To the casual internet user, Reddit can seem like an endless den of threads, fandoms, and people posting pictures of cute animals. But on the beauty side, the site also holds the key to crowdsourced product recs, the craziest new, under-the-radar products , and answers to most of your beauty woes. As the owner of a head of 3b curls , I have a long history of issues. We're in a good place now, but to give you some idea of my hair when I was growing up, picture Emma Watson as Hermione Granger in the first Harry Potter movie. Now double her hair width by two. I've burned some pictures. After many years of trial and error, I finally found what I believed to be the ideal hair routine a few months ago. Most curly-haired people—or anyone with hard-to-please hair—can probably relate: Once you find your styling routine, you generally stick with it for good.
Woman Shares Curly Hair Tips on Reddit
Routine One: Laptop Next to the Shower
By Sarah Ferguson For Dailymail. After spending her teenage years attempting to relax her naturally curl hair with hot tools and chemical treatments, one woman decided to embrace her coils. Four years later, her hair transformation is going viral. In the left side of the photo, her hair is bleached blonde and damaged and in the right, her curls are springy and frizz-free. Yahoo reports that the post has racked up 20, views.
Routine Two: The Hit Maker
For most people who grow up with kinky and curly hair, making your way to a hair happy place is a long, slow slog or at least it was, before hair acceptance was on the up and up. One such transformation just caught the Internet's eye, and for good reason—Reddit user Capslockramen's hair journey is both deeply relatable and curl porn we can't look away from. Over 20, Reddit likes agree. First spotted by Yahoo , Capslockramen—who goes by Maggie—posted side-by-side photos of her hair from high school and present day. Along with the photos, she told Glamour her hair origin story: When she was growing up in the s, she says, "pop culture praised thin, pin-straight hair.
Recently, after two decades of blowouts, flat irons, and Frizz Ease, I decided it was time to stop forcing my hair into submission and wear it the way God and my Did you figure out your curl type? Did you find the surprisingly robust Reddit community, with its helpful infographics and miles of threads?