Finding the perfect hair products for your curly hair can be a tough task. We've rounded up the top 5 products with recommendations by the famous curly girls who use them. We also included some of their personal tips and tricks to curly hair success. What we learned on this journey? Amazing curls don't have to cost a fortune or take up all your time during your morning routine. Check it out!
Katey Denno, founder of The Beauty of It Is and makeup artist for funny woman Chelsea Handler swears by Rahua shampoo when looking for a product that does a great job a cleansing but keeps finer curls from being weighed down.
Find it: Rahua shampoo for $34 at Rahua.
2. Amirah Kassem, baker and founder of The Flour Shop keeps her curls bouncy and well cared for with the Aveda Be Curly line. She uses the shampoo, conditioner and Style Pro and suggests combing your curls in the shower and allowing them to air dry for maximum effect.
Find it: Be Curly Style Prep for $25 at Aveda Salons
3. Nikia Phoenix, founder of Black Girl Beautiful and Model. To keep her natural curls their very best, Nikia recommends SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In Conditioner. For curly haired girls living in dry climates, this leave-in conditioner is the perfect solution for sealing in moisture.
Find it: SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In Conditioner for $11 at Ulta
4. Shan Boodram, sexologist, author and YouTuber lets us in on her secret for taming her wild, natural curls. Shan reaches for Curl Control Paste to give her on trend controlled edges. As an extra bonus, this product is organic.
Find it: Curls Blueberry Control Paste for $9 at Target
5. Alice Lane, make up artist for Emilia Clarke uses Biomega Moisture Mist Conditioner for those days when her curls need a little extra boost. To revive curls, simply spray for immediately softer and shinier curls.
Find it: Aquage Moisture Mist for $20 on Amazon
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