The secret to happy and healthy 4C curls.
4C hair is bares a lot of resemblance to 4B hair. It’s important to note that the former is more tightly coiled than the latter. Some women who have 4C hair describe their curl pattern as being virtually nonexistent. The truth is that the it’s just a really tight coil. 4C hair can be defined by twisting, braiding or shingling and is beautiful when styled in any of the ways we illustrate below!
If you’re looking to learn more about your 4C hair type, 4C hair texture and which products are the best for you, then read on:
Must-Have Products for 4C Hair
Women with hair type 4C curls will notice that your hair is on the coarser side. It’s important to incorporate moisturizing hair products into your routine. Make sure to moisturize daily and to only comb through your hair when it’s primed with the right products to avoid breakage. The following products will hydrate your strands and make it easier to detangle them:
Suave Professionals Coconut Milk Deep Moisture Conditioner is a great way to hydrate 4C type hair and create the slippery texture required for damage-free combing. Use after cleansing with Suave Professionals Coconut Milk Deep Moisture Shampoo as the system is infused with the moisturizing power of coconut milk and quenches even the driest strands.
Alternatively, you can use Nexxus Humectress Moisture Restoring Masque to bind moisture deep within each hair fiber to create a protective barrier of moisture within hair types 4C (and beyond). This hair mask provides deeply intense hydration without weighing your strands down.
Last but certainly not least, we would suggest trying Dove Quench Absolute Intense Restoration Mask. This product helps prevent frizz and reduces breakage. It also helps give your curls a healthy dose of definition which makes styling much easier.