When you have naturally curly hair, it can feel as though there’s a secret to finding the right curl care product. We promise you, it’s no secret at all! When you’re thinking about products to buy to best suit your curls, you’ll need to consider a few things such as your curl type, the thickness and your styling needs. These are 5 of the best (secret) products out there for curls, and we’re letting you in on why you should consider giving these products a try today.
MoroccanOil Curl Control Mousse: You can only buy this product at a professional salon, but I use it personally and can tell you it’s worth the expense. This formula is thick, but has a lightweight application. It gives curls definition without weighing them down or adding yucky crunch. The argan oil keeps moisture in and frizz at bay.
Ruby Red’s Hair Oil Treatment: This botanical curl care treatment uses essential oils and plant oils to nourish damaged curls. The sweet almond, olive, jojoba and coconut oils work together to repair damaged ends and keep new splits from occurring. If you’re looking for a prewash treatment, you can use this oil to massage into your scalp.
Mixed Chicks: This product is most easily accessed in America, but has recently made a UK launch as well. It provides excellent deep conditioning for kinky coils, especially those that are dry and may not be well defined. It works best with the matching shampoo and can also be used as a cowash for healthy, shiny, bouncy curls.
Macadamia Reviving Curl Cream: This product is luxurious! If you’re prone to dryness or frizz, consider using this product which is infused with Omega 7 fatty acids, which provides great hydration for curls, scalp and skin. It protects curls from UV damage, and is full of healthful ingredients such as rosemary, sage, sunﬂower oil, ginko biloba, algae extracts, and argan oil.
Sheabutter Cottage Marula Hair Balm: While we wouldn’t hesitate to use a healthful balm on our lips, putting one on your curls might seem strange. This luscious product contains unrefined coconut butter from Ghana, as well as marula and papaya oils.