We've officially entered the season of pumpkin spiced lattes and sweaters! As winter approaches, it's time to start thinking about more than cute coats and the best gifts for holiday parties. Much like how you change your wardrobe to adapt to the changing seasons, you might want to think about switching up your curl care products as well. Here are a few options for you to consider:
Deep conditioners: When it comes to managing your curls in winter, you're going to want to think about picking up a heavier duty deep conditioner. The cold weather can be very dry, which strips moisture from your curls. Deep repair and recovery masks can be great to add in moisture, keep curls from tangling and help minimize breakage.
Shea Moisture Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal System
Quidad Curl Recovery Melt-Down Extreme Repair Mask
Curl Junkie Hibiscus and Banana Deep Fix
Cleansers: When it comes to keeping your curls clean during the colder months, don't forget to take it easy on your delicate strands. Pick up a cleanser that is sulfate and paraben free to clean curls without stripping them of essential moisture and oils. You'll only need to cleanse once a week or so.
Wen Fig Cleansing Conditioner
Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow & Restore Shampoo
Quidad Curl Cowash
Moisturizers: While deep conditioners are great for weekly curl care, odds are your strands will need extra protection against the elements. Help your curls combat the elements by giving them some extra TLC with moisturizing products. You can add in some moisturizers to your daily curl care regime to help your strands stay supple on the coldest days.
Oyin Handmade Hair Dew
Miss Jessie's Leave In Hair Condish
Obia Curl Moisture Cream