When it comes to taking care of your curls, there’s no doubt that having the right curl care products can make or break your routine. However, this doesn’t just limit us to products you put in your hair. When it comes to taking care of your curls, you’re also going to want to consider the right kind of accessories and styling tools as well. Here are a few of our favorites and as an added bonus they’re all under $10.
Goody WoMens Ouchless Braided Elastics: These elastics are great for all curl types, as they won’t snag or tear delicate locks. They hold a large amount of curls without easily breaking.
Scunci No Slip Elastic Hair Bands: For when those curls refuse to be tamed, you’re going to want to reach for something a little more heavy duty to keep them back. Scunci hair bands tend to hold up well, and these have an elastic band inside to keep curls securely in place.
Eternally In Amber Hair Clip: For curlies with thick, tough to handle curls, sometimes you need a sturdy clip. You can use these clips to section out your curls for washing, conditioning and styling.
Satin bonnet: While this isn’t the most glamorous bedtime look you can rock, if it protects your curls we are all for it. Satin caps or bonnets will keep curls protected from damage caused by moving across cotton pillow cases. They help retain moisture, which minimized frizz and breakage.
Detangling brush: While we normally wouldn’t recommend a brush, this one has been designed with curly girls in mind. It has an ergonomic handle, which makes it easier to use. It’s recommended by other naturals, because it detangles without pulling or causing breakage. This is particularly great for little ones.
Diane Rake Rage Comb Bone: If you have curls that are prone to snarls and tangles, this easy to use wide tooth comb will help you sort yourself out without pulling delicate curls. It’s great for all types of curls, and works well for kids.
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