We all dream of achieving the perfect hair texture. As a professional stylist, I see so many clients with their hair wet in its natural state only to learn they already have the perfect texture, they’re just not using it. It’s not as if we want what we don’t have; a lot of us want what we do have! When it comes to maintaining natural texture, all you need is an open mind and an open hand to work in some product. Trust us when we tell you that experimenting with these things now will keep your efforts even more low key once you find a new, natural rhythm.
ORIBE CURL BY DEFINITION CREME
This lightweight creme feels similar to a leave-in conditioner and will replace whatever mousse you’ve been using for too many years to admit. It has a crunch-free finish, leaving your curls soft, flexible, and in tact.
AMIKA HAUTE MESS TEXTURE GEL
Don’t be scared by the word gel. I definitely was. But there’s no need for that. This product dries fast with a soft yet textured finish. Think of it as a substitute to Dry Texture Spray for hair that is in au-naturel form.
SUNNIE BROOK’S SIGNATURE HAND TOWEL
This smooth surfaced towel is extremely absorbent, making it easy to towel dry your hair without getting frizz from friction. Not only does it soften with use and gentle care, but it’s a multi-purpose tool—you can use it a number of different ways making it an investment worthwhile.
MACADAMIA PROFESSIONAL TAME YOUR CURLS CREAM
Frizz is a frequent culprit of what keeps us from air drying our locks. A dime-size portion of this creme used at any point periodically throughout the day will keep your waves active, smooth, frizz-free and smelling like a tropical paradise.
HASK REPAIRING CONDITIONER
If you prefer to shower at night and let your hair dry while you sleep (we’re a rare breed), try rinsing only about 85% of your conditioner and putting one or two three-strand braids in before bed. Lately, I refuse to use anything other than Hask’s Repairing Conditioner (and Shampoo). It gives me silky, healthy-looking hair and helps my natural waves air dry without getting frizzy.
What products do you use to enhance the natural texture of your tresses? Tell us below!