Why Curly Products for Textured Hair is the Move

"Texture tends to become dry due to shower water, weather, environment, and other factors depending on lifestyle."

Frederikke Sofie By Dan Martensen


Curls, waves, locks, ringlets, they need extra hydration, extra nourishment, extra moisture, extra help in the frizz department. You get it. They need EXTRA. That is why products made specifically for textured hair have the winning ingredients. Because let’s face it, texture doesn’t look to hot after using products for “normal” hair. Your hair isn’t normal. Perhaps it’s high maintenance but we’re willing to work with her on this because when textured hair is properly treated, well then you have the hair everyone wishes they had.

Curl Charisma products by Briogeo are formulated with rice amino acids, quinoa extract, shea butter and tomato fruit ferment to de-frizz, define and provide lasting hydration for textured hair. The shampoo, conditioner and leave-in defining cream are TGH favorites. Another TGH approved product by Briogeo is The Don’t Despair Repair deep conditioning mask containing B-vitamins, rosehip and argan oils, algae, and biotin. The ingredients replenish dry hair. Texture tends to become dry due to shower water, weather, environment, and other factors depending on lifestyle. The extra nourishment in a hair mask is the weekly maintenance any hair care routine could use.

Oribe’s curl control silkening creme and curl shaping mousse. Sure there are cremes, texture sprays, gels, and mousses for all types of hair. But finding products made to define, control and shape curls will save the defeat of a creme or oil made only to smooth. The avocado, apricot, jojoba, and coconut oils in Oribe curl products provides frizz control and definition.

Yarok’s Feed Your Curls defining creme contains Jojoba, Grape Seed and Meadowfoam oil, Vitamin-Infused Aloe Vera and Argan Oil. The ingredients lock in moisture, heal split ends and defrizz, while defining locks. All benefits girls with curls truly need.

- By TGH