Best Ways to Part curly hair


Use a Make-up Brush, Pencil, or Tail Comb

Touching your curly hair too much can ruin the curls and make them frizzy. The best way to part curly hair is to use the back of a thin make-up brush, tail comb, or pencil. With the pointed side go straight into your hair and then gently pull the hair to the side. Avoid touching the hair with your hand. Use your hands only if you have to detangle hair.

Written by Lisa Adams
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