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How Gels Actually Work To Give Curl Definition

Video Length: 5 minutes 29 seconds

One of the most common questions we get asked is how to get the best curl definition. The truth is that while this question may seem to have a simple answer, it's a little more complicated than just applying a styling product to your hair.

Most naturals want to use gels but don't have a solid understanding of how they actually work to define curls as expectations from these products is often unrealistic. If you are going to use gels for styling your hair you'll definitely need to know how they work so you can use them effectively to give you the definition you've dreamed of. 

*Watch the video to find out more!

We love gels. They are super effective at defining curls, especially in tightly curled hair. Our Curl Enhancing Gellys are some of our best selling products and we have a product that provides you with the level of hold you are looking for. Check them out!

About Susan Walker

Susan is the CEO of Earthtones Cosmetics, a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and certified Trichologist with the World Trichology Society.

She has been a speaker and workshop presenter at various national and international conferences including the Taliah Waajid World Natural Hair Health and Beauty Show in Atlanta, the Toronto Natural Hair Show, The Canadian Naturalista Hair Expo and the Natural Hair Congress in Montreal. 

Susan performs hair, hair loss and scalp consultations at TrichoSpa by Earthtones in Ajax, Ontario, a holistic skin, hair + scalp spa and curl care boutique. We specialize in corrective curl, scalp and skin care using trichological treatments for various scalp and hair concerns, and corneotherapy to correct skin issues. She has obtained various certifications in hair loss and scalp conditions.

In order to help her clients she has received her Laser Technician Diploma and certificates in Chemical and Mechanical Exfoliation, and Microneedling and Collagen Induction.

She is currently pursuing her Masters in Science in Cosmetic Science. 

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