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  1. The Benefits of Sulphate-Free Shampoo for Curly Hair

    The Benefits of Sulphate-Free Shampoo for Curly Hair

    Let’s all be honest, it’s a great time have natural curly hair. The last few years have seen a boom in curly hair trends (thankyou social media) and we’re now super aware of what our hair needs, and more importantly, doesn’t need! Thinking back, the most significant change has probably been how easily accessible sulphate-free shampoo is now! Interestingly though, we’ve spoken to several people who use sulphate-free shampoo but don’t actually know why it’s better for curly hair than conventional formulas. So in today’s blog, we’re going to take a look at what it is and why it’s particularly beneficial for curly and afro hair types.

     

    Most traditional shampoos contain sulphates, which create the lather that we are used to

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  2. The Benefits of Almond, Avocado, Coconut & Monoi Oils for Curly Hair

    The Benefits of Almond, Avocado, Coconut & Monoi Oils for Curly Hair

    How often have you found a new product containing interesting ingredients but little idea whether it’s beneficial for you? It happens to us almost daily! And so much so, we’ve decided this blog is going to discuss the benefits of specific ingredients. Obviously, this could cover quite literally, 100s of elements! So we’re going to focus on natural oils and discuss a few of the most effective ones.

    We know the structure of curly hair makes it particularly susceptible to dryness and breakage, hence it’s essential to keep it healthy, moisturised and hydrated. However, in our experience, oils are often neglected for other types of spray or leave-in conditioners. Usually this is because people worry about their hair ap

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  3. Curl up this winter

    The winter season is here and that doesn’t mean it’s time for your curls to hibernate under a cosy beanie! It’s time for endless parties with friends and families and many perfect opportunities to get your winter curls into the limelight.

    Although all hair needs a little extra TLC in the winter, tightly curled or wavy hair, such as African or Caribbean type hair is particularly susceptible to dryness and damage in the colder months.

     

    Ever wondered why?

    Well, its cortical cells are made of a combined para-cortex and ortho-cortex structure, which gives it a unique curl shape, elasticity and texture that distinguishes it from other types of hair. Due to its curly structure, the c

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  4. Superhaircare curl community

    Welcome to the Superhaircare blog. Keep an eye out for our upcoming community pieces where we will be discussing all things curly!

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