Fall in Love with Your Curly Hair: Products and Tips for Gorgeous, Healthy Curls!

paul siewert dnpa8k6TGRE unsplash scaled

Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are ‘affiliate links’. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission.


Having curly hair can be both a blessing and a curse. While it adds a unique texture and volume to your hair that straight hair simply cannot match, it does come with its own set of challenges. If not managed properly, curly hair can be frizz-prone, hard to manage, and difficult to style. That’s why it’s crucial to have the right products on hand to ensure your curls look their absolute best.

Here are some must-have products that every curly-haired person should have in their arsenal:

1. Leave-in conditioner: As curly hair tends to be drier than straight hair, a good leave-in conditioner is essential to keep your curls hydrated and healthy. I LOVE this brand, Curls Blueberry Bliss and their Reparative Leave-In Conditioner is unmatched!

2. Curl-defining cream: I thought spending over $20 for a hair product was insane until I found this one by Bumble and Bumble. This product helps define your curls and keeps them free from frizz. The best way to use it is by applying it to damp hair, scrunching it, and letting it air dry.

3. Curl gel: I struggled for so long with my curls, especially moving to the South. Once I started adding curl gel to my routine, it was game over! I tried every curl gel under the sun, but Curls Blueberry Bliss came in clutch again with this curl gel! It leaves my curls soft and bouncy without the harshness that some gels cause.

4. Microfiber towel: A microfiber towel is gentle on your curls and helps absorb excess water without disturbing your curl pattern while reducing frizz. I haven’t found one microfiber towel I prefer over the other, but I do love this Kitsch one because it’s so cute!

5. Wide-tooth comb: A wide-tooth comb is perfect for detangling your hair when it’s wet. This Giorgio wooden wide-tooth comb is my FAVORITE!

6. Satin pillowcase: I tried to deny for a long time that this would change my hair, but when I finally gave in I was quickly proved wrong. I bought this Lacette Mulberry Silk Pillowcase and I am forever grateful.

Besides the products mentioned above, there are a few other things to keep in mind when caring for your curly hair.

Firstly, don’t wash your hair too often. Curly hair tends to be drier than straight hair, so washing it too much can strip it of its natural oils, leaving it dry and frizzy. Instead, try to wash your hair once or twice a week, and use a gentle, sulfate-free shampoo.

Secondly, don’t brush your hair when it’s dry. Brushing curly hair when it’s dry can cause breakage and frizz. Instead, use your fingers or a wide-tooth comb to detangle your hair when it’s dry.

Thirdly, avoid heat styling your hair too often. Heat can cause damage to your hair, making it dry and brittle. If you must use heat, use a low heat setting and protect your hair with a heat protectant spray.

Finally, consider getting regular trims. Trimming your hair every six to eight weeks can help keep your curls looking their best by preventing split ends and breakage.

In conclusion, curly hair can be beautiful and unique. With the right products and care, you can ensure that your curls look their absolute best. Remember to be gentle with your hair, avoid using too much heat, and keep it hydrated to maintain its health and vibrancy.

See my previous blog posts:

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter

What do you think?