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Article: CG mistakes you would rather not make

CG fouten die je liever niet wilt maken

CG mistakes you would rather not make

❌ Do not use a mask

Use a mask and deep conditioner once a week, this gives extra moisture/nutrition to your curls


❌ Comb your hair when it is dry

This causes a lot of hair loss and makes it break faster!


❌ Do not thoroughly clean your hair monthly

Using a clarifying shampoo once a month removes all the dirt and build-up from your hair and ensures that your hair is completely clean again. Products are better absorbed and curl definition is restored


❌ Use a normal towel to dry your hair

Experience the difference with a microfiber towel or a t-shirt. This prevents frizz and hair breakage.


❌ Not using enough product

This means that you must cover all hair with product, distribute it in your hair and then comb it through thoroughly. Otherwise you're likely to end up with a combination of defined curls and strands with less curl and more frizz.


❌ Using too much product

So you should not use too much product from your scalp. Start applying the product a few inches from your scalp, making sure to distribute it evenly so that one half of your hair doesn't have more product than the other half. If you have fine hair, it is not useful to use a lot of product, as this can weigh it down, resulting in saggy curls.


❌Touching your hair when it is wet

You create extra frizz if you pick your hair too much while drying, in the air or with a diffuser. You don't want this. So, no matter how difficult it is, only do this when it is completely dry.



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