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June 15, 2017 2 min read

Are you a curly girl who loves to work out? Don’t let your hair hold you back from being fit! Many women say that they have a hard time caring for their natural hair while working out. At Mielle, we don’t think you should have to sacrifice working out because you are afraid that your hair will suffer in the process. Exercising with natural hair can be tricky, but there are things that you can do to help ease the process. Here are some hair care tips to help you keep your hair protected while you work out.

Tie Your Hair Up

While you are working out, it may not be a good idea to leave your hair out. Tie it up or “pineapple” it while you exercise. When you tie your hair up while working out, it will help you keep the frizz at bay. It will also help to protect your ends from breakage that can be caused by your hair rubbing against your clothes.

You also want to protect your hair from sweat while working out. Tying your hair up with a satin scarf will help keep your edges from getting frizzy as well

Use an Alternative Way to Refresh Your Hair

Washing your hair on a daily basis is probably not the best option for natural hair, because daily shampooing can strip the hair of the natural oils. An alternative to washing your hair daily is to co-wash your hair. Mielle’s Detangling Co-Wash is a great option for those who work out regularly!

Keep Your Hair Moisturized

Curly hair tends to lack moisture. When you add sweat to the mix, it can increase dryness, which in turn can cause breakage and limp hair. After you remove the buildup in your hair by washing or co-washing, it is imperative to keep your hair moisturized. Our White Peony Leave-In Conditioner is very lightweight and moisturizing and can be used on a daily basis.

You can also keep your hair moisturized by deep conditioning on a regular basis. Our Babassu Oil and Mint Deep Conditioner is the ultimate deep conditioner for your hair, and it will leave your hair feeling soft and manageable.

Rock a Protective Style

If you are a girl that exercises often, then protective styling may be right for you. There are so many protective styles that you can rock, whether you are working with your natural hair or with added human or synthetic hair. Some protective styles you may want to try include twists, braids, buns, ponytails, and so much more. Keeping your natural hair protected during your workout will give you at least a week or two in between washing.

Slick Down Your Edges

As your hairstyles get older, the sweat from exercising may make your hair a little frizzy. Laying your edges down with our Honey & Ginger Edge Gel and putting your hair in a bun will help you until you get to your next wash day.

You can still work out and keep your hair healthy. How do you do it?

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