Naturally drier because the sebum has more difficulty reaching all the way to the ends,
curly hair needs to be hydrated to keep its elasticity, especially if it’s regularly subjected
to the heat of hair dryers or flat irons.
Applied 20 minutes before shampooing or the night before to allow it to be readily absorbed,
Huile de Leonor Greyl deeply hydrates and replenishes the hair fiber.
Its film-forming properties protect and smooth the hair, giving it more shine while making
Once or twice a week, this is the essential gesture to have silky curls and avoid breakage!
Even if they are particularly dry, curly hair should be washed two to three times a week
so that the scalp can be properly oxygenated and purified of any pollutants.
If the scalp isn’t cleaned regularly, dust, pollution and sebum form a deposit that can
suffocate the scalp,
especially when you live in the city, and cause itching or even hair loss.
Don’t ignore the shampoo and opt for a cleansing treatment specially formulated for curly
hair, such as Crème aux Fleurs or Shampooing Crème Moelle de Bambou, to maintain your
Tip: the shampoo is only intended for the scalp, there is no need to apply it to your length
The foam will slide off naturally and cleanse your entire hair while rinsing.
Ideal for defining curls, immediately bringing shine, keeping the hair hydrated,
and protecting it from external aggressions, the day cream is a staple of the beauty ritual
of curly hair.
The choice should be based on the botanical oils used and not on silicones so as not to
asphyxiate the hair.
Apply it on damp or dry hair as soon as the need arises.
Thermo-protective and hydrating, Éclat Naturel acts as a real sculptor forming curls
and taming frizz throughout the day!
Tip: to hydrate and give spring to your curls every morning, opt for Tonique Hydratant,
a mist rich in trace elements and vitamins essential for the hair’s vitality.
Since the brush tends to break the curls and make the curly hair foamy,
it’s advisable to untangle it with a wide toothed comb before and after each shampoo.
Start with the tips and work your way up gradually, without skipping the roots to oxygenate
For fans of the hair dryer, preferably use the diffuser rather than the air concentrator,
which promotes frizz and provides less volume to the hair.
The 10 commandments of the hair
Pro recipe: make a treatment with Crème aux Fleurs