Got dry, frizzy hair? Want to look bomb even without washing hair? Get any of this stuff. You can totally rock with anything you see on the internet. However, this is to remind you that, ultimately, what you put in your hair is your business. And that brave decision has to stem from the knowledge of what your hair needs right now.
Used to boost moisture, which frizzy hair needs anyway because frizz is a lack of moisture. If your hair is dry, it could be two things. Either you have too much moisture or too little. Yes, too much moisture causes frizz also. Ah! The irony. Remember that leave-in conditioners
help you detangle your hair and add moisture? A curl cream may do that and
give you definition as well. If your hair is already moisturized and defined then you may not need this at all. Anyway, purchase at your own discretion; here are my recommendations:
It's a deep moisturizer, which also doubles as a curl cream to help you enhance your curl pattern and get better curl clumps! This lightweight crème provides plenty of slip and curl definition while also conditioning and protecting the hair from weather damage and frizz. FOR VERY FRIZZY HAIR, USE ADDITIONAL PRODUCT.
Nourish your curls with this hydrating curl creme that smoothes curls and minimizes frizz. The special blend of Shea Butter, Marula Oil and Aloe, naturally replenishes moisture and restores. You can use this, direct, without a leave-in conditioner
. For best results follow with Only Curls Enhancing Gel. Check out video tutorials here
This is like a hybrid between a leavein+cream. It intensively nourishes, defines and detangles the hair. It has no silicones, mineral oil and parabens! Avocado oil and pomegranate seed oil nourishes the hair without weighing it down. Marshmallow root detangles the hair, and Royal Jelly nourishes your hair.
This cream will moisturize, define and strengthen your curls while leaving them touchably soft. I love that it has a tiny bit of protein too. Also, love using it after leave-in and before gel for plumping up my curls! You have to try and see what works for you.