5 Reasons You Should Embrace Your Curly Hair

God has blessed me with extremely curly hair, which I have only come to love in my adult life. I have spent count less hours trying to blow dry, flat iron, and crimp away my curls. As a teen I dreamed of long silky hair, but now there are plenty of reasons why I love my mane. Here are 5 reasons why curly heads should embrace their curls.

1. Natural is just SO much easier
Think about all the time you will be saving just embracing your natural curl pattern? If I could go back, I would have spent those hours productively, rather in my bathroom trying to do something with my hair. It’s so much easier to just wash, style and go.

2. You won’t miss that flat iron smell
The one thing I hated about doing my hair, was that flat iron burn smell. Now, I was young and had no idea about buying better appliances that wouldn’t burn my hair but who wants their hair to smell like burnt trees?

3. There are plenty of products and gurus out today for guidance
I didn’t have @SunkissAlba or @LayanBubbly to help guide me with how to use deep condition treatments, or how to style my curls so they don’t fall flat. There are so many curly hair products to choose from, and youtubers to show you the way. Don’t feel like you are in this alone.

4. Heat Damage will be a thing of the past
You ever notice how some of your hair curls where some other parts are either straight
or wavy? Thats caused by the heat damage and you won’t miss that when you go natural. I hated having some really curly strands and some straight ones. It’s not cute at all. Once you embrace your curls it will take a while for them to fully recover, but heat damage will be a thing of the past.

5. Your Curls are unique
Although there has been a recent wave of curly heads, not everyones curls are the same. You have curly hair for a reason, don’t go damaging it because of what society thinks. Our hair was meant to be run free, and the faster we embrace that the easier managing our hair will be.

5 Reasons You Should Embrace Your Curly Hair

God has blessed me with extremely curly hair, which I have only come to love in my adult life. I have spent count less hours trying to blow dry, flat iron, and crimp away my curls. As a teen I dreamed of long silky hair, but now there are plenty of reasons why I love my mane. Here are 5 reasons why curly heads should embrace their curls.

1. Natural is just SO much easier
Think about all the time you will be saving just embracing your natural curl pattern? If I could go back, I would have spent those hours productively, rather in my bathroom trying to do something with my hair. It’s so much easier to just wash, style and go.

2. You won’t miss that flat iron smell
The one thing I hated about doing my hair, was that flat iron burn smell. Now, I was young and had no idea about buying better appliances that wouldn’t burn my hair but who wants their hair to smell like burnt trees?

3. There are plenty of products and gurus out today for guidance
I didn’t have @SunkissAlba or @LayanBubbly to help guide me with how to use deep condition treatments, or how to style my curls so they don’t fall flat. There are so many curly hair products to choose from, and youtubers to show you the way. Don’t feel like you are in this alone.

4. Heat Damage will be a thing of the past
You ever notice how some of your hair curls where some other parts are either straight
or wavy? Thats caused by the heat damage and you won’t miss that when you go natural. I hated having some really curly strands and some straight ones. It’s not cute at all. Once you embrace your curls it will take a while for them to fully recover, but heat damage will be a thing of the past.

5. Your Curls are unique
Although there has been a recent wave of curly heads, not everyones curls are the same. You have curly hair for a reason, don’t go damaging it because of what society thinks. Our hair was meant to be run free, and the faster we embrace that the easier managing our hair will be.

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