Delilah's Pro Tips
For Fine, Low-Density, Low Porosity, Or Easily Weighed Down Curls:
You’ll want to focus on not using too much conditioner. Start with a small amount, apply to the length of your hair, and let it sit for a few minutes. Scrunch in some water and you’ll feel it soften. Detangle at this point and decide if you need to add a little more conditioner.
With the leave-in, spray some at the ends and scrunch up. You can brush if needed and add more, but be careful not to overdo it.
For Dry Or Thick Curls:
You may need to wash less often since this shampoo is quite cleansing. Use a little shampoo, add water, and massage to get a good lather. After rinsing, add some conditioner to your hair. Let it sit for a few minutes, then scrunch in some water. Try detangling and if it’s not soft enough, go ahead and add a little more conditioner and scrunch in some more water. Wait a few minutes again. These products need water to work and you’ll notice your hair soften with this process.
Spray the leave-in as desired. The more you use, the more definition and softness you’ll have.
For All Other Curl Types:
You don’t have to be as careful with these products. Use the same process as those with dry curls (see paragraph above), but you don’t need to worry about the shampoo drying out your hair.
You can also use the leave-in conditioner to refresh your hair if it needs some moisture the next day. To do this, simply spray a small amount on the length of your hair and finger coil any funky curls. You can also add more styling product after this if needed.