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How To Soften Coarse Hair

How To Soften Coarse Hair

Whether it's your natural texture or a result of chemical processing or environmental damage, coarse hair can be challenging to manage. Defined by its thick hair shaft, coarse hair can often feel dry and rough to the touch. But fear not! We've compiled a selection of top tips to help you transform your tresses from rough and rugged to smooth and silky.

1. Hydration is Key

Hydration is the cornerstone of soft, manageable hair. Invest in a moisturising or repairing shampoo and conditioner, like FUL's Reset Repair Conditioner, that will help replenish your hair's natural oils. Look for products containing ingredients like shea butter, argan oil, or coconut oil, which are known for their hydrating properties.

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2. Embrace Deep Conditioning Treatments

Deep conditioning treatments can be a game-changer for coarse hair. They deliver an intense burst of moisture, helping to soften the hair and improve manageability. Aim for a weekly deep conditioning treatment, leaving it on your hair for at least 20-30 minutes to allow the nourishing ingredients to penetrate deeply.

3. Consider a Hair Mask

For an extra boost of moisture, consider incorporating a hair mask, like the FUL Intense Moisture Hair Mask, into your hair care routine. Hair masks are often more potent than regular conditioners and can be a great way to tackle dry, coarse hair. Apply your chosen mask once a week and let it work its magic.

4. Use a Leave-In Conditioner

Leave-in conditioners are a fantastic tool for combating coarseness. They provide long-lasting hydration and can help to smooth and soften your hair throughout the day. Apply to damp hair after washing, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends.

5. Limit Heat Styling

Excessive heat styling can strip your hair of its natural oils, leading to dryness and damage. When possible, allow your hair to air dry and embrace your natural texture. If heat styling is necessary, always use a heat protectant to minimise damage.

6. Regular Trims are Essential

Regular trims can help keep your hair looking its best by removing split ends and preventing further breakage. Aim for a trim every 6-8 weeks to maintain the overall health of your hair.

7. Seal the Deal with Hair Serums

Hair serums can be an effective way to soften coarse hair. They help to seal in moisture, smooth the hair cuticle, and add a healthy shine. We recommend the FUL Hyaluronic Acid Hair Serum which can be used on wet and dry hair. Packed with powerful hydration actives, this serum will keep your hair hydrated and healthy looking!

8. A Healthy Diet Makes a Difference

Your diet can significantly impact your hair's health. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, and protein can help nourish your hair from the inside out, leading to healthier, softer hair.

Coarse hair, with its unique texture and volume, can be just as stunning as any other hair type when given the proper care and attention. By keeping your hair hydrated, reducing heat styling, and maintaining regular trims, you can enjoy soft, healthy hair that's easy to manage. Remember, every hair texture is beautiful, and with the right care, you can showcase the beauty of your coarse hair in all its glory!

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