Questions and answers

Is gel good for scrunching hair?

Is gel good for scrunching hair?

If you experience some light crunch from your gel, she recommends scrunching it out half way through diffusing or before it dries for those who prefer air drying. Scrunch hair from roots to ends as you’re diffusing until the texture meets your liking.

Is scrunching bad for curly hair?

Over scrunching your hair and touching your hair too much actually causes frizz and breakage. When your fingers touch your hair too much, they can actually steal away essential oils, leading to dry and easily broken hair strands.

Does scrunching help curls?

It works especially well on wavy and curly hair to add some bounce and reduce that pesky frizz. Scrunching straight hair can lend it tons of texture and give it some gorgeous beachy waves.

How do you scrunch straight hair to make it curly?

Place your blow-dryer (with the diffuser attached) at the ends of your hair. Move the blow-dryer upward toward your scalp, moving your hair up in the process, then scrunch your ends up in the same fashion with your hands. Repeat, repeat, repeat!

Does hair get curlier with curly girl method?

2 Answers. Your hair doesn’t “get curlier” however, through the CG method, your hair reaches the maximum/optimum moisture level, and you know this has been achieved because your curls are more defined giving the “illusion” that your hair is curlier!

Can you use a diffuser on straight hair to make it curly?

If you have straight hair, but you want it to look wavy, you can still use a hair dryer diffuser. Once your hair has dried up, apply hair mousse so you can easily make your straight hair wavy. Now, use the hair dryer diffuser to create waves. You can do this by using your fingers to massage from the roots to the ends.

Why is my curly hair not soft?

Why Isn’t My Curly Hair Soft? If your tresses are feeling brittle or rough, chances are it’s due to some combination of damage, dryness and harsh products. In many cases, softer curlier hair can be achieved by making a few small tweaks to your curly hair regimen. The important thing is to listen to your curls!