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Looking for top-notch hair products for your curly, wavy locks or frizzy hair? At Curlygirlmovement, we have developed special curly girl products that are perfect for anyone with curly hair. Plus, all of our products are fully compliant with the curly girl method.

But then what are the right hair products for your type of hair? We would be happy to help you out!

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Clarifying Combo

€37,95€43,90

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Wash Combo Heavy

€37,95€43,90

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Wash Combo Light

€37,95€43,90

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Co-Wash Combo

€37,95€43,90

Curly Hair Towel

€39,95

Sleeping Cap S/M

€29,95

Sleeping Cap M/L

€29,95

What are Curly Girl products?

Curly Girl products are hair care products specifically developed and formulated according to the principles of the Curly Girl Method. These products are designed to address the specific needs of naturally curly hair and meet the requirements of the Curly Girl Method.

Some examples of Curly Girl products are:

1. Sulfate-free shampoos:

These shampoos gently cleanse hair without sulfates. Sulfates cause dehydrated curls and can remove the natural oil from your curls.

2. Co-wash conditioners:

These conditioners are suitable for use during co-washing, where you wet your hair first and then wash it with conditioner instead of shampoo. They help cleanse the hair and moisturize it at the same time.

3. Hydrating conditioners:

These conditioners are rich in moisturizing ingredients to intensely hydrate hair and reduce frizz. They can be used as leave-in conditioners or as regular conditioners.

4. Leave-in conditioners:

These are lightweight conditioners that are applied to wet hair after washing and not rinsed out. They provide long-lasting hydration, make hair easier to comb through and reduce frizz.

The main feature of Curly Girl products is that they are free of certain ingredients such as sulfates, silicones, drying alcohol and mineral oils.

Instead, they often contain nourishing and moisturizing ingredients specifically suited for curly hair. From now on, washing with shampoo containing sulfate is a thing of the past!

What is the Curly Girl method?

The Curly Girl Method is a hair care routine designed specifically for anyone with curly hair. The goal of this method is to enhance the natural beauty of curly hair, maintain moisture and reduce frizz.

The Curly Girl Method encourages avoiding harmful ingredients such as sulfates, silicones, drying alcohols and mineral oils. Instead, the method focuses on using moisturizing and nourishing products that nourish and define curls.

Important aspects of the Curly Girl Method include using sulfate-free and silicone-free shampoos, co-washing (washing with conditioner), moisturizing and conditioning the hair with leave-in conditioners and styling products, and protecting the curls while sleeping with a satin pillowcase or hair cap, for example.

By following the Curly Girl Method, people with curls can embrace their natural texture and enjoy healthier, resilient and beautifully defined curls. Proper hair care is key to creating the desired results.

What is the Curly Girl Method step-by-step plan?

The Curly Girl Method works on several principles and steps aimed at caring for and improving curly hair. Here are the main steps and practices of the Curly Girl Method:

1. Avoid sulfates:

Sulfates are cleansing ingredients often used in shampoos. A sulfate shampoo causes your hair to dry out faster, which is why you can get that frizzy hair in the first place. They can dry out the hair and remove the natural oils. Instead, you can opt for sulfate-free shampoos or switch completely to co-washing (washing with conditioner).

The only time you use a shampoo with sulfates is during the final wash. During the final wash, you use a shampoo with sulfates one more time to remove all the build up from your hair. So you start your new hair routine with a clean slate.

2. Eliminate silicones:

Silicones are smoothing ingredients commonly found in hair products. While they can give hair a smooth appearance, they can also cause buildup and weigh down curls.

3. Co-washing:

Co-washing involves washing your hair with conditioner instead of shampoo. This helps to keep hair hydrated while still cleansing it gently.

Co-washing conditioners are different from normal conditioners because they are a lot lighter, making them suitable for washing your hair as well.

Gently massage the conditioner into the scalp and lengths of your hair (make sure the bottom half of your hair is completely covered), then rinse thoroughly

4. Hydration:

Curly hair often needs extra hydration because of its natural tendency to dryness. Use moisturizing leave-in conditioners or styling products to add moisture to hair and reduce frizz.

Apply these products to wet hair and distribute evenly with your fingers or a wide-tooth comb. Do not use a brush as this may cause your resilient curls to frizz.

5. Define and style:

Use styling products, such as a gel, mousses or creams, to define and style your curls. Do not use wax as this is bad for your natural curls. Apply the products to wet hair and gently squeeze them into the hair to activate the curls.

You can also use techniques such as the praying hands method or the scrunching method to distribute the products evenly and shape the curls.

6. Drying and protecting:

It is best to air dry your curls to avoid heat damage. Air drying does take some time. Time you may not have to get your curls completely dry. In that case, you can also use a hair dryer. Do use a diffuser to protect the curls. That way you distribute the heat more to each curl.

While sleeping, you can protect your curls by using a satin pillowcase or wrapping your hair in a satin hair cap to reduce friction and frizz. If you don't have this you can also use a cotton t-shirt.

Make the best out of your curls

By following these steps and choosing hair products that adhere to the principles of the Curly Girl Method, you can maximize the health, bounce and definition of your curls. It may take some experimentation and adjustment to discover which products and techniques work best for your particular hair type and curl pattern.

Your curl type and hair thickness determine the amount of products and whether these should be light products (coarse curls) or heavier products (spiral curls). The elasticity of your hair determines whether you need products with or without protein.

Low porosity or high porosity also plays a role in choosing the right product. The position of your hair cuticles indicates the porosity of your curls.

Curly hair quiz

Wondering which products will work best for your hair type? With our curl quiz, you will know in a few clicks exactly what your hair needs and how you can best take care of your curls.

All CG friendly products

All Curlygirlmovement products are CG-friendly. This means that our products only consist of the right ingredients and do not contain silicones, parabens, mineral oils, or aggressive sulfates such as SLS and SLES. Perfect for the Curlygirl who takes care of her hair according to the CG method.

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