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Curly Girl’s Favorite Curl Care Products

by Chelsea Castonguay
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We don't know about you, but we are always on the hunt for awesome curl care products. One of the best ways to figure out which products are the best is to ask your fellow curly girls. Here are some of their favorite products.

NAK:

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This product line is beloved by Chevera Goed, who has Type 2 curls. The Australian based company offers a super moisturizing leave-in conditioner and their Kurlcreme will give curls style without weighing them down. Since she has more delicate curls, she likes this product line as it lasts 5 days between washes.

Crème Brule by Curls:

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Mindrys M. swears by several products to help control her Type 3A curly hair. To help give her curls definition, she uses Creme Brule by Curls which is a heavier product. For days when she wants to achieve more volume, she opts for NYCcurl's light leave-in conditioner. After she's applied her product she seals her curls with Ultra Defining Gel by DevaCurl or the Climate Control Gel by Ouidad. She finds using the jellies with a curl cream helps keep her curls defined with great hold and enjoys pairing these products together.

The Curl Maker:

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When it comes to her Type 3B curls, Caressa Martin likes to use Camille Rose Natural's The Curl Maker and Knot Today from the Kinky-Curly line. She says the Curl Maker is a fabulous curl sealer, and it works to eliminate frizz while defining your curl's individual pattern. It's great because you don't need to apply a whole lot of product to get fabulous results. A little goes a long way. Knot Today is a great product for those who have low porosity curls, as it's protein free. It also works a great detangler and gives great moisture to dry, sensitive curls.

If you've tried any of these products, let us know what you think and what products you'd recommend to other curly girls.

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