(Scroll down to listen to my interview with Scott.)
In a nutshell, here are Scott’s recommendations:
Every now and then I get a question about our Second Life hair butter. Here’s one: “I have very coarse, hair and frizzy underneath the top layer. I colored it naturally with henna and love it! I’m always looking for products/remedies for the frizzy stuff! Would your product help?”
Is it as simple as a product fix? While I worked the product with certain hair types in mind, I felt that just like with dry skin and eczema, there’s likely a deeper issue at hand that could possibly be fixed with a change in the way we cut, style, or work on our hair. I asked my newsletter list what type of hair issues they had, and over 500 people responded. Most had the same questions related to:
I needed a professional. I called on Scott Musgrave, who has spent the past 30 years professionally and experientially learning everything he could about curly and wavy hair. I came armed with my questions and he graciously answered them. Keep reading and I’ll tell you what I learned…
Who is Scott Musgrave? Scott has been cutting hair professionally since 1986, he has implemented the CURLYS method of training for stylists working specifically with curly hair, and he created Curly Hair Artistry, a place where Curly Hair Stylists are trained to learn all things possible with hair that’s curly, wavy, coily and/or multi-cultural.
The interview lasted almost an hour, but I’’ve summarized hi main points above. It’s worth a listen, however, to get Scott’s full message.
To hear the entire interview, click the button at the bottom of this post.
LISTEN TO MY INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT MUSGRAVE HERE
Where to learn more:
Find a Curly Hair Specialist here.
Learn more from Scott Musgrave here.
what type of shampoo do you recommend ?
I can’t seem to access the interview. The link just brings me to your subscribe page.
My hair is curly hard manage .i have use alot products for frizz hair. It gets very expense.
I have hard water and I’m afraid no matter what product I use it wont make a difference? Is there something I can use to bring “life after chlorine “?
parts are 2A, parts are straight, parts are ringlets, parts are 2B/C. is there anything I can do to even out my curl pattern?
I have curly/wavy gray hair and can’t figure out how to get rid of the frizz. I have tried Love my curls, Not your Mother’s for curly hair. My hair is oily at the root and frizzy on the end. What products will help me with my hair.
Thanks again for the interview and promoting how to embrace your hair.
I really recommend checking out http://www.curlyhairartistry.com for more help with recommending products and how to use them – and that is key….knowing how to use them.
Also check out YouTube with Curly Hair Artistry
I recently , come across your page. I never realized that there was a special way to cut curly hair. I’m full of excitement to know there is. Since the aging process has make its way into my life and the joints are not as nimble as they once were , I’m currently looking to cut my very loved long hair. In my fifties now and even less able to keep up with my hair, I was wondering if you may have an idea on a low maintenance short style that I may be able to finally enjoy my curly hair.
Thank you so much for your time.
I read that you should put away the flat iron and brush forever in Scott‘s interview. But hair get knots if you don‘t brush them…
right? I don’t get it 🤷♀️