3 Tips On How To Refresh Old Curls!

Oh hey there! i hope you are excited about this blog post because i struggled to learn how to refresh my curls for the second, third and even fourth day after my fresh wash and go. Am i the only one who loves how their second/third day curls look? it looks so much bigger and frizzy it’s the best!

Today i will break down in 3 simple steps how i refresh my curls!

This little routine and products are the best for the summer and i am sure your second/third day curls will look SO CUTE!

LET’S GO!

3 TIPS ON HOW TO REFRESH YOUR OLD CURLS

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You need to have a spray bottle with water to make your hair damp and my tip *DON’T DRENCH YOUR HAIR* separate your hair in 4 sections (2 sections in the front and two in the back) wet one section at a time to ACTIVATE the products you put previously.

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Once your section is nice and damp, apply your favorite leave in or conditioner. The conditioner i am using at the moment is the OGX COCONUT CURLS and honestly is the best conditioner i’ve tried so far because the formula is super light (And it smells amazing)

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So after you put your leave in or conditioner, make sure you use a LIGHT gel or LIGHT cream. I say LIGHT because i prefer light curls and bouncier curls during the summer. In the winter we need those layers of moisture because our hair is a lot more dehydrated in the cold but in the summer make sure you go light on the products. 🙂

That’s it! i hope you learned a thing or two and make sure to tag me when you upload your 2nd or 3rd day old curls using this method so i could see it! #OMGCURL

XX

Melody

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