4 Drugstore Hair Products Every Curly Girl Needs


All curly girls know that we cannot just roll out of bed and have a good hair day. These inexpensive drugstore products can help you turn your crazy bedhead into healthy, shiny, and voluminous curls.
Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie ($10)
No one enjoys having to deal with pesky fly-aways so that is why having products like Shea Moisture’s Curl Enhancing Smoothie is a must. This hair product is infused with Silk Protein, Neem Oil, and Coconut Oil, which are all ingredients that will help to tame frizz and define your lovely locks.
Miss Jessies Leave-In Condish ($10)
Conditioners set the stage for gorgeous looking curls and that is just what Miss Jessies Leave-In Condish does. The lightweight leave in conditioner aids in detangling, fights frizz, and leaves your curls feeling soft to the touch!
Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo  ($11)
Whetheryou’ve colored colored, straightened, or permed your hair, we’ve all damaged our hair in some way. This shampoo’s main purpose is to nourish damaged or chemically processed tresses as well as soften hair to promote growth.
Curls Goddess Glaze Curl Gel  ($6)
To keep your curls looking in tip-top shape, use a gel like Curls Goddess Glaze Curl Gel. It is made from aloe leaf juice and helps to set and keep your curls in place all day. (P.S This gel really helps to create amazing twist-outs and braid-outs.)
Next time you find yourself shopping at your local Walgreens or CVS, don’t forget to head over to the hair product aisle and add these curly girl essentials to your basket!
Curly girls, what are some of your must-have products?

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