If you have curly hair, you know that it has a mind of its own. Natural hair ranges from wavy to curly. Some days, it looks perfect with minimal fuss. Other days, it’s more difficult to control. Although natural hair looks strong, it can be quite delicate. The following products can strengthen the hair, minimize damage and help you control its style so that every day is a good hair day.
Aussie Miracle Curls Curl Refresher
Curls have a particular life cycle. About two or three days after a shampoo, the coils relax a bit, becoming more manageable. But they may also lose volume and shape at this time. Refresh them with this spray-on curl refresher. Moisturizing coconut oil is the primary ingredient. This product nourishes strands and holds wave while fighting frizz and dullness. It will define your curls and add shine without weighing hair down.
Spray it on while hair is wet, and brush it in to disperse it evenly. Then, style your hair as usual. This product works especially well for dry hair. It may be too oily for fine hair that already has its own shine.
Mielle White Peony Leave-in Conditioner
Leave-in conditioner is a natural hair essential. It coats the strands and seals the cuticle, reducing friction and preventing tangles. This Mielle leave-in conditioner is a lightweight formula that sprays on easily and fortifies hair. It contains botanical and organic ingredients that lock in moisture and smell delicious. Saturate damp hair with the spray after a shower. Your hair will feel soft and manageable when it dries.
Kitsch Thermal Roller Variety Pack
Curly hair is usually voluminous and bouncy. Use ceramic rollers to make it sleeker without sacrificing fullness. These Kitsch thermal rollers can be inserted all over or wherever you need volume. After blow-drying your hair, roll up sections in these rollers. The smaller sizes are best for around the face, while the larger diameter rollers work well at the back of the head. Blast them with a warm hairdryer for a moment. Then, let your hair cool before removing the rollers. You’ll end up with lush, lively waves.
Blueberry Bliss Reparative Hair Mask
Because curly hair molecules have weaker bonds, kinky strands are more prone to damage than straight tresses. Blueberry Bliss reparative hair mask helps to prevent breakage and conditions your hair, making it softer and more flexible and giving it the best chance of growing long. It’s extremely hydrating and takes 15 to 30 minutes to work its magic.
The Safari Conditioning Heat Cap
Using a heat cap with a deep conditioner allows the products to penetrate the hair shaft and produce the best results. This conditioning heat cap contains a layer of flaxseeds beneath the fabric. When you heat the cap briefly in the microwave, the flaxseeds retain warmth for 20 to 30 minutes. Place the cap over your hair treatment to infuse strands with the most nourishment.
BESTOOL Detangling Brush
Brushing out natural hair can break strands and generate frizz. But detangling your hair keeps it manageable and defined. This detangling brush was designed for natural hair. Its flexible bristles get through knots without tugging. You can use the brush on wet or dry hair.
Rucker Roots Leave-In Heat Protectant
Heat protectant prevents your strands from frying when they’re exposed to a flat iron or hair dryer. It prevents damage and breakage from heat tools. Using a heat protectant, such as this Rucker Roots spray in product, can also help your hair maintain its curl if you style it with heat regularly. Over time, heat styling can relax your hair. Keep your curls so that you can wear your hair wavy or straight by coating them with a protective barrier before blasting them with heat.
Bio Ionic OnePass Styling Iron
Flat irons can produce large, loose curls, beachy waves or straight styles. This one gives you the look that you want without scorching your strands. Created with a unique mineral complex that infuses your hair with moisture, the styling iron delivers shine and reduces frizz. It takes less time to straighten thick hair, which minimizes the damage from long heat-styling sessions.