Home Curly Hair Products Products To Try On Your Curly Hair

Products To Try On Your Curly Hair

by Chelsea Castonguay
0 comment

Is there anything more fun that trying out new products on your curls? However, it an put quite a dent in your curl product budget to try things without knowing much about them. Instead of you having to spend a ton of time digging through reviews online, we've done some of that work for you. Here are our suggestions for products to try on your curly hair. Give these reviews a read, and if you like any, give them a try!

Products To Try On Your Curly Hair

 Ouidad Mongongo Oil Multi-Use Curl Treatment:

This product is a bit spendy, however users say it's worth every single penny you spend on it. It's a dual purpose product, working both as a defrizzer, and as a serum. Try it on freshly washed curls for styling, or on second or third day curls to pump your strands back up again.

Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie:

When you want a product that'll work all day withpout letting you down, this curl enhancing smoothie is the one. It's lightweight formula helps enhance your strands without dragging down your urls. It also has an amazing smell. Your curls will be very soft, and so touchable. Not to mention, it'sa Curly Girl Method approved line.

Miss Jessie's Pillow Soft Curls:

IF you're in the market for a product that will give you soft, beachy waves, this one is it! The curls this product pulls out are rounded, soft, and easy to style. Additionally, your strands will never be crunchy. It also has an amazing smell, and a tube lasts a long time, as you only need a very small amount.

Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam:

This product has a gentle coconut smell that users can't stop gushing about. It brings forth waves and curls in all types of textures, making it a great choice for everyone. Curls are left soft, easy to style, and not at all crunchy. It is one of the spendier products, but as with most higher quality products, you'll only need a small amount to get the most out of your curls.

You may also like