Natural hair, when well maintained, can be a black woman’s best accessory. It can be worn in a funky fro’ or silky straight and everything in between. But maintaining natural hair can be an uphill battle if the proper products aren’t used.
With so many options, how is a girl to choose?
Here are a few recommendations:
Dr. Miracle Deep Conditioning Treatment
Known for promises of being “tingling intensive,” Dr. Miracle certainly delivers on this guarantee. If you like to “feel” products in action, this is definitely the conditioner for you. It leaves hair feeling extremely soft and moisturized.
A dreamy blend of Agave Nectar and other botanicals, Kinky Curly preserves the natural wave or curl pattern. For the perfect look, a wash-and-go will work. For a more defined look, use Kinky Curly sparingly while flat twisting hair. After hair is completely dry, untwist for great curls.
An unlikely contender, TRESemme curl conditioner is a sure winner. It provides intensive moisturizing, as well as great detangling properties. The bottle boasts about the products inclusion of B1 which, according to online research, is particularly good for wavy or curly hair.
Kimble Bounce Back Curl Revitalizer
Like Kinky Curly, the Bounce Back Revitalizer retains the natural curl pattern for a more defined look, while minimizing frizz. The product also promises to add moisture, which it unfailingly delivers.
La Bomba Hair Treatment
A conditioner straight from the Dominican Republic, it promises–and delivers–healthier and softer hair. Because it’s all natural, this is a great option for those who avoid chemically-altered products.
Today, unlike just a decade ago, there’s an endless selection of products that cater to the needs of women with natural hair. While this list isn’t the end-all-be-all, it is certainly a start.