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Keeping Curly Hair Beautiful

Curly hair can be a challenge to keep it looking its best.  If you treat curls gently and maintain your hair's moisture balance, then you can have beautiful and bountiful curls.

Use the following suggestions with the KMS Curl Up line to create the curl of your dreams.

(Image of actress Rachel McAdams who has naturally curly tresses but usually wears them either straight or with slight curls and waves - Image from DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved)

Step 1 - Begin with Curl Up Shampoo.  Remember to use lukewarm water, never hot, which can dry out fragile ringlets.

Step 2 - Apply Curl Up Curl Prepare starting at the ends and work it up the hair shaft to the root. It is also a good idea to gently comb Curl Up Curl Prepare through your hair with a wide tooth comb.

Step 3 - Use a patting motion to towel dry hair. Never rub your curls dry. This will aggravate the curl and cause unmanageable frizz and breakage.   If you prefer, you can pat hair dry and plomp it while it dries slight.

Step 4 - Always apply Curl up Curling Balm starting at the ends and working it up to the root.  Take your time and do not pull tresses.  Hair is most fragile when it's wet.

Step 5 - When blow-drying, always use a long finger diffuser attachment, Curl Up Bounce Back Spray and your fingers to gently scrunch your curls.

This will help keep your curls full and beautiful all day.

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