Curly Hair

Put the flat iron away because curls are taking over the world right now! More and more people on social media have been discovering and embracing their natural curls with nourishing treatments, targeted products and specific styling tools. If you are struggling with frizzy, unstructured hair, chances are you’ve got some curls that have been hiding from the spotlight and need a boost of confidence.

Our range of curly hair friendly products will take those lacklustre curls and transform them, making them more hydrated, defined and bouncier than ever. We have everything from curl defining and anti-frizz shampoo and conditioner to nourishing leave-in treatments, masks, lotions and creams as well as styling mousse, styling foam and beach waves spray.

Shop hair care products for curly hair from brands including Cake, Marc Anthony and TIGI at Cosmetic Capital. Buy now and pay later methods Afterpay and zipPay are also available.

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Curly hair styles and curly hair products are trending right now, and Cosmetic Capital has a huge range of Hair Care items available online in Australia. Short curly hair styles can be used to accentuate different features of your face and salon professional brands like Marc Anthony have developed specialist curly products to assist! If you are looking for something special to repair your hair look no further than the Olaplex bond repairing range. Maybe you are after Skincare or Makeup, luckily we have thousands of beauty items from best-selling brands like NYX and L’Oreal available at the lowest prices online.

How to get curly hair

Not everyone wants dead straight hair and instead you might want to embrace your unique curls. But using a curling iron can be a chore, so we’ve hand-picked the best ways to naturally curl your hair!

  1. Twist and Press method

After finishing your shower, avoid the rough rubbing motion to dry your hair. This method can actually crush natural curls and encourage the dreaded frizz.

Instead, take your towel and then press and twist your hair to dry it. This method stops the vigorous rubbing that pushes the hair cuticles upwards, which creates frizz.

The twist and press method of drying hair will ensure your curls are naturally curlier!

  1. Comb instead of brush

Using a hairbrush can cause breakage and iron out the natural shape of your curls. Curly hair is also more brittle and dry, so a hairbrush may be too rough.

Instead, use a wide-toothed comb to untangle your hair while you condition in the shower. Leave it after that.

  1. Feather the ends of your hair at the salon

Your hair stylist would know this trick. Ask them to feather the ends of your hair with a razor or scissors. This will create a strong, natural curl.

This works in the same way as scraping the edge of a ribbon with a scissor – it always results in an immediate curl.

  1. Curl cremes are your best friend

Curl cremes are lighter than oils and serums, which is exactly what you need to reform your curls each time.

Use a curl crème on your mid-lengths to ends and the results will speak for themselves.

  1. Use a diffuser when blow drying

You always want to use a diffuser for evening out curl patterns. To give your curls some more defined shape, turn your hairdryer on the low setting and drop them into the diffuser.

  1. Ditch the anti-frizz products

Contrary to popular belief, anti-frizz products will weigh your hair down, which is not what you want if you’re looking to show off your curls.

Find a lightweight shampoo that will assist dry hair (as curly hair is often dry) but will assist defining your curls.

  1. Use mousse products

Mousse is the curl-lovers essential product. The malleable proteins strengthen your curls without causing stiffness.

  1. Go light on hairspray

Don’t make the mistake of using a strong-hold hairspray to lock your curls in place. Instead, go with a light-hold hairspray that won’t compromise on movement.

  1. Deep condition your hair twice a month

Your curls need nourishment to encourage a bounce t