Top Ten Best Hair Products for the Newly Natural

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November 22, 2011 ‐ By Danielle Kwateng

The process of going natural can be quite daunting. Even though the same hair has been growing from our scalps since birth, many of us are totally in the dark as to our natural hair needs. The trick with hair is to recognize that it needs to be trained with a regular regimen. For those who decide to go natural, by nature, the hair will flourish with natural products. When looking for products the key word is MOISTURE.

In order to prevent breakage, thus encouraging growth, naturally curly hair needs organic moisture and lots of water. We have a list of ten products we think are fabulous for the job, but make sure to notice a trend of key ingredients: shea butter, coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, water, rosemary and they’re all alcohol-free. And above all, enjoy the process! As many will confess, going natural is not only a physical, but mental and spiritual journey that should be embraced at each stage.

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  • http://www.stargels.com/ mikal

    This is best hair style site

  • Hanna Jackson

    Check out the pro naturals shampoo and conditioner. They are sulfate-free and smell really good, i like them a lot

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  • http://www.facebook.com/takeitha.jones.9 MzLady Ma’am

    I’ve been natural for 2 years,however keeping my hair moist and not dry looking has been a major problem…. I need some hair help please.

    • gwen

      Believe it or not. I use “Just for Me” for children hair line and my hair is soft with beautiful curls. I figured if its good for children without the harsh chemicals than why not. The cost very inexpensive and my hair has grown since switching from the more expensive line. Be careful with all the hype of all natural products, since everyone have decided to go natural for healthy hair reasons, people are making up stuff for a profit, thinking we are all desperate for the new look. But ladies trust me. ” Just for Me” products will keep your natural looks soft and beautiful with extra money in your pocket. Dollar General and Walmart carry the entire line for less than $20 for entire line. You will thank me later.

      • Tamiah Hart

        This makes perfect sense. What just for me products would you recommend to define the kinky curl look?

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  • Just saying!!

    I do use Kinky Curly Knot today and Suave to co-wash. ….and Mixed chicks deep conditioner (which I happen to love btw)

  • Brittany

    I had to spent like half of my salary just to get one called Pro Naturals Moroccan argan oil. Got their WHOLE LINE. Totally worth it though, not gonna lie. Did miracles for my hair, can’t live without them now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jasmine-Santa-Maria/100003766672410 Jasmine Santa Maria

    My hair is VERY processed (bleached and highlighted) and tends to be dry and brittle, especially on the ends. I’ve used other treatments, but nothing seemed to really make my hair look healthy for any extended period. My stylist just got the Antioxidant Leave in Protectant from Shielo, and the Shielo Hydrate Conditioner. He used it on my hair and the difference – I felt immedicately! So I bought my own. My hair hasn’t looked this good in years! It’s soft and natural feeling and looking. I love this stuff and look forward to using it every day!

  • KarmenDani

    I’m going to have to take out another student loan to be able to afford a few of these things… I think i’ll stick with my hello hydration shampoo and my eco styler gel =]

  • MEKAH

    Hello, I am a Hair Stylist and I am looking for the next hot product to use on my clients…… hOW WOULD YOU RATE THIS PRODUCT WITH ALL HONESTY

  • Tifflgreen

    I totally use the suave and Shea moisture! Glad they made the list!

  • Bp

    Alberto V05 conditioners are bomb too, and than a dollar!

  • Msmykimoto2u

    Woo! This stuff is ‘spensive! I think I’ll stick to my homeade recipes. They have yet to do me wrong. The only product on this list I use is the Suave Coconut Conditioner as a cowash (wonderful btw) and mix it with a bit of coconut milk (for protein), coconut oil,  and a lil bit of grapeseed oil so it wont go rancid and keep it refridgerated. Keeps my hair so soft!

    • tasha♡♥

      What is a cowash?

  • Tallchiick

    I’ve only used one of the products…the Sheamoisture curl enhancing smoothie….and it is definitely not a styling cream…more like moisturizer…I hate it…but it works wonders on cheap weave lol

  • makeupbuyer

    will definitely try some of them

  • http://twitter.com/urbansista TheAccidentalNatural

    Don’t forget water, olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter and aloe vera juice or gel. I’ve been natural for about three years and I’ve learned, the less money spent, the happier you and your hair will be. 

  • achik4u2nv

    I use real shea butter in my hair and just went natural…so far it works

  • HONEY LOVE

    I would have NEEEVER thought to put Suave in my hair

  • http://www.facebook.com/oenyinnah Olachi Enyinnah

    Qhemet Biologics is wonderful, can we say moisture.  The Cocoa Detangling Ghee and Alma & Olive Heavy  Cream are great products to use when you are starting or you’ve been in the natural game for a while. I love them:) 

  • Sugar_Spice

    I live by all Shea Moisture products, they have an amazing thickening spray.  I also use Suave to co wash my hair

  • LaLaLaMeansILoveYou

    Miss Jessie’s curl pudding for $7?? Where? Because everywhere I see it, it’s THE FULL $38. I need store names MN. And quickly because I’m almost all out :)

    • Bree

      The 2oz is $7. That’s why I’ll never buy it. They have a bogo at target right now if you’re willing to shell out that much.

    • Sugar_Spice

      Try the curl enhancing smoothie by Shea as an alternative.  You can get it at Target but only use a quarter size

    • Milole924

      $7 is for the small tube which is like a sample size.

  • KissesNCupcakes

    Don’t forget their Heaven in Hair!  It’s the only product that works for my curls. 

  • whitwhat

    Gosh! The cost of being natural make you not wanna be natural! Dang! Can a sista get ah deal or something. Matter ah fact I goto the flea market and get stuff to make my own. And I bet mines work better! ;)

    • voiceofreason38

      I think its more expensive to maintain a relaxer & hair straightening & in a healthy manner than going with the flow of natural hair