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Fit and Beautiful

by CurlStylist on Monday, March 4, 2013

With studies showing that many curlies shun fitness in order to make sure sweat never dampens their hair style, U.S. Surgeon General Regina Benjamin has made a public plea to women to put their health before their hair. Must this be an either/or? Help your naturally textured clients keep their coif and exercise, too!

Carry products that guard against humidity, refresh the curl and maintain the hair’s health under even stressful conditions. Suggest a “kurly kit” for the gym bag, to include:

-A refresher to mist and cut the gym odor.

-Soft ponytail holders that won’t pull the hair.

-Updated-or retro!- sweat bands.

-A dry shampoo for an easy cleansing solution.

-A curl booster in a mist bottle for scrunch-and-go convenience.

-Travel sizes of the essentials. If she has time for a shower, she’ll need her texture-specific shampoo, conditioner and stylers.

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