The Best Curl Perfecting Products for Natural Curls

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The Best Curl Perfecting Products for Natural Curls
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As much as curls are extremely popular and sought after by girls with pin straight hair, having naturally curly hair isn’t as exciting as it may seem. Having curly hair, I understand the love-hate relationship that comes along with the coveted curls. As much as I appreciate having curls, there are days where all I want is for them to cooperate. This is especially true in the summer when curls are synonymous with frizz. It seems as though every day they want to do something different — which is the complete opposite of what I want them to do.

Luckily, there are products out there that will whip your curls into shape. You want to make sure you start off with shampoos and conditioners that are made for curly hair. Aveda and Bumble and bumble both have a great line of products made especially for curly hair. Creams and serums are also great for curls, as they can smooth out frizz and leave your hair shiny and soft. Leave-in conditioners are crucial for girls with curls. Since they dry out very easily, using a conditioning treatment once or twice a week restores any moisture lost due to heat damage.

Check out the curl perfecting products in the slideshow that will not only enhance your natural curls but leave them in better shape than they were before!

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A detangler is crucial for those with curls. This one will enhance the elasticity of your hair while making it easier to get all of the knots out. (Sexy Hair Curly Sexy Hair Curling Detangler, $15.50, Ulta.com)

Start off using this shampoo to give your curls shape right out of the shower. (Bumble and bumble Curl Conscious Smoothing Shampoo, $22, Sephora.com)

This conditioner not only smells amazing, but will enhance your curls up to 57%. (Be Curly Conditioner, $21, Aveda.com)

Diffusers help speed up the drying process without making your hair frizzy. (Revlon Diffuser Attachment, $9.99, Ulta.com)

Curls have a tendency to dry out easily. Use this leave-in conditioner once or twice a week to restore moisture back into your hair. (Aussie Sydney Smooth 3 Minute Miracle Smoothing Treatment, $4.19, Soap.com)

This curl definer nourishes and conditions your hair to help give it a natural luster. (Carol's Daughter Hair Milk, $9.00, Sephora.com)

This lightweight formula protects your hair from heat damage without leaving it greasy. The blend of avocado, olive and grape oils leave your curls shiny and it has an extended release formula to keep frizz out all day. (Ouidad Climate Control Frizz and Flyaway Fighter, $22, Sephora.com)

This lightweight mousse has a strong hold without leaving your hair crunchy. (TIGI Catwalk Curlesque Strong Mousse, $14.96, Drugstore.com)

Try using a curl perfecting lotion to smooth out your ringlets without weighing them down. (Redken Ringlet 07 Curl Perfector, $18, Ulta.com)

For curly hair, you want to use a wide tooth comb to get out any tangles. It loosens up your curls without turning them into a poof ball. (Wide Tooth Comb, $3.99, Sallybeauty.com)

Moroccan oil is known to be great for hair. This cream will give your curls body and leave them in better condition than before. (Moroccan Oil Intense Curl Cream, $36, Amazon.com)

A finishing spray is a great way to seal in your style. Use this spray to protect from humidity and UVA rays. (Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger, $18.99, Drugstore.com)

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