This one is for all my natural curly hair girls out there. I composed a short list of my favorite curly hair products. This list was pretty fun to cultivate! I’ve been a natural curly girl for approximately 6 1/2 to 7 years now. I transitioned from relaxed hair to natural years ago. Then after a heat damage setback a little over a year ago I big chopped and started all over. As you may have guessed I’ve used my fair share of products over the years. Some were good and many of them not-so good. But today we’re only going to talk about the good. So here we go!
Kinky Curly Knot Today Leave-in Conditioner
This is my favorite leave-in conditioner for so many reasons. First off, I’ve tried other leave-in conditioners and none of them have equaled the feeling this gives my hair. Unlike the Kinky Curly Curling Custard which I never could master, the leave-in conditioner needs no finesse. It treats my hair so well. And if you know anything about me, I don’t like obnoxious scents. This has little to no scent at all. So it’s a win-win.
Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker
The Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker is my go-to for a wash-n-go on my 4C curly hair. I don’t strictly use it only for wash-n-go’s. On a few occasions I’ve used it along with a creme to add extra hold to my twist-outs. I love that I can use this on my hair and not worry about the ingredients. With coconut oil, aloe vera juice, and marshmallow root extract you can’t really lose.
Camille Rose Naturals Almond Jai Twisting Butter
This is a wonderful product for natural curls. The reason I love and trust it is because I know it’s natural. It holds my style in place, while also remaining light. It also smells very delicious. And, just like the Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker the packaging is super cute.
Beautiful Textures Moisture Butter Whipping Creme
The Beautiful Textures Moisture Butter Whipping Creme does exactly what it says and that means it leaves your hair moisturized. This styling butter contains olive oil, coconut oil, argan oil, rosemary extract, aloe vera extract, and several other beneficial ingredients. My only draw back is if you’re heavy handed with it, the product can become heavy on fine hair.
Peppermint oil is my favorite oil to add to my deep conditioning treatment. This oil has several beneficial properties. The reason I like it is because it increases blood circulation to the scalp. Increased blood circulation to the scalp can encourage hair growth. I’m not into hair growth treatments like creams, lotions, or special rinses. However, peppermint oil is easy to find, easy to use, a little goes a long way, and it works.
If any of my favorites are your favorites as well, let me know below! If there is a product you think I should try let me know that as well!