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The Natural Hair Products That Will Turn Your Curl Game Up A Notch

Whether you're a 3A, 2B or 4C, your curls matter.

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As Black women, we take our crowns seriously, no matter the style of the crown. Our natural hair is a means of showcasing the beauty of our roots. Whether you're a 3A, 2B or 4C, your curls matter.

Being a naturalista is no easy feat. You have to be up to the minute on all of the latest natural hair products to ensure you're giving your curls the love they deserve. Our curls comes in all different shapes, sizes and textures so we have to meet them where they are but not leave them there. With humidity coming for all the hard work we put into maintaining the perfect curl and avoiding frizz, we gotta stay ready so we don't have to get ready.

Keep reading for some natural hair products that will have your curls screaming, "Yasssss!"

*This list is specially curated by the xoNecole team and some links are affiliate links. If you purchase an item from an affiliate link, xoNecole might earn a small commission.

Aveeno Oat Milk Blend Shampoo

www.aveeno.com

Target

Did you know that oat milk is great for soothing your scalp? Because it is rich in protein and lipids, it adds a smoothness and shine that your curls will thank you for. Depending on your scent preference, you may love or hate the fragrance but we guarantee you'll love how your hair feels after a good shampoo.

$7

Oyin Handmade Hair Natural Moisture Dew

Walmart


Celebrated as the leave-in to believe in, this Oyin product will kick dryness in the ass. The castor oil and squalane provide hydration and moisture for your coils and kinks.

$19

SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Treatment Masque

Target

SheaMoisture is an illustrious collection of products perfect for repairing damaged hair. If you've been using heat and/or coloring your hair more than you should, this Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen & Restore Treatment Masque will reduce shedding and allow your hair to grow free of harsh chemicals.

$12

DevaCurl Deep Sea Repair Seaweed Strengthening Mask

Macy's

DevaCurl created a treatment ideal for defining your curls while also improving elasticity. Try using this product once a week to power-pack your curls with the strength it needs for any style. Word on the street is that this DevaCurl option is a great option for transitioning curls.

$64

KareCo Tangle Buster Brush

Nordstrom Rack

Your coils need a brush that is gentle and efficient. The Tangle Buster has your back from its flexible paddle to the easy glide bristles. Whether using it on wet or dry hair, you can flawlessly detangle your hair in one hour, giving you more time to style your hair.

$12

SOULTANICALS Fluffalicious Nutricious

Target

With a name like Fluff-a-licious, how can you go wrong? A little goes a long way as you style your bantu knots or twist out. You can depend on this product to keep your hair supple for days on end. Not to mention, the wheat germ oil and blue malva herb gives thick curly strands maximum nourishment.

$16

Afro Sheen Crown Defining Curl Cream

Walmart

Sometimes our curls need a little help – think of this curl defining cream as the curl support system. It lacks grease, is full of fatty acids and reduces split ends. When lathering the cream, you are sure to notice an instant softness.

$8

R+Co Cassette Curl Shampoo 

Walmart

Everyone hates frizz so, when we find a product that tames frizz, we are sold. Between the flaxseed and rice oil, you'll want to treat this product like your favorite album that you can play and walk away. It will strengthen your hair from the follicle to the ends.

$25

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