How to Maintain Tightly Curled Black hair

Natural, tightly curled black  is extremely attractive and popular among African-American women. However, this style is prone to dryness and shrinkage, which makes it difficult to maintain. Use a leave-in conditioner like SheaMoisture’s Red Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Curl Stretch Pudding, which helps lengthen that. For a thick and voluminous feel, use castor oil. Jamaican black castor oil is a great choice, as it is extremely hydrating.

Tight Curls Black Style


A tight curly black style is a must-have for black women who want to emphasize their natural beauty. Afro styles are harmonious and look great on black ladies with natural hair. A curly short lady mane will be a good choice for those who love bangs. This style looks good with an oblong face shape and a high forehead. It does not stretch out the face and the volume on the sides balances out the features.

Tight Curls and Blue Anime Model


Many African-American women are going back to their roots, sporting natural, gorgeous curly hair. Tight curls are a great example of this. In the 90s, high school girls had heavily gelled hair, tumbling down in spirals. This style is still popular today. The following tips will help you maintain your natural hair while adding volume to the ends and sides. Here are some tips for taming your curls: