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      Curls are something beautiful that really needs their own treatment. Curls require more care than any other hair type. Once you've found out what suits your curls, you'll be the happiest lady or gentleman on the planet! If you don't know, your curls are a big frustration point.

      To find out what best suits your curls, you will discover below in a few steps what you should pay attention to. Take the information, don't rush it and you will really learn to love your curls again :)


      What is my curl type?

      A good start to creating a ritual for your curls is understanding and knowing your curl type. Then you can look further at what is important for your curls and how you can deal with this, and especially what you should not do. To find out, we use the most well-known method, namely that of André Walker. André's system is classified from type 1 to type 4. It is important to realize that you can also have a combination of curl types. Porosity and density also play an important role in choosing products that best suit your curls.

      If you fall into curl type 2 or 3 earlier, lighter products will suffice. If you have a strong curl, or curl type 4, you need 'heavier' products and oil to take good care of your curls.


      How can I get started right away with a curl package for my curls?

      Are you fed up with your curls, and don't want to read any further, but just get started right away? Do you want to get started with your curls right away, then sit down and only then go deeper into the fabric while your curls have already started their journey to their natural origin? We have put together curl care packages based on curl type. These curl packages have already made many curl types happy and their curls have come back to life! Do you want to get started right away and see below which package is suitable for your curls:


      Or check out these styling sets:


      Does the porosity and elasticity of my curls affect which care products I should purchase?

      A frequently asked question, and: this certainly has an effect on curl care! You've had tips that were absolutely fantastic for that person, and when you tried the same thing it didn't do anything for your curls. Or even worse, your curls became even worse than before. Not only your curl type is somewhat important, what is actually even more important is the porosity and elasticity of your curls. You find out if your curls are extremely thirsty or just a little bit.

      Through the elasticity of your curl you will discover whether your curls need protein, or not or perhaps a little bit. We have explained how you can discover this in an article. This way you can calmly get started with your curls step by step so that you can ultimately make the right choices for the right care of your curls. Check ' The tip so that you know what to look out for when caring for your curls ' so that you discover the porosity and elasticity of your curls.


      Are sulfates bad for my curls?

      First, we briefly explain what sulfates and parabens are. Sulfates are cleaners that rid your hair and scalp of dirt and grease. The most common sulfates are harsh cleaners because they are the cheapest to manufacture. You also have mild sulfates that are less damaging to your curls. However, nowadays it is very easy to find shampoos that are sulfate-free.

      Sulfates dry out your curls, and can cause scalp irritation. In any case, it is a step in the right direction if you start avoiding sulfates so that your curls do not dry out anymore. Hydrating is what it's all about in the end for a beautiful bunch of curls! However, it is advisable to use a shampoo with sulfates once in a while, why? So that your curls and your scalp are really well cleaned of product residues. Even if you do this once every two months, throwing away your current shampoo is not necessary.

      Do you want to know more about sulphates? That is of course possible and we understand that well. That is why we have devoted an article to this. We are happy to forward you to the article Everything you need to know about sulphates!


      Are parabens bad for my curls?

      Parabens are not necessarily very bad for your curls. Parabens are put in curl care as a preservative, it prevents your curl product from spoiling. However, natural preservatives are increasingly being used. These also simply ensure that curl products do not spoil and therefore remain good. You often have to keep these products in the fridge, because they consist of natural ingredients. This is not always the case, but read the label and you will know if it should be kept in the fridge or not. If you want to know more about parabens, we recommend that you go to the article ' Everything you need to know about parabens '.


      What is the effect of alcohol on my curls?

      When you think of alcohol in combination with your curls, you immediately think of dry hair. And that's usually true. There are a number of exceptions! If there is alcohol in a product that is extracted from a coconut or palm, or fat, then this alcohol does not have the drying effect of alcohol, which is bad for your beautiful curls. The alcohol from fat acts as an emulsifier, which means that water and oil can mix instead of being separated.

      The good alcohol, shall we say, hydrates your curls. And also that it keeps your curls hydrated. In addition, it ensures that your conditioner makes your curls feel soft and easy to comb. So not wrong. There are also some good alcohols that are added as a thickener. So if you buy a product and one of the following types of alcohol is on it? Then you don't have to worry!

      • Behenyl alcohol
      • cetearyl alcohol
      • Stearyl alcohol
      • cetyl alcohol
      • Myristyl alcohol
      • Lauryl alcohol
      • Benzyl alcohol
      • Propylene glycol

      Benzyl alcohol is added to a hair product as a preservative, but is therefore not harmful to your beautiful curls. Propylene glycol is in a hair product so that water is attracted and retained in your locks.


      What is the effect of silicone on my curls?

      Also with silicone you immediately think, that's bad for my curls! It closes my hair cuticles so that the hair can no longer absorb moisture. That is often true, but there is a difference in silicone. There are two types of silicone, one water-based and one oil-based. Water-based silicones can be rinsed out of your curls in no time, this does not cause a nasty build-up in your locks and scalp. That's exactly what you don't want. Oil-based silicone is a completely different story, you really have to wash it out with a good shampoo with sulfates. And that's exactly what you don't want, since this ensures that your curls get drier and drier!

      Silicone coats your locks and that is very nice at times - if you are going to style your hair with heat, for example. With this you protect your beautiful curls, and you can still style your curls.

      Which silicones are not bad and can you still use for your curls? Those are all silicones with the abbreviation PEG and PPG. In addition, the following silicones are also water soluble:

      • Dimethicone Copolyol
      • Lauryl Methicol Copolyol
      • Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein or Hydroxypropyl Polysiloxane

      Anything ending in cone, conol, col or xane are oil-based silicones and so cannot be rinsed out easily and can only be removed with harsh sulfates.


      I have dry curls, what can I do about it?

      Dry curls need intense care. In any case, it is important that you stop using oil-based silicones, harsh sulfates and parabens. In addition, it is extremely important that you use good care products that best suit your curls. A number of recommendations to give your hair a boost of moisture are:


      Which basic tips, tricks and facts about curls are an absolute must to know?

      Sometimes there are those basic tips, useful for everyone to know. This also applies to ladies and gentlemen with curls, especially curls that require extra attention. They are naturally dry, but once you find your own curl routine, it will radiate to every area of your life. Your curls shine every day, and especially if you know what your curls need:

      • Wash your curls with sulfate-free and mild shampoos
      • Wash once in a while with a sulfate shampoo to get your curls clean (prevent build-up)
      • Do not use oil-based silicone
      • Pay attention to what kind of alcohol is in the products (see above)
      • Curls are drier than normal hair, moisturize to the max!
      • Discover your curl type
      • Find a good curly hairdresser
      • Use hair products especially for your curls, there is always more care in this
      • Only comb your hair when it is wet and not when it is dry
      • Do not use a brush, but a wide-toothed comb. The fewer teeth in it, the less chance of breakage
      • Sleep on a satin pillowcase
      • Always put a care product in your curls after showering. Always!
      • Dry your hair with a diffuser if you do want to get started with a hair dryer
      • Always use a heat protectant when blow-drying your hair!
      • Always use a leave-in conditioner in addition to a conditioner


      What is a good base to start with my curl routine?

      A good curl routine is different for every curly hair. We always recommend starting with a base and that is a:


      Why do we recommend a base? Because this way you can see how your curls react to it. After about 2 weeks, look at your curls again and determine whether you need another leave-in conditioner or another curl product. You can start with too many products and that is not only a waste of money, it is also unclear which product does what for your hair. And why do we recommend after about 2 weeks to see what else you can do in your curling regime? Hair always needs time to get used to new care.


      What exactly does a curl cream do for my curls?

      Curl creams, you can't do without if you have curls. A good curl cream can make the difference in your curls, because they ensure that unruly frizzy curls and waves take their shape again. There are of course a lot of variants just like there are different types of curls. That is why we have dedicated a special article to this. In this way you can discover which curl creams best meet the needs of your curls and the requirements you set for them:

      Which curl cream best suits your curl type?


      What does deep conditioning do for my curls?

      Maybe you use a hair mask sometimes, or maybe even regularly. Deep conditioning is very similar to this. A deep conditioning is a conditioner that penetrates completely into your hair and is also extra caring. If you have dry and / or damaged curls, your hair can really need this. And what is the advantage of deep conditioning for your curls? It ensures that your extremely dry and / or damaged curls get healthier, more beautiful, shinier and more shape. It moisturizes, cares for and strengthens your curls. Your extremely dry curls become manageable and easy to comb again.

      A deep conditioner is a very rich and thick cream. Deep conditioning is all about the ingredients that are in it and not so much whether it is on the package or not. If you know whether your hair needs protein or more hydration, you know very well what to look for. Protein makes the curl stronger and healthy and hydration is all about hydrating your curl completely logically.


      What exactly about oils and curls?

      Oils provide nutrients to your curls and can make a huge difference. However, there is indeed a difference in which oil and especially what that oil does for your curl. So you may have used oil regularly that the result was worthless. This doesn't mean oil isn't good for your curls, but you probably used the wrong oil for your curl. There are heavy oils and light oils. One oil ensures that it seals your hair and the other oil ensures that your hair is nourished. That alone can indicate misuse of oil on curls and hair in general.

      Studies have shown that using oils rich in linoleic acid, oleic acid and palmitic acid forms a protective layer around your hair. This protective layer ensures that your curls are better protected against breakage. Think of combing your hair or clothing that your curls keep rubbing over. The protective layer created by the oil around your hair also ensures that your curls are less dry. If you use an oil treatment for your curls on a regular basis, you will eventually suffer less from split ends! So only pluses, oil for the hair. But which oil suits your curls? That is the question of course!

      Before we go any further it is important that you know that there are two types of oils, sealer oil and moisturizing oils.

      • Moisturizing oils called moisturizers
      • Oils that seal your hair, called sealers.


      Which oil is best for my curls?

      Now that you know exactly what oil and curls are all about, let's move on to which oil does what. This way you can determine which oil or oils you can best use for your curling routine!

      Jojoba Oil ( sealer oil ) is a light oil. Jojoba oil is similar to the natural oil your scalp and body produces. We also know this as sebum. Jojoba oil has an anti-inflammatory effect and it also has antibacterial properties. Jojoba oil is a strong restorative conditioner for your curls, because it ensures that excessive sebum is delayed (greasy hair) and at the same time ensures that a dry scalp is soothed. In addition, it moisturizes your curls. Jojoba oil is ideal to use if you dye your curls, because it ensures that your hair color is preserved longer.

      Argan oil ( sealer oil ) is a very well-known and widely used oil for the hair. It is ideal to prevent frizzy curls. The fatty acids in argan oil also protect your hair. This way you can limit the damage while washing and styling your curls. Weakened hair benefits greatly from argan oil, because it improves the bounce and shine of the hair. It also strengthens your hair ends.

      Coconut oil ( moisturizer ) is a wildly popular oil that almost everyone seems to use on their hair. This is of course not for nothing, because coconut oil is one of the few oils that can penetrate the hair shaft. This protects your hair from the inside. Coconut oil can be a great addition, but it's important to see how your curls react to it. Some ladies get stiff hair from this. Women sometimes even get flakes in their hair. In that case you can mix coconut oil with sunflower oil.

      Sunflower oil ( moisturizer ) is an oil that everyone has at home. This oil can also penetrate your hair shaft, but it does not protect your hair from the inside like coconut oil does. Sunflower oil is ideally suited for fluffy curls.

      Monoi Oil ( moisturizer ) is an oil that is ideal against frizzy curls, brittle hair and also preventing split ends. Monoi Oil is a restorative, moisturizing oil ideal for very dry and damaged curls. It has the same properties as coconut oil.

      Avocado oil ( sealer oil ) is ideal for nutrition for your curls and their recovery. It is ideal for medium to high porosity curls. Dry hair and dyed curls really get better from avocado oil. Avocado oil provides your curls with vitamins and fatty acids. It takes care of your scalp and it also slows down (if used correctly) hair loss. The most important thing for high porosity hair is that the oil strengthens your hair, increases the vitality of your curls and that your hair gets shine again. The ends of the hair are also protected.

      Castor oil ( sealer oil ) is better known as castor oil, or perhaps you know it as castor oil. Castor oil is often used to stimulate hair growth, not just on the scalp. It is also widely used as a natural eyelash serum or for eyebrow growth. Castor oil is thick and it is rough, it seals your hair. Not recommended for low porosity hair.

      Sweet Almond Oil ( sealer oil ) is extremely suitable for medium and very porous hair. If you suffer from an itchy and dry scalp, sweet almond oil is ideal to use for relief. Almond oil stimulates the blood flow of your (scalp) skin and contains magnesium. Use of magnesium plays a major role in hair loss. Sweet almond oil restores hair ends, protects and prevents moisture loss. Your hair becomes soft, shiny and elastic.

      Olive oil ( sealer oil ) has everyone's house and is an ideal oil to use for your curls. Olive oil contains vitamin E and squalene. Olive oil ensures that your scalp gets natural protection. It contains more squalene than argan oil, so it is great to use if your scalp needs extra attention. Olive oil makes your curls smooth without making them greasy. Olive oil is ideal for dry or porous hair. Olive oil ensures that your curls are less frizzy and static. It takes care of coarse and damaged curls and makes your hair strands smooth, soft and shiny again.


      How can I simply and above all practically add oil to my curling regimen?

      A question with a simple answer. The easiest way is to add a few drops to the shampoo. An easy way to give your hair extra care and your hair will feel less dry after washing with a shampoo.

      You can also add a few drops to deep conditioning, which we already discussed above.

      Which is also done, but in practice it is less practical, a hot oil treatment. Put different oils together and warm up and give your hair a boost.


      Is the Curly Girl Method also suitable for my curls?

      The Curly Hair Method has been developed for natural curls. Lorraine Massey is the founder of this method. Of course there are different types of curls, but the basis of this method is applicable to all curls. You use a sulfate-free shampoo or no shampoo for your curls. You mainly use it for your scalp. The conditioner you use is free of silicones and mineral oils. You dry your curls by squeezing - 'scrunching' - with a cotton t-shirt, microfiber cloth or pillowcase. This method uses regular gel because it's light and your curls won't sag. The gel is of course free of sulphates, silicones, parabens and alcohol.

      If you want to know everything about the Curly Girl Method, our team would like to refer you to the very extensive article The Curly Girl Method: from A to Z .


      Does Haarspullen.nl also have products that are Curly Girl Method proof?

      We certainly have, and this is constantly being updated. On the page The Curly Girl Method: from A to Z you will find all hair products that we currently have in our range that are Curly Girl proof. This article is constantly being updated so that you are always up to date about our webshop and the Curly Girl Method.


      Where can I ask my question about curls?

      After informing and exploring, are you still not quite sure what your curls need? Or are you hesitating between two curling creams? Enlist the help of our team! Ask your question via [email protected] or call us during office hours. We know how annoying it is if you don't have the right care for your curls, it's better to make the right choice well-informed than to order something that is very disappointing!