Everywhere you look, it seems as though more and more women are beginning to love and rock their naturally curly hair. Even though celebrities are pushing against the Western beauty standard of having stick straight curls, deciding to transition from treating your curls to embracing your natural texture isn’t always easy. If you’ve been straightening your strands for years, you might have a bit of a learning curve to help figure out how to take care of your curls. Starting your journey to embracing your natural curl texture can feel overwhelming at times. While it can take some time, we promise if you work hard, have patience, and use the right tools you'll get there. There is a lot of information out there when it comes to curl products, which can be a lot to take it. Here are some products that can help smooth the transition for you.
Odds are your curls are pretty damaged from the years of straightening, whether it was chemically or with a flat iron. They’re going to need a little extra TLC. This shampoo will help breathe some life back into listless curls.
This deep conditioner compliments the shampoo and helps manage dry, damaged strands. Use every time you cleanse by applying evenly throughout your strands, covering with a cap and allowing to sit for a minimum of 30 minutes.
Treatments and products can leave behind a lot of gunk in your curls. Transitioning to curls means starting over, and this buildup buster will remove all the extra yuck from your strands to allow your curl pattern to start shining through.
Odds are, your curls are damaged and need a little extra TLC. This mask will help revitalize and strengthen weakened strands, which will help you discover your natural texture and curl shape.