Wavy Hair Care

Do you have wavy hair? Are you struggling to find the right hair care products to help make your hair look its best? If so, you're in luck!

In this blog post, we'll be sharing our top 10 tips for taking care of wavy hair.

So, whether you're looking for a new shampoo and conditioner to try or just need some advice on how to style your waves, read on!

Wavy Hair Characteristics

Wavy hair is often prone to frizz, lacks volume, and is often more resistant to styling.

If you have wavy hair, your hair has all of the body and bounce that those with straight hair lack, but without the effort of managing curls.

Bounce Curl’s hair type system focuses on three different curly hair types:

  • Type 2 Wavy Hair
  • Types 3 Curly Hair
  • Types 4 Coily Hair

There are also sub-classifications – from A to C – that are based upon the diameter of the wave, curl, or coil.

Wavy hair can be broken down into three categories using this curly hair type system: 2A, 2B, and 2C.

Wavy hair forms in the loosest S-shape to a more defined S-shape throughout its length. Some people with wavy hair have a few wave patterns that are far more defined than others, and you may even find your waves change with the seasons.

The waves can be fine, medium, or coarse. The hair is usually healthy and strong, and depending on the cut, can have a lot of movement.

It is important to find a hair care routine that caters to your specific wave pattern and needs.

There are a few things you should keep in mind when caring for your waves, as well.


Some of the challenges wavy hair faces are volume and frizz. Volume is typically an issue for those with fine hair, but it can also be a challenge for those with medium to thick hair if the waves are loose and not well-defined.

If your wavy hair is on the loosest S-shape, it may lack volume. However, if your wavy hair is on the more defined S-shape end of the spectrum, you may have a lot more in common with curly hair, frizz, and dryness being a common challenge.

If your waves are subtle, having the loosest S-shape pattern, then use volumizing products that can give your hair a much-needed lift.

If your waves fall on the more defined wavy end of the spectrum, avoid products with silicone and use a light moisturizer and curl enhancer.

While it may seem easier to manage, this curl type requires careful product selection to avoid weighing the hair down. 

More about that later.

10 Styling Tips

If you have wavy hair, you know that it can be a bit of a challenge to style. But with the right tips and products, you can create a look that’s both stylish and flattering.

Here are a few tips to help you get started:

  1. Use a curl enhancer or mousse to add bounce and body to your waves.
  2. Avoid using a lot of curl cream, as this can make your curls feel heavy and weighed down.
  3. Less is more. Don’t layer too many products as wavy hair tends to get easily weighed down and can lose its shape quickly. 
  4. Try to use only one styler in your regimen to avoid build-up.
  5. Apply products on soaking wet hair. This will help distribute the product evenly throughout your hair, making it lighter, and so your hair won't get weighed down.
  6. This may not apply to everyone, but try to apply your styling products with your head upside down to get more volume.
  7. Use gels if you want to achieve more definition and long-lasting hold.
  8. Scrunch! Wavy hair will spring up if you scrunch it, so it's the ideal approach to enhance loose textures.
  9. To develop waves, plop your hair in a microfiber towel for between 10 - 20 minutes.
  10. To give your wavy hair more volume and definition, use a diffuser.

Bounce Curl Wavy Curly Moisture Complete Kit

If you’re looking for a set of products that will help you achieve bouncy defined waves, the Bounce Curl Wavy Curly Moisture Complete Kit is perfect for you!

This kit combines four of our most popular products, making it easier to get the results that you want:

One way to help reduce frizz is to use a sulfate-free shampoo. The Gentle Clarifying Shampoo will help remove build-up and residue from your hair without drying it out or stripping your hair of its natural oils. It also lightly moisturizes your hair without weighing it down. A double whammy!

Increase the volume and texture of waves with botanical extracts, which are included in the shampoo. This shampoo produces a lot of lather, so you only need a small amount to create enough lather for your entire head.

The Super-Smooth Cream Conditioner is lush and creamy, and will help add light moisture to your strand without any heavy feel.

The Moisture Balance Leave-In Conditioner is super concentrated and formulated to provide deep nourishment leaving your hair stronger, shinier, healthier, and softer.

The Light Hold Creme Gel will help give your hair a soft, touchable look. It is a gel with just a little cream in it. What that means for you is that it’s the best of both worlds! It’s excellent for defining curls.

These products can help your hair stay hydrated while also enhancing softness, volume, definition, less frizz, and more shine. What more can you ask for?


If you have wavy hair, it is important to find the right products that will enhance your natural waves while adding bounce and body.

The Bounce Curl Wavy Curly Moisture Complete Kit is a great option because it includes a variety of products (full-sized) that will help you achieve the look you desire while keeping your hair healthy and hydrated.

So, what are you waiting for?

Try the Bounce Curl Wavy Curly Moisture Complete Kit today!

And there you have it- simple tips for taking care of your gorgeous waves! So go ahead and love your mane- because you deserve it! ;)

I hope you have enjoyed reading. We will be back with more posts soon.

Stay tuned!

1 Kommentar

Diana Riglet

Diana Riglet

Great info for my 2B fine hair, which lacks volume. I think I’m layering too many products so thanks for the tip to not go overboard with product. Love you ladies!

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