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Style Your Natural Hair with Kinky-Curly Organic Curl Care

Remember when having kinky, curly, or wavy hair was a problem? Well, it isn't anymore thanks to products like Kinky-Curly, specifically made to help women and girls embrace the beauty of their natural curls.  I like to call it freedom hair.

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What distinguishes Kinky-Curly from similar hair products you'll find at your beauty supply store is it's made with natural ingredients based on a recipe from creator Shelley Davis' homeland in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Kinky-Curly ($12 - $17) uses the highest grade of concentrated organic ingredients to ensure that curly girls will achieve the styles they want without sacrificing the health of their hair.  The products are formulated to add moisture, give hold without drying hair out, and protect it from harsh environmental elements.

I've used Spiral Spritz, billed as an alternative to silicone serums that can be used on dry or wet hair.  The lightweight holding gel is made with  lavender, water, aloe vera, and grapefruit seed extract.  It didn't leave my hair dry or flaky, and helped keep my curls shiny and defined.

Other popular Kinky-Curly products include: Come Clean Shampoo made with a blend of Mandarin orange extract and sea kelp; Knot Today Leave-in Conditioner/Detangler made with mango fruit extract; creamy Gloss Pomade made with jojoba, Meadowfoam, and pomegranate oils; and the popular Curling Custard made with a nourishing, curl-enhancing blend of chamomile, marshmallow, organic aloe vera juice, Vitamin E, and agave nectar extract.

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