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If you’re a true product junkie you want to try it all. Whether it’s an independent brand or a new mainstream line that just entered the market, there are plenty of great products out there with little hype. Stray from the masses and take a chance on these hair products from both large and small indy brands. You just may come across some hidden gems, or your hair holy grail.

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1.Elucence Moisture Balancing Conditioner

Could it be true? A conditioner can double as both a rinse-out conditioner and a leave –in. What more can you ask for from a product that can do double duty? This lesser-known hair product hasn’t been getting as much attention as other mult-purpose conditioners, but it’s a must for those that want to save on using a product more than once in their wash day routine. This is a great conditioner especially for those with for those with fine 3A-3C curls and for mid-week co-wash.

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2. Uncle Funky’s Daughter Curl Magic

With a name like curl magic, you just have to give it a try. If you’re go-to style is the wash-n-go, consider this curl magic; it’s a very light gel and great for those looking for a product that isn’t too heavy on their hair. This stimulator also works to combat any frizz with second and third day wash-n-go styles.

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3. MyHoneyChild Coconut Hair Milk

Need something more than your current moisture cream? Add this product to your hair care routine. MyHoneyChild’s Coconut Hair Milk activates your curls for some serious frizz control and curl definition. This product is light, non-greasy, and extremely moisturizing, great to use during the cooler months.

4. Darcy’s Botanical’s Madagascar Vanilla Styling Butter

This is for type 4A-4C curls and those with coils struggling with moisture retention. Sometimes the shampoos you use strip your hair of its natural shine.  Darcy’s Botanical’s sweet smelling vanilla styling butter gives constantly dry tresses the moisture and natural shine they need.

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6. Green Beauty REAL Protein Treatment

Curls need a pick me up? Use a hydrolyzed protein to bring your hair back to life. This REAL protein treatment repairs your hair from over manipulation to build and maintain your hair’s elasticity. Because this product contains hydrolyzed protein, it should not be used as a weekly deep conditioner. Use this once or twice a month.

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7. Pure Naturals with Smooth Moisture Coconut Oil Butter Crème

Looking for an affordable dupe for the Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie? Try this butter crème from Pure Naturals which contains all natural ingredients similar to the curl enhancing smoothie such as coconut oil, hibiscus, and mango butter. This product also has a light to medium consistency, great for holding twists and braids for setting your style and it’s only $10.

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7.MYHoneyChild Honey Hair Mask

If your hair is constantly tangled after a wash n’ go style or an Afro. Consider using this hair mask from MyHoneyChild. The light, silky consistency gives hair slip to break through tangles and easily penetratethe hair shaft.  Unlike deep conditioners, this product doesn’t sit on top of the hair but sinks in to really work with your hair to reduce shedding and detangling time.

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8.Karen’s Body Beautiful Sweet Ambrosia Leave-In Conditioner

If your hair is excessively dry after a chemical treatment from a dye or a relaxer, consider this sweet smelling leave-in conditioner. Remember hair that has been chemically treated is vulnerable to breakage due to its lack of moisture. It’s also a plus that this leave-in acts as a barrier to protect you hair from damaged caused by UV rays and heat styling.

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