How Do I Choose the Best Texturizing Cream?

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Textured hair styles are the most appropriate for individuals with curly locks or for people who have layered cuts. Choosing a texturizing cream first depends on whether you want to relax curls or to add wave to straight locks. A texturizing cream comes in the form of a semi-permanent chemical relaxer or as a temporary styling solution. You might consider seeking a professional hair stylist’s advice before using a chemical relaxer on your own. No matter which type of cream you choose, it is important that you limit the use of heated tools in order to reduce the amount of frizz in your hair.

Professional grade styling products were once used exclusively by hair salons, but such tools are now sold to the public in beauty supply stores and online. If you are looking for a texturizing cream, it is first important to determine what kind of results that you want. Some creams add manageability to curls and waves, while others are used to add volume to layered hair of all kinds of locks. Texturizing creams that are designed to relax curls are generally more expensive because they contain more chemicals.


In order to add semi-permanent texture and manageability to your curls, you will want to look for a chemical relaxer at a beauty supply store. You can choose versions that do not contain lye, and some of the formulas are even organic. Such relaxers are ideal if you want permanent texture because the results tend to last up to six weeks when the product is applied correctly. You might consider seeing a hair stylist if you have never applied a chemical texturizing product in order to minimize any damage to your locks. If you are looking for a more temporary solution, you should consider a basic texturizing cream sold at salons or drugstores.

Texturizing creams are often used in conjunction with heated styling tools, such as a blow dryer. Utilizing such appliances on a daily basis can become a concern for anyone, due to the fact that they strip the cuticle of moisture and have the potential to damage your hair. Curly-haired individuals are especially susceptible to frizz, so limiting the use of heated tools like blow dryers and flat irons can help. If you use a relaxer, you might not have to rely on these appliances as often because the results of the chemicals are permanent. Make sure that you mist a heat protector spray on your hair before applying any form of heat in order to reduce the risk of damage and frizz.


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