Top Hair Care Tips For Every Hair Types

Sometimes, it can be quite difficult to deal with your hair. There are so many things to think about and to consider that we can barely deal with our locks properly. So, to help you out, here are some pro tips you can use to deal with common hair dilemmas.





Almost all women in this world want to have thick, healthy hair. Who doesn’t? It’s the perfect symbol of health and beauty. But, as they say, some good things come with a price. In this case, it is the difficulty to get your hair to dry. Thick haired women know the struggle and it is definitely real. Drying your hair in the morning is a task and tends to eat most of your time in the morning. So, how do you fix this? Use your hands first. Drying dripping hair with a hair dryer can be quite a task. Start by removing excess water with your towel first and rough-dry your hair with your fingers until it is about 80 percent dry. Once you have achieved this, use a round brush and dry your hair with a blow dryer by section, pulling it downward to make your hair sleek and smooth. For added shine, use DKoye’s The Smoothing Cream to remove frizz and make your hair more manageable and shiny.



Summer is almost here and it only means one thing; waves. We’re not just talking about the waves we catch on the water. Wavy hair will be in this season and trust that you will find women everywhere rocking his fresh look. However, one thing that is quite difficult to accomplish with this style is texture. So, how to make your waves look more gorgeous? Apply DKoye’s The Cream on your hair and put them on braided pigtails. The product will remove frizz while giving your hair that textured look you have always wanted. You can clamp down the braids with a flat iron before unraveling them or, since DKoye’s The Cream dries fast, you can just simply take out the braids and enjoy your beautiful hair.


See, it is quite easy to deal with your hair. Just make sure to use the right products and you’ll be enjoying beautiful hair in no time.

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