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How to choose the right hair care product for 2C hair

How to choose the right hair care product for 2C hair

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Do you have 2C hair? Are you struggling to take care of 2C hair? Below, we will guide you how to take care of 2C hair properly.

What is 2c hair 

2C hair is the very curly hair with thick wavy curls and is the coarsest of this hair type.

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What is 2c hair 

2C hair can be quite hard to take care of if you do not know the right way to do it. Many of the times, it is challenging to style 2C hair. In this article, we will guide you in detail on how to take care of 2C hair and some small tips for 2C hair!

How to choose the right hair care product for 2C hair

With caring, 2C hair will become lush, smooth and beautiful. The main thing is to replenish the shelf in the bathroom with the right first aid products.

Shampoo for 2C hair

Ideally, the shampoo bottle should be labeled “for curly/curly/wavy” hair. If you can’t find one, check shampoos that promise extra volume from your shopping list. 

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Shampoo for 2C hair

They destroy the very structure of curls: they either cover the hair with a film, making it heavier, or lift the hair scales and, thereby, provoke dehydration. In your shampoo for curly hair, look for natural oils, plant extracts, ceramides, proteins, and keratin.

Hair masks for 2C hair

The most useful are nourishing and regenerating, which care for 2C hair along the entire length. This is especially important for the ends of 2C hair, which often suffer from increased dryness and brittleness. 

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Hair masks for 2C hair

It is best to apply masks 2 times a week, and it is advisable to cover them with a cap and a towel for 20-30 minutes – this will increase efficiency.

Serum for 2C hair

These items usually contain healing components in a concentrated form: only benefits and nothing more! By acting on the hair roots, such components stimulate metabolic processes, accelerate growth, provide the scalp with oxygen and give 2C hair smoothness and shine. 

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Serum for 2C hair

By the way, the effect of the serum can be not only moisturizing and healing, but also styling (especially if it is a leave-in product).

Spray conditioner for 2C hair

Ideally with thermal protection. It will protect your hair from drying out when using a hair dryer or long walks in the open sun. 

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Spray conditioner for 2C hair

Another plus of the conditioner is that it will help to cope with the effect of splendor and the “habit” of 2C hair to become electrified without weighing down the curls.

Oil for 2C hair

On 2C hair, split ends are more noticeable, so they can be provided with additional nutrition with oils: for example, shea, coconut, almond, macadamia, jojoba, etc.

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Oil for 2C hair

If you apply these hair care on a daily routine, your 2C hair will definitely see huge improvements.

5 amazing 2C hair care tips

Before you start caring for 2C hair, determine its type. Most often, 2C hair is porous and dry, but there are exceptions to any rule.

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5 amazing 2C hair care tips

  • Dry 2C hair care: Dry strands especially need nutrition and hydration – otherwise the curls will look like hard springs. Look for 2C hair products with a laminating effect and be sure to use masks with nourishing oils. If time for self-care is limited, give preference to balm and serum, and throw a spray conditioner into your purse. 
  • Care for porous hair: Hair porosity can be congenital or acquired. In both cases, the 2C hair scales bristle and peel off, forming gaps – pores. Street dust, dirt, cosmetics, moisture penetrates into them, and as a result, the curls look, although lush, but dull and lifeless. To make porous hair more manageable, smooth and healthy, choose sulfate-free shampoos with proteins. Try to give up the hair dryer and coloring and be sure to use restorative masks – they work wonders!
  • Care for fine 2C hair: The main tasks of thin hair care are strengthening, protection and volume preservation. Too thick creamy conditioners will weigh down curls and straighten curls, so you should give preference to light textures and leave-in sprays. What else is important to remember? Of course, about thermal protection! Dehydration will make fine hair brittle.
  • Oily 2C hair: Curly hair of the greasy type is the least common. The main beauty rule when caring for them is to know when to stop. Excessive use of drying agents (such as clay masks or sulfate shampoos) can cause hair to become brittle at the bends and split ends. It is important to remember that oily hair needs moisture just as much as dry hair!
  • Care for normal curly hair: 2C hair of a normal type does not need specific care: shampoo, balm and hair mask once a week are enough. Look for products specifically for curly hair!