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Curls are beautifully unique and they need to be treated differently to straight hair. Traditional salons may not have been specifically trained in how to cut curls and a haircut can make or break your curls. 

A curl specialist hairdresser has been trained to take care of your gorgeous curls to ensure you get the best results!

Understand Your Unique Curl Pattern

All curl patterns are different and with a curly trained hairdresser, you can be sure that they understand your individual curl type. From loose waves to tight coils, every curl type requires a tailored approach to cutting, styling, and caring for it properly. Curl specialists have the knowledge and expertise to identify your specific curl pattern and recommend the best techniques and products to enhance its natural beauty. They’ll also understand how much it will spring up once it has been cut and styled. 

Tailored Curl-Cutting Techniques

It’s not a one-size fits all approach with a curl specialist. A curl specialist hairdresser will always consult with you, asking about your curls and styling routine. This is to make sure that they give you the best style that will fit in with your needs.

They take the time to understand your hair and how the curls will fall into place after a haircut. There are so many different curl-cutting techniques and many curly hairdressers prefer to start cutting curls when they’re dry. Curly hair tends to shrink and bounce up when it’s dry, so it can look a lot different when the hair is wet. Cutting the hair dry ensures you’re getting the best length and shaping for your curl type. This will make it easier when you’re styling your curls at home.

Curl-Friendly Products

A curly hairdresser will only use the best curl-friendly techniques and products to make the most of your hair. This means using products that are free of ingredients that can be harsh on curls, like sulfates and silicones. Moisture is key for curls so they will use products rich in moisture to protect and nourish the hair. They should also have the holy grail of curl styling tools - a diffuser. This will gently enhance and define your curls with minimal frizz.

A curl specialist hairdresser can also make product recommendations based on your curl type. Of course, if you see Only Curls on their shelf, you know you’re in the right place! 

Need a little more convincing? Check out Richard from Cyrl Cymru in action. He's a curl specialist hairdresser and Only Curls stockist based in Aberystwyth, Wales.

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We love working with many curly salons across the UK who stock our products and love using them on their clients. Check out our Salon Locator to find your nearest curly salon. Your curls will have never looked so good!

Over 200 curl specialist hairdressers in the UK use Only Curls. Try everything they use in salons with the Try Everything Curl Kit

Pre-poo is short for pre-shampoo, and it is an essential step in curl care that involves prepping your hair with a treatment before shampooing. This offers numerous benefits, including strengthening and softening the hair, as well as making your curls easier to detangle. By incorporating a pre-poo treatment into your routine, you can protect your hair and reduce breakage, ensuring your curls stay healthy and hydrated.

If you’ve researched curly hair, you’ll have seen the word “plopping” come up a lot. What could it possibly mean?! We’re here to help you master the art of plopping and create gorgeous defined curls. Let’s dive into the world of plopping curly hair and explore the different methods - dry plopping, micro-plopping, and wet plopping.

Detangling curly hair can be a daunting task, but with the right techniques and products, it doesn't have to be. People with curly and wavy hair often avoid brushing it regularly because the curls can wrap around each other easily and get knotted. Brushing curly hair often makes it more frizzy and curly hair is typically dry, which leads to further tangles and frizz. Here’s our guide on how to effectively detangle your hair and the best Only Curls products to help you achieve smooth, tangle-free curls.


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