The Best Curly Shampoos and Conditioners To Try
The market is awash in different curly products. This can make picking the right ones a bit daunting. For example, it can get expensive to try to guess what products will work, and which won't. To help you avoid spending money and time, here's a list of the best curly products you have to try.
As I Am Coconut Co-Wash: This co-wash has a light, gentle formula. Unlike other heavier products, it won't weigh down delicate strands and effectively cleanses the scalp. Your curls and the roots of your hair will feel clean and fresh without leaving behind residue.
No or Low Poo
Jessicurl Hair Cleansing Cream, MopTop Gentle Shampoo, and DevaCurl No Poo: While these are all different products, they all have something in common. They're low or no poo, meaning these products will cleanse curls without the use of sulfate or suds. While this might seem a tad odd if you're used to sudsing shampoos, it's much better for curls as it doesn't strip away natural oils or moisture.
Bumble & Bumble Sunday Shampoo: Most curls need a clarifying treatment once in awhile to strip away excess build up. However, this shampoo is not approved by the Curly Girl Method because it does contain sulfates, meaning you'll see some great suds. Use sparingly and with caution.
Matrix Biolage Hydra Source Conditioner: This is a product where less is more, and a little goes a long way. However, if your curls are suffering from lack of hydration, you can utilize this conditioner to hydrate dry strands. If you don't love Biolage, there are also several other great choices, including the lightweight Jessicurl Too Shea Extra Moisturising Conditioner, which won't weigh curls down but packs a hydrating punch. Finally, you can try Hairfinity Balanced Moisture Conditioner, if your curls need a lightweight yet effective moisture treatment.