Three Hairstylist-Approved Products for Curls

News Flash! Women with curly hair spend twice as much on hair products than women with straight hair according to a report from TextureMedia. But the real question here is—are the products worth it? To help our lovely curly-haired gals make the best choices, we asked hairstylists about their favorite products for curly hair.

Dove Nourishing Oil Care Anti-Frizz Serum ($7)  
“I find that curly hair needs the most attention, so I tell my clients to take extra special care of it and use a light serum like the Dove Nourishing Oil Care Anti-Frizz Serum right after the shower and then let the curls dry naturally,” says celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend. “This serum contains natural almond and coconut oils that give curly hair much-needed extra moisture and shine without weighing it down.”

DevaCurl No-Poo ($19)
“Girls with very thick, curly hair sometimes find it difficult to shampoo with a regular formulation, as it dehydrates curls leaving them looking and feeling frizzy and dry,” says Warren-Tricomi hairstylist Marc Mena. “That’s why I love DevaCurl No-Poo. It’s a shampoo-alternative that is super-moisturizing, cleanses and hydrates the scalp for bouncy, healthy curls. You won’t even miss the lather!”

Ojon Rare Blend Protecting Mist ($27)
“Rare Blend Protecting Mist adds hydration that is essential to predictable curl formation—it also reduces frizz and acts as a second day refresher,” says celebrity hairstylist Gwynne Mims. “It’s also perfect to keep in your purse or at the office to refresh curls on-the-go!”

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