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Styling Products 101: Curl Boosters

Woman with long black shiny hair

Curl Boosting or Curl Defining Styling Products

What they do:

  • They make curls bouncy and frizz-free and add definition.

Why you need a curl booster:

  • Polished ringlets don’t come naturally—coarse, textured hair can be unruly and need a little extra help to look picture-perfect

How to use curl booster products:

  • Apply to towel-dried hair. Scrunch-style with a diffuser or let hair air-dry, gently pushing it into place and twisting sections around your finger. The less you touch curly hair, the better!

Jar of Philip Kingsley Curl Activator Whether you’re a natural curl girl or like to go ringlet-y now and then, Curl Activator from Philip Kingsley
offers medium hold, separation and smoothness.

Bottle of L'anza Healing Style Curl Define

L’anza Healing Style Curl Define Controlis a lightweight cream that promotes polish and curl definition. Plus, it has the exclusive Keratin Healing System to help repair damaged hair.

Bottle of Curl Conscious Holding Foam from Bumble and bumble

Have your curls gone wild? Add a quarter-size dollop of Curl Conscious Holding Foam from Bumble and bumble to dampen hair for long-lasting structure and hold.

Bottle of Arrojo Curl Creme Curl Booster

Make the most of your ringlets with Arrojo Curl Creme, which adds plenty of separation and control. Plus, it’s moisture-rich, which helps prevent frizz and get hair ultra-bouncy and full.

Bottle of DevaCurl's No-Poo Cleanser DevaCurl No-Poo Zero Lather Conditioning Cleanser Hair Shampoos are designed with curly-haired women in mind: the non-lathering, moisture-rich formula results in gorgeously healthy, frizz-free texture.

 

 

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