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3 Reasons Why You Should Try the Curly Girl Method

The Curly Girl Method can be pretty high maintenance. There's a lot of products you need to use, and a lot more you need to avoid. You might be wondering, does it really work? 

If you already spent time googling up this method, or if you already have CGM products added to cart, but you're still unsure, then this article is for you.

Here we list three reasons why the Curly Girl Method is worth the try (and why is it hyped)!

1. Healthier Curls

The whole point of the Curly Girl Method is to protect your curls. For instance, CGM-approved shampoos do not contain harsh chemicals, such as sulfates and parabens, that are typically found in regular shampoos. This is why it's also common for CGM approved products to have natural ingredients. 

By using these right products at the right time, you can prevent frizz, dryness, and damage. CGM emphasizes on getting moisture to your curls, and not just moisture, but the balance of moisture too.  

2. More Defined curls

When it comes to hair--as it goes without saying-- the healthier, the more beautiful!

With CGM, you'll be surprised at how the strands you thought were merely clumped frizz would turn out to be curls! You'll get more defined, bouncier curls.

What's really amazing about CGM is that there's no single routine for all types of curls. Your CGM routine will depend on your curl type and curl porosity. You'll also learn to add more products you didn't think were needed, such as stylers, but are real game changers. 

3. More Confidence for your Natural Curls

You won't need to hide your curls anymore. You won't have to put them up in a bun or cut them out with scissors. With CGM, you'll achieve the curls you won't be able to resist flaunting!

You'll also feel a lot more confident when you get to know your own hair. You'll learn what's your curl type and curl porosity, and you'll feel more confident to explore what works for your curls. 

 

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