Hi guys! 

My apologies that this post is a day late, Iโ€™ve been working on some new ideas so do bare with me please. ^-^
This post is about my naturally curly hair and how I enhance the curls to look nicer. I actually am not a huge fan of my natural hair, hence why I have it straight 90% of the time. But when I do wear my hair curly itโ€™s so much easier and faster. I donโ€™t have to worry about the rain making it frizzy, or the wind making it curl at the ends like it does when itโ€™s straight. I also get a lot of compliments when itโ€™s curly.
So here is my hair straight…

And here it is curly…..

I start with freshly washed hair, and the first step is to add serum to stop frizzing! Naturally curly hair tends to be rather frizzy which isnโ€™t a good look. 

Any serum would work fine but I use John Frieda. 

I also use this Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie, now… I would be absolutely lost without this product! It makes my curls so much tighter and defined. Be careful not to use too much though as it does have a tendency to weigh the hair down, especially if you have finer and thinner hair. Mine is rather thick so it takes well. I apply this by scrunching my hair up in my hands in a fast motion.  

I let my hair air dry for a while, you know, get a cup of tea, do your makeup, clean your bedroom etc. Iโ€™m sure you have ways to pass time! But when the hair is only slightly wet thatโ€™s when itโ€™s time to diffuse to finish off the drying process.

I got this diffuser for ยฃ13 from the local Argos. So you can pick them up prett cheap. With my one hand I will scrunch the hair up into bundles, and my other hand I will hold the diffuser and gather hair inside the cupping area and push the hair up and down using the diffuser. 

To finish add a little more serum, you want the hair to look well moisturised and not too dry..

Fluff it up around the roots to add extra volume and then youโ€™re done!
A tip I can give is to always scrunch your hair in a cupping motion, never brush your curls, and also experiment with different products until you find the one that suits your hair type. I definitely want to try the โ€˜Twisted Sistaโ€™ products next! 
What do you guys think, do you prefer straight hair or curly hair?

Until the next post