Each person has a hair type and also a hair size, but did you know that for each of them, you need to take special care? Yes, that’s why we’re going to show you here both a step-by-step guide on how to care for your hair and also the hair variations.

What types of hair sizes are there?

There are several types of hair, and they are generally classified based on the texture and shape of the strands. Straight hair is characterized by smooth strands without noticeable curves or waves. It can vary from fine to thick and from smooth to very smooth.

Wavy hair has a slight curvature in the form of waves along the strands. Curls can be loose or more defined, depending on the density and texture of the hair. In the case of curly hair, it has more defined and pronounced curls compared to wavy hair. Curls can range from loose to tight, creating a curlier texture.

Curly hair has very tight and defined curls, forming a dense, spiraling texture. This type of hair may appear drier and require specific care to maintain hydration.

In addition to these main categories, it is important to note that each hair type can have variations and combinations. For example, someone may have hair that is straight at the roots and wavy at the ends, or curls that are looser in certain areas and tighter in others.

What are the steps to take care of each hair type?

I will describe the basic steps to take care of each type of hair: straight, wavy, curly, and frizzy. However, it’s important to remember that each hair is unique, so you may need to adjust these steps according to your hair’s specific needs.

For straight hair, wash it with a mild shampoo to remove dirt and product buildup. Use a light conditioner to moisturize your hair, focusing on the ends. Avoid heavy products that can leave your hair oily or lacking volume.

If you need volume, opt for texturizing products or mousse to give your hair more body. And finally, blow-dry your hair using a round brush to add volume and movement.

Para o cabelo ondulado lave com um shampoo hidratante para evitar ressecamento. Use um moisturizing conditioner, applying it mainly to the ends and gently untangle the strands with your fingers or a wide-toothed comb while the conditioner is in the hair.

To define waves, use a styling cream or gel while your hair is still damp and let your hair dry naturally, or use a diffuser to prevent frizz and preserve your curls.

In the case of curly hair, use a moisturizing or specific shampoo for curly hair to maintain moisture. Apply a conditioner rich in moisture, leaving it to act for a few minutes before rinsing, and avoid combing your hair while it is dry to avoid frizz. Gently detangle during the shower with your fingers or a wide-toothed comb.

In this case, use leave-in products such as creams or gels to define and hydrate the curls and opt for drying techniques that preserve the shape of the curls, such as the “plopping” technique or drying with a diffuser.

For frizzy hair, wash with a moisturizing or specific shampoo for frizzy hair. Use a nourishing conditioner or intensive treatment mask to replenish moisture and carefully detangle your strands while the conditioner is in your hair.

Also apply leave-in products like oils or creams to seal in moisture define curls, and avoid over-combing or manipulating hair after washing to preserve curls and prevent frizz.

What are the best products for daily care for each hair type?

The choice of products for daily hair care largely depends on the individual needs of each hair type. For straight hair, gentle or clarifying shampoos to remove excess oil without drying out hair, lightweight conditioner to moisturize without weighing down strands, volumizing spray or mousse to add body and texture to fine hair, and lightweight hair oil to soften ends and add shine without weight.

In the case of wavy hair, moisturizing shampoos to maintain moisture and define waves, moisturizing conditioner to detangle and define waves, styling cream or gel to define and control frizz, and texturizing spray to enhance waves and add volume.

For curly hair, sulfate-free or specific shampoo for curly hair to gently cleanse without stripping natural oils, moisturizing conditioner or intensive treatment mask to nourish and define curls, styling cream or leave-in conditioner to hydrate, define, and control frizz and gel to define curls and provide light hold.

And for frizzy hair, moisturizing shampoo or co-wash (cleansing conditioner) to gently cleanse without stripping natural oils, nourishing treatment mask or leave-in conditioner to deeply hydrate strands, hair oil or shea butter to seal in moisture and provide softness and shine and gel or cream to define curls and reduce frizz.

But of course, each hair is unique and you can vary the use of products to leave it in the best possible shape.




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