Best wavy to curly hair products.

Hair products

Let’s be real, there are a bunch of products out there for curly hair. Not all of them are good for your beautiful wavy curls though. Thats why I decided the give you my top hair products that I’ve become to love for my curly hair.

It’s been quite a trial and error to find the best products for me. What I use might not be what works for you but I highly suggest you try!

First on the list is Miss Jessies!

Miss Jessies has a lot of good products. From wavy to curly hair, there is something for everyone. Each product is suggested by your curl type.

Or, you can find some of these products at your local drugstore, which is a plus.

My 3 favorites are the Multicultural Curls, Pillow Soft Curls, and the Feather Soft Curls (which is a new one). I love how they clump my curls together without making them crunchy hard. The only downfall is that they are around $10-$18 depending on where you purchase!


Second on the list is a Diffuser!

Diffuser

If you want volume and dry hair fast…then grab yourself a defuser! Ive found this one to be the best one yet because it shrinks for travel and has a rubber end to fit on almost any hairdryer. Plus its only around $15 on Amazon.


Third on the Curly Hair List is Maui Moisture!

Maui Moisture

This product says it’s made to deeply quench, nourish, and soften dry, damaged strands to get your hair back to looking healthy with these blends with creamy shea butter, rich coconut milk, and pure macadamia oil. I personally love using this product. It smells good and gives my hair the soft touch it needs to get my curls back to life. A little goes a long way with this product and guess what? It’s on the lower $ range coming in at a whopping $8.99 (as of Fab. 2022)

Here is what it states on the product:

  • With Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Macadamia Oil
  • Helps to moisturize strands and mend split ends
  • Leaves hair looking and feeling soft and hydrated
  • Can be used as a leave in treatment for deep conditioning
  • Made with 100% Aloe juice as first ingredient

This item is one of my personal favorites when it comes to my weekly deep conditioning treatment.


Next we have Curly Hair Bonnets!

Hair bonnet

There are MANY different kinds of hair bonnets so I want to give you tips to remember when picking yours.

Tip 1. Always pick a bonnet that is Silk Satin! •Bonnets made of satin or silk help hair to retain moisture which can also help prevent split ends.•

Tip 2. Pick a bonnet that won’t hurt your head or be to small. Your curls need room 😉 and you don’t want a headache from the bonnet.

Tip 3. Find one thats cute duh! Who wants to wear a bonnet that they don’t like? Am I right? 😉


Onward to Hair Oils!

Your hair is gold hun, so why not take care of it? Just like your skin, your hair also needs moisture and love. Ouidad hair oil can help! This product forms a protective barrier on your hair’s surface to lock in moisture and helps prevent damage from heat styling. it also states that its fast-absorbing liquid gold elixir delivers intense hydration to all curl types, restoring curls’ natural luster. Oh, and its silicone and sulfate free!


Next is Satin or Silk Scrunchies!

Hair scrunchies

Satin/Silk Scrunchies are a lifesaver when it comes to saving your hair. They function just as a hair tie does but with an added layer of protection to prevent snagging and tangling. The silk also ensures your hair won’t frizz or crease badly when tied up.


Fifth on the list is Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie.

For defined curls with soft yet effective holding power, this product is a must for styling! Plus, you don’t need to use much at all, which is great since it means one container will last you quite some time (many months).

Neem oil and coconut oil will hydrate your strands and control frizz while silk protein smoothes & shapes them into perfect ringlets or spirals.

The texture of this product is on the thicker side, so with my hair (2c 3a) I only use a quarter size or 2. If I use anymore it WILL weigh my hair down. If you have thicker or more coarse hair, you can use more of this product.


Last on the list is a Brush or Comb.

Picking between a Brush and Comb can be challenging. Really it depends on your hair type and how damaged your hair is at this point. I’ve found using a wide tooth comb helps my curly clump together however, lately my hairs been very tangly and a brush like the one above has helped a lot!


Curly Hair Wrap Up

I hope all you curly girls enjoyed this round-up of curly hair must-haves!! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out.

Remember, the key to finding products for curly hair is to focus on those that will hydrate, reduce breakage, minimize frizz.

Again, the products listed above may become your new favorites or may not, but these are the best ones that are working for me right now!

What’s your favorite curly hair product? Do you have any you regularly use for your curly hair? Would love to hear from you, comment below!

Ouidad
BioIonic

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We are the Booker Family. Florida living. Travel, Fitness, and Family is what we are all about!

2 thoughts on “Best wavy to curly hair products.

  1. So for the bonnet do you sleep with it on? My hair has had more brakeage Around the front and I’m thinking it’s from how I sleep. Your hair always looks so amazing.

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    1. Hi Jill! So, for the bonnet i sometimes sleep with it, most curly girls i know do sleep with it but if i dont i make sure my pillowcase is a satin/silk one. (The problem with that is silk likes to slide around and my pillow sometimes moves which gives me a kink in my neck. SO, i recommend the Bonnet. It’s just easier!

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