Have you ever wondered how Kimberly Schlapman of the hit country band Little Big Town gets those amazing, sky high curls? We have too! First of all, in an industry where women with naturally curly hair are often encouraged to straighten their locks, Kimberly has never bowed to the pressure. Instead, she embraces her gorgeous, naturally curly hair. These are the products Kimberly uses in her daily curl care. Some of these might surprise you!
The Products Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman Uses On Her Curls
Indian Gooseberry Oil:
This product is created and distributed by Neil George, and is a favorite of Kimberly's. This oil is also sold under the name “amla oil”, and comes in a powdered form as well. This oil gives a sleek shine without weighing down her fine curls.
This product is a little pricer, and only sold in salons. However, it's another favorite for its smoothing properties. It protects delicate curls without weighing down strands.
If your budget is tight, you can pick up this awesome product dupe that Kimberly swears by. Apply throughout wet curls to keep frizz at bay and curls looking shiny.
MoroccanOil Intense Curl Cream:
If there's one thing she doesn't need, it's her curls dropping or frizzing up while she's in front of a crowded stadium during a performance. To avoid this issue and keep her curls locked into place, Kimberly swears by this curl cream. This thick, moisturizing cream will keep curls looking great without allowing strands to become sticky.
Rusk's Wired Flexible Styling Cream:
Another drugstore dupe that Kimberly uses is this cream by Rusk. Not only is this product relatively inexpensive, it works great. Rusk also has a variety of different lines and products for various hair types, making it easy to experiment without breaking your budget.
How she styles:
Kimberly isn't afraid to disrupt her curl pattern to achieve the look she wants. As a result, she uses a brush on her wet curls when applying product, but avoids brushing when curls are dry. Therefore, to style her strands, she alternates between diffusing and air drying. She uses the diffusers for a few minutes, then alternates by allowing the strands to air dry.