Millions of women desire the look and feel of soft and luscious curls, and many of them have been blessed with this gift.
Of course, if you’ve snapped hair ties and brushes, you might think it more of a curse than a blessing.
After all, it just seems like no matter what you do, or what products you use, you end up looking like a sheep who stuck its tongue in an electric socket.
Gals with curly hair, don’t fret. There are still ways to not only manage your curls, but also get them to look movie-star and fashion model worthy.
Why don’t we get started, here are three of the best products for curly hair.
Number One: Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie
We’ve mentioned Sea Moisture products in our beauty articles before, and there is absolutely nothing stopping us from mentioning them again and again.
Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie is filled with natural, plant based ingredients, used to ensure moisture and add softness to your curls.
Pro-tip: when using shampoos for curly hair, it’s considered best to use ones that are sulfate free. Why? Although sulfates in shampoo do a fine job at getting your hair clean by removing all the dirt and grease, they can also dry your hair, sometimes causing split ends. Of course, this all depends on your hair type. It’s always best to do some research before choosing a product that is right for you.
Number Two: Briogeo Curl Charisma Rice Amino Shampoo:
*Bonus Product: follow with Briogeo Curl Charisma Rice Amino Sea Curl Defining Conditioner!
This sulfate free shampoo will give your curls a boost of softness like you’ve never seen before, without getting rid of the essential oils your hair needs to stay healthy and shiny. And those pesky frizzes and fly aways? Say good bye, when you use this product.
The conditioner is also sulfate free, and will help lock fight dryness by locking in moisture.
Number Three: Alterna Bamboo Smooth Moisture Masque
If you have curly hair that is very thick (snapping hair bands thick), then this is the product for you.
It doesn’t have any sulfates, no parabens (parabens are preservatives that are used in a wide range of hair care products. They’re not considered to be particularly good for your hair, but nothing has been proven that they are linked to anything seriously harmful. However, since we are not medical doctors here at Haute d’Vie, and are not authorized to give any medical advice [nor would we want to], we recommend talking to a professional if you have any questions or concerns.), and no synthetic dyes. Use this product to turn your hair from a frizzy and dry mop to a lush forest of smooth softness. It also helps with split ends!
There are many products out there that are curly hair friendly, and we picked three that we love most.
What are your go-to products for curly hair? Let us know in the comments!
By Lia Salem