Curly Wurlies, These CG-Friendly Products Are Godsend

Here's the thing — there are different types of curly hair in the world and all types are beautiful. Whether your curls are coily or wavy — they need a hell lot of moisturising, conditioning, and often some curl enhancers. As a curly girl, I've tried plenty of products before discovering these and now there's no going back.

So, drumroll...this is a list of the best curly-girl friendly products for curly hair. Let's scrunch it! 

Mama Earth's Argan Hair Mask

Mamaearth

Mama Earth has a great range of hair masks and their Argan Hair Mask is one product I look forward to when my hair is truly messy. Since it's got all the good stuff like argan oil, avocado oil, and milk protein, it's great for deep conditioning. All you've got to do is apply it to your scalp well and leave it on for 20-30 minutes. I follow an extra step of wrapping my head with a hot towel and turn it into a mini-spa sesh. 

Nashi Argan Treatment Hair Oil

Nashi Argan

Argan oil is any curly girl's best friend. Thanks to all the moisturisation and conditioning it offers. Nashi's range of argan oil products is quite solid but it's their hair oil that I tend to go back to. It's lightweight and adds a fine bounce to hair. To be honest it doesn't even look like you've oiled your hair. The price is quite steep but this oil is for those days when your hair is limp and needs some overnight magic. 

The Moms Co. Natural Protein Hair Serum

The Moms Co.

Another brand that I've been hooked to is — The Moms Co. After receiving a lot of recommendations on this serum, I finally got it and have been hooked ever since. After every hair wash, just dab some serum and scrunch your hair for your curls to look well-defined. And what's not to love? It adds a shine too.

Love Beauty & Planet Smooth And Serene Shampoo

Love Beauty & Planet

Here's a shampoo that I can always count on — Love Beauty & Planet Smooth And Serene. This shampoo is loaded with argan oil (now you can tell argan oil is one of my most-loved ingredients), lavender, coconut oil, and plant-based cleansers. It smells like a dessert and sometimes I skip using a conditioner because this shampoo is legit that moisturising. 

Shea Butter Richly Replenishing Shampoo

The Body Shop

The Body Shop's Shea Butter range is one of my absolute favourites. And for a reason — they always give desired results. This shampoo is great for managing frizz and reducing split ends. You can also use the same conditioner. I generally use some of it as a leave-in conditioner and it works great. 

L'Oreal Paris EverCurl Conditioner

L'Oreal Paris

This is one of the very few vegan products that L'Oreal Paris has to offer. The best part about this CG-friendly conditioner is it doesn't weigh down your curls and it adds a fine definition to your hair. 

WOW Coconut & Avocado Oil Conditioner

I picked this product when a few curly girls recommended it. Both avocado and coconut do all things good to your hair and apart from using it as a conditioner, I often use this as a leave-in too. It does weigh down (very little) my hair but if you're going after a sultry look and run out of a styling serum, this 100 per cent works.

Cantu Shea Butter Moisturizing Curl Activator Cream

You don't need me to tell you about Cantu's curl products. This curl activator cream truly enhances your curls. Although I've used it only a handful of times, this cream does wonders. Especially as and when your hair grows longer, our curls can look limp and weighed down. So for those days, this one is your hero with a red cape.