Home Curly Hair Products Great Curly Care Product Dupes

Great Curly Care Product Dupes

by Chelsea Castonguay
0 comment
Great Curly Care Product Dupes


We don't know about you, but we don't have an unlimited amount of money to spend on curl care products. As fun as experimenting with products can be, it can put quite a dent in your budget. Therefore, it's important to figure out which products you can save some coin on. These are great curly care product dupes. Give these dupes a try, and let us know which you prefer, or are already using! Alternatively, if you find one of these dupes isn't great, let us know!

Save Or Splurge Curl Care Products

Great Curly Care Product Dupes

Moroccan oil vs Garnier Fructis

There's no denying that Moroccanoil is a great product.  However, it's also really expensive, with a small  bottle coming in at $43. Instead, you can grab a bottle of Garnier Fructis' oil to lubricate and moisturize your strands for much less money.

Oribe Ultra Gentle Shampoo vs California Baby Super Sensitive Shampoo & Bodywash

At $27, Oribe is a pretty pricey product. However, if you have a sensitive scalp, odds are you want a gently cleansing product. If you can't shell out the cash for Oribe's gentle shampoo, you can grab a bottle of California Baby for $11.50 at your local Target or Walmart. Both require only a little and last quite awhile, but we prefer the lower price point of California Baby.

How Frequently To Use Castor Oil On Curls

Living Proof No Frizz Conditioner vs TRESemme Smooth & Silky Conditioner

Have you ever had any Living Proof products? If so, you know this brand is luxurious. That luxury comes with a pretty high price point, however. At $24 a bottle, it can definitely be considered a splurge. This isn't super cost effective if you have long curls, or curls that need a lot of conditioner in order to detangle or hydrate. Instead, pick up TRESemme's Smooth & Silky Conditioner. This dupe is only $3.50 for a huge bottle. This way you won't have to feel guilty for using your conditioner to detangle, moisturize, or even to shave your legs.

Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque vs Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Intensive Moisture Mask

Organix doesn't mince words with their product names, but the price point can't be beat. A big post of their intensive moisture mask is only $8. This is a huge savings over the original product, which comes in at $36 per pot. Save yourself some money and pick up this dupe at your local box store. It's great for dry, distressed strands that need some extra TLC.


You may also like