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Which Oil Should You Use On Your Curls?

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Which Oil Should You Use On Your Curls?


There are a ton of fabulous option when it comes to using oils in your curls. Therefore, it's important to have a starting point to try to figure out which will work best for you. Do you know which oil should you use on your curls? Luckily for you, we're here with this handy guide to help you figure it all out. Once you find your favorite oil, make sure to drop us a note and let us know how it's working for you.

Which Oil Should You Use On Your Curls?


If you have dry, damaged, or distressed curls, you might want to consider utilizing a moisturizing oil. The following oils work well because it's easier for them to penetrate more deeply into your curl's shaft, which means moisture will remain. Some oils you might want to consider using are coconut, sunflower, hemp seed, palm kernel, babassu, canola, and sweet almond oils.

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These oils are comprised of heavy, bulky lipid chains. This means they work well for laying on top of your curl's strands and sealing moisture in. These aren't oils you'd want to use for moisturizing, but rather to lock moisture in. However, these oils will add shine, help manage frizz, and create lubrication, which will keep curls from twisting or tangling. Great oils to use are jojoba, rice bran, Jamaican Black Castor oil, broccoli seed oil, and grapeseed oil.

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Sealing and Moisturizing:

If you'd like an oil that pulls double duty, offering moisturizing and sealing, you might want to consider the following oils. These oils will gently moisturize, seal, and coat your strands. When you use these oils, you might find your strands are softer, easier to manage, and you might experience less curl loss. The following oils you could consider include: olive, avocado, argan, rosehip, safflower, corn, apricot, sesame seed, flaxseed, and cocoa butter.

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