Curls: you either love them or you have them.
I may be stretching the truth a little here but there is no denying that being a possessor of a Simba style mane can be a struggle. Whether you splash out on GHDs to sizzle it into good behaviour or go broke collecting the oil of every nut and plant the world has to offer to try to tame that frizz explosion, all of us are certainly paying the price to keep our curls looking polished. But once you have finally learnt how to care for your curls, armed yourself with all the serum and mousse weaponry, and gone to war with social pressures that present sleek, straight hair as being the most beautiful hair type, you are ready to flaunt the curls your momma gave you (or your dad - or both, yknow whoever really).
You can get out there knowing your natural hair is incredible and curls are beautiful.
First things first (I'm the realest), the world already knows that coconut oil is a gift from God and should be revered by all. What I find suits my hair type best is to use coconut oil as a hair mask before I wash my hair in order to add in a little moisture before the horror of shampooing. I put it mostly on the ends of my hair then wrap my hair in an old scarf or tshirt (cotton or silk is best on curly hair - the texture of a towel can be too harsh). I then leave it on for an hour or so then wash my hair normally with shampoo and conditioner. I find that it makes my hair softer and less prone to frizz.
I'm still searching for a perfect hair oil for my hair but this one by Aussie is coming quite close. It has quite a distinctive smell that lots of people seem to like based on the online reviews but for me it is slightly herby for my liking. But I am so interested to try more hair oils and find a perfect match. But I would recommend this for someone with more wavy than curly hair.
Let me know if you have tried any of these products and I would love to hear recommendations of other products for curls that everyone likes.