Keep It Natural With These Haircare Brands

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Being a naturalista isn't always so easy. Finding the right products to treat your hair can often be difficult. Luckily though as more brands become aware of the importance of extending their reach to all women, there are more options available out there for those who rock naturally curly or afro hair.

Let Grass-fields show you some of the best products and brands to use on your natural hair.

Shea Moisture

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Founded in 1991 by two Liberians living in Harlem, New York, SheaMoisture started with black women's hair in mind. They have since expanded to skincare products as well, but still focus their efforts on where they started from. SheaMoisture carries whole lines based on different ingredients, so you'll definitely find your favorite. Watch YouTuber CurlyPenny review SheaMoisture's 100% Virgin Coconut Oil line.

 

Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture

 

Born Sarah Breedlove in 1867 into a family of former slave farm laborers, Madam C.J. Walker managed to become the first self-made millionaire black woman with her line of innovative hair products. Over a century and a half later, her legacy continues to live on through the company that bears her name. Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture is strictly focused on hair products for natural and curly hair. Watch natural hair YouTuber jascmeen review the 'Hair Culture' line.

 
Mixed Chicks

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Kim Etheridge and Wendy Levy came up with Mixed Chicks after a lifetime of dealing with what others termed 'unruly' hair. Struggling having to mix many different products together to treat their hair, the two started Mixed Chicks just two years after they met, and the rest is history. Whether you need a condition, a co-wash, styling products or more, Mixed Chicks has you covered. They also have products for men and children. Let kinkysweat tell you about Mixed Chicks Styling Cream.

 

 
There you have it! These are some good brands to help you to maintain and treat your natural kinky or curly hair.

Are they any brands that you like to use? Have you used any of these products and want to share your opinion?

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