Loose Natural Curls Product Review

The best natural hair products to get loose, fluffy curls.
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Products Used:
Hair Ties
Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus Curling Souffle
Marc Anthony Curl Defining Lotion
Design Essentials Milk Creme

 

I stumbled into this hairstyle while getting ready for a girl’s night out. It’s fun, light and perfect for spring. The perfect thing about this hairstyle is how easy it to do. It works on damp or dry hair, but dry hair is better. If you find yourself getting ready last minute for a fun night out, then this hairstyle is for you. This style is a combination of two protective styles: Bantu knots and braids. I start with Bantu knots and once I take them out, I do soft braids all over to get the curls to lay down a bit. If you want a full tutorial on this hairstyle, comment below and we’ll create one!

In this post, I’ll be reviewing the products I used to get this look. I love reading product reviews and thought I’d share a few. I use these products regularly and swear by them. At times it’s a bit hard to get a read on natural hair products, especially if you’re inexperienced. I see tons of hair tutorials but fewer product reviews.

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Shea Moisture Curling Souffle
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One of my first natural hair products, I live for this gel curling souffle time and time again. It’s too heavy for everyday use but works wonderfully for securing heatless curls. I apply it generously to the ends of hair before I secure it with a hair tie. Not only does it keep my curls defined, it keeps them soft and natural. There’s nothing worse than hard and flaky curls.

 Marc Anthony Curl Defining Lotion
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I’ll be honest: I would’ve never tried this product if it hadn’t been sent to Tiff & Coco for review. Marc Anthony isn’t something I’d heard of outside of JLO’s ex-husband. Luckily, that’s no longer the case because I adore their Strictly Curls line. Most of the products are lightweight and made with natural hair-friendly ingredients, like this curl defining lotion. After I section my hair but before I comb it out, I apply this generously throughout. It keeps my hair moisturized with a lot of shrinkage.

Design Essentials Milk Creme
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Milk creme is good for just about any part in the process of styling natural hair. I adore this delicious milk creme because it works wonders on my often damaged hair. If you have frizz, split ends, or dry hair – this should be in your daily routine. The argan and sunflower oil work instantly to hydrate and revitalize your hair. I apply this generously right before I braid my hair, then after I take out the braids to keep frizz down and maintain my curl structure.

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