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Kinky, curly or wavy

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Which Jessicurl products suit my thick hair?

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Which Jessicurl Products are right for my fine hair?

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Best by dates

Jessicurl formulations and processes used to manufacture all items have not changed since mid 2016 when several items were switched to the new preservative system. Nothing has changed since then. All batches are tested in the Jessicurl on-site lab for microbial levels as well as for colour, odour, appearance, viscosity, and pH. All formulas have […]

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Our New App

We have made shopping for your favourite Jessicurl products so much easier with the Suzee Blu For Curls App…. GRAB it here

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What’s your curl type?

Curl Type 1 is the absence of curls (straight), from fine and fragile to coarse and thick, but is resistant to curl. Curl Type 2 is classified as wavy. It isn’t overly oily or dry thus allowing for many different styling options. It reflects shine well, is very resilient but it is most prone to frizz. Type […]

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How to leave a hairdresser feeling like a million bucks

One of the first questions a hairdresser should ask is how much of your hair you want to keep. He/she should show you anything that needs attention—like uneven pieces or damaged ends. Explain what is wrong and give you options on how to make it look even and better. When you see another curly with […]

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Curly hair is not a trend, it’s a lifestyle

CURL CONFESSION Sophie (age 14) When my wavy hair turned really curly in sixth and seventh grade, I started straightening it—a task that was totally exhausting. At 11 P.M., after studying and homework, I’d spend an hour and a half blowing it dry and flat-ironing it. Then I’d get into bed and try to sleep […]

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Ayesha’s curls are to die for… what’s her best advice?

What piece of advice would you give to a wavy who’s just starting out in their curly hair journey and feels frustrated? PATIENCE. My hair did not look like this overnight. It took almost a decade to reach this length and bounce. I’ve had friends who would go out and buy a brand’s entire line, […]

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The long and short of great curls

For long hair – Curly looks best when it’s shoulder length or longer and with a few layers cut in to keep it from looking bottom-heavy or boxy….. you know, the helmet head look!    Ask for layers that start at your chin and angle down, all around your head. But if you like short […]

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