as it is, let alone thinking of shipping from out of the country. With four products including a shampoo, leave in conditioner (which I love) and two products to help define your curls, can you go wrong? I find other leave in conditioners /treatments leave my hair hard and signalling that my hair has product in, this absorbs, moisturises and dries beautifully with no issues.
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We don't share the same hair, so what works for these spring beans, might not be the same outcome on yours but I've loved showing you skin and curls today!

12 comments

  1. <3 Where is that picture behind you from?! I love it <3

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    1. Hey honey, the frame I got as a present for Christmas and the image is actually left over fabric I used for a bookcase backing xo

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  2. The Paul Mitchell products sound looovely! I have wavy hair not curly, but I still like using curly hair products because I feel like they help define and de-frizz my waves. Also, I have the same problem that some curly haired girls have of not being able to brush my hair after it's dry or else the waves will break, expand, frizz up, and I'll end up like Hermione. :/

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    1. They really are, like a God send, will definitely be purchasing these cos they work so well. Ha, ha yes the only time I will do it, if need be is I will spray it with some water & conditioner in a bottle but then of course I got to go through the drying process again,brushing & dry curls = frizz boo! xo

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  3. So beautiful! I love your hair. The Paul Mitchell products look cool x

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    1. Aw, thank you. My aim is to get the curls long and healthy xo

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  4. This is the best post title ever. You have the most beautiful hair! My sister has naturally curly afro Caribbean hair and I used to have to do her hair all the time. She hated it so much! Always cried but we found this really amazing stuff called Hair Mayonnaise and that really kept her curls in tact xx

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    1. Whoop, whoop! Aw sweetie, thanks.

      Oh I hate it dry, just frizz and hair flying about, better when it's wet and conditioned for me. Oh I have Hair Mayo, I try not to overload on it due to the protein :) xo

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  5. Your curls are fantastic, sweety. Such an awesome routine, makes me feel so guilty that I barely put a hair masque on every now and again and leave it to dry by itself. Oops! x

    Adrienne | Late Night Nonsense | Bloglovin'

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    1. Big bush! ha-ha!

      Yeah I find it works for my hair when I really just massage it through the scalp and then slather it downwards and steam! xo

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  6. Great Post! Paul Mitchel products and coconut oil are an amazing defence against frizz aren't they!

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    1. Coconut oil all the way, so cheap and effective xo

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