Don’t we wish there was one easy solution for everything? Well, it’s not so when it comes to curly hair. It’s important to bust some myths when it comes to taking care of hair curls and curating a special curly hair routine. While all the curly hair knowledge might seem overwhelming, we will bust 6 big myths and declutter your brain. Let’s get myth-debunking right away!

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6 Curly Hair Myths:

Myth 1: Curly Hair Needs The Same Amount Of Conditioner As Straight Hair

6 Curly Hair Myths:

Myth 1: Curly Hair Needs The Same Amount Of Conditioner As Straight Hair

Reality: Curly hair tends to be drier than straight hair because the natural oils from the scalp struggle to travel down the twists and turns of the curls. Therefore, curly hair often requires more conditioner to keep it hydrated and manageable.

Our Rice water conditioner is the best conditioner for curly hair. Made with Black Kavuni rice, the conditioner smoothens and hydrates curls. Plus, the pleasant fragrance of Angelica seed oil is bound to take your breath away!

Myth 2: Heat Does Not Damage Curly Hair

Reality: This is one of the most harmful curly hair myths. Heat styling tools like flat irons and curling wands can indeed damage curly hair, causing it to become dry, brittle, and prone to breakage. It's essential to use heat-protectant products and minimize heat exposure to maintain healthy curls.

Our Argan serum is your go-to for heat protection. And the bonus is that it adds impeccable shine to your tresses.

Myth 3: Curly Hair Needs To Be Tamed

Reality: Curly hair thrives when allowed to express its natural shape and texture. Over-manipulating or weighing down curls can lead to flattened, lifeless strands. Fall in love with the bounce and movement of your hair curls instead.

Our Rice water mask enhances and defines natural curls without making them crunchy. It controls frizz for up to 48 hours for manageable and moisturized curls.

Myth 4: You Need To Use Lots of Products

Reality: While curly hair may benefit from specific products like leave-in conditioners or curl-enhancing creams, using too many products can weigh down the hair and cause buildup. Finding the right balance and using only what your curls need is essential.

Myth 5: Shampoo Is Bad For Curly Hair

Reality: Shampooing is essential for cleansing the scalp and removing buildup from styling products. However, curly hair tends to be drier, so using a sulfate-free or moisturizing shampoo and following up with a conditioner is key to keeping curls healthy.

Our Rice water shampoo is designed specially for curly hair. The nourishing infusion of Rice water helps moisturize curly hair intensely.

Myth 6: Curly Hair Doesn't Need Conditioning

Reality: Contrary to popular belief, curly hair requires regular conditioning to maintain its health and vitality. Due to its spiral shape, curly hair tends to be drier than straight hair, making it more prone to frizz and breakage. Conditioning helps to hydrate and nourish curly strands, improving manageability, softness, and shine. Using a moisturizing conditioner specifically formulated for curly hair can replenish moisture and enhance the natural beauty of curls.

For frizz-free, healthy curls try our Rice water leave-in conditioner. It helps enhance the texture of curls and waves, making them healthy and gorgeous. The leave-in conditioner is lightweight and quick-absorbing, ensuring it doesn’t weigh your hair down.


The weight of wrong knowledge is now lifted so that your curls can shine and dance. Your best curly hair days await you - and trust us, it’s easier than you think. With the right curly hair products and practices, you can turn the wheels around for your curl health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:1 Does naturally curly hair exist?

A. Yes, naturally curly hair is a common hair type characterized by its spiral or wavy pattern.

Q:2 Why is curly hair an advantage?

A. Curly hair offers versatility in styling, adds volume and texture to hairstyles, and can showcase individuality and personality.

Q:3 Why is curly hair better than straight?

A. The superiority of curly hair over straight hair is subjective and depends on personal preferences. However, many people appreciate the unique texture and volume that curly hair provides, as well as its ability to hold styles better.


Written by Ayushi Limbachiya on Feb 16, 2024