The Hair Care Products Girls with Natural Curls Swear By

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Curly hair, don’t care? We’ve got a roundup of our favorite products to combat frizz and lock in moisture, straight from a curly-haired girl! Whether you have tight coils or fine waves—there’s something here for you to love.

Best products for curly hair

For a Gentle Clean: 

Dark and Lovely Beyond Gentle and Sulfate-Free Wash

We all know we’re not supposed to wash our curls everyday, but for those of us that frequent the gym, this can be a challenge. Thankfully, Dark and Lovely formulated a sulfate-free wash that is gentle enough to use daily. It cleanses and moisturizes the scalp with mango oil and bamboo milk, leaving you with soft, nourished curls.

For Curls In Need of Repair: 

Garnier Whole Blends Moroccan Argan & Camellia Oils

A curly girl can never have too much conditioner. This luscious, royal jelly and honey-infused cream works wonders on curls that need a little extra TLC, and it smells so yummy! Plus, it’s under $5. You really can’t go wrong.

For Deep Conditioning: 

Carol's Daughter Hair Milk Original Leave-In Moisturizer

Cold weather can leave curls dry and crunchy. Add this leave-in hair milk into your beauty routine to help lock in moisture for beautifully conditioned curls. With ingredients like shea butter and agave nectar, it’s no wonder this rich cream is a staple for curly girls.

For Manageability: 

Mizani Curl Define Pudding

For tight curls and coils, we love this deliciously-scented curl defining pudding. The coconut, olive and marula oils help smooth and condition hair, and support shape memory. The best part? Once it’s dry, you won’t have to worry about any product flaking.

For Fullness & Hydration: 

Carol’s Daughter Mirabelle Plum Weightless Hair Mask

Everyone should have a go-to hair mask—and this is ours. When your hair starts to feel drier than usual, scoop up this intense hair smoothie to rehydrate! With sweet almond oil, aloe leaf juice and biotin—your hair will drink it all up!

** What are your some of your trusted curly hair products? Share below!

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