How to make african american hair curly without it frizzing up?

I want my hair to be nice and curly, without it frizzing up after a couple hours. I have african american hair, its relaxed and I tried products that are suppose to make our hair curly but its failed. please tell me any ideas or tricks you have. NO WEAVE,r:3,s:104&tx=-41&ty=-102
^ heres a link to how I’m hoping my hair could look like.

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5 Responses to How to make african american hair curly without it frizzing up?

  1. Karma C says:

    I also have african american hair which is relaxed. I don’t have time for rollers so at night or when I have a few hours on hand I do bantu knots. You will get a head full of curls and a moisturizer will keep the hair from frizzing. Check the video out below which is from a girl that I am subscribed to. The product that they have on the market that’s supposed to make your hair curly wont work on relaxed hair because it is chemically treated therefore it wont work unless you are natural

  2. Erin Lee says:

    You should moisturise your hair with olive oil at night and wrap your hair in plastic. This is so it doesn’t frizz when you curl it. Then put your hair in the right size curlers you would need for that hairstyle and only curl your hair when it is dry.

    Good luck 🙂

  3. Jessica says:

    The only for sure way to get this style with relaxed hair is curling irons/rollers.

    Most curling gels/pudding/lotions are there just to enhance your natural curls but relaxed hair no longer has that curl so they dont work 🙁

    but a few people with relaxed hair have had some luck with Aveda Be Curly so maybe you can give that a try and see if it works for you

  4. Sarah says:

    try sfactor silky smooth serum along with one curl at a time curl serum also you could try curlesque by TIGI shampoo and conditioner i use all of the above when I don’t flat iron it straight and like how my hair looks and feels I was nervous at first because I thought it was just for white hair so I tried it on a weekend but it worked frizz free all day also condition everyday leave shampoo alone for as long as you can comb with wide tooth comb pat water out with towel at the ends and let air dry work products from ends to scalp shampoo and conditioner from ends to scalp also and when you rinse your conditioner rinse with cold water it will seal your cuticle shut giving it a smooth appearance

  5. missmarq3 says:

    First, shampoo and condition your hair. While wet, apply a leave-in conditioner ( I personally like Lacio Lacio but there are other good leave-in condittioners, you just have to find the right one that your hair will like), and a light serum or oil. Most people use coconut oil because it’s lightweight, and helps keep moisture in the hair, avoiding the frizzy look. If you use coconut oil, use VERY LITTLE, a little goes a long way.

    After applying your leave-in and serum, take small sections of hair and twist them into two-strand twists or pigtails (just like mama used to do when you were little). The smaller the sections, the fuller the look.

    After completing a twist, twist the twist around and secure it with a bobby pin. Here is a lonk of what it should look like when you’re done.

    Let your hair dry completely before taking down each section. Failure to do so will lead to frizz and a messy incomplete look.

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