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New Natural Hair Care Products for Ethnic Hair Under $30!

Whether you have kinks, curls or waves, summer is the perfect season to let your natural hair shine. And the key to keeping hair moisturized and frizz-free is choosing the right products.  But with so many options, it takes a bit of trial-and-error.

Natural hair is liberating and beautiful./TH
To help navigate your product search, here are a few options we recently discovered:

Tgin (Thank God It's Natural) Hair Care is a complete line of products made with natural and organic ingredients for ethnic hair and skin, including shampoos, conditioners and styling aids.  Key nourishing and moisturizing ingredients include avocado oil, aloe vera, coconut oil, honey and Shea butter.  Try the new tgin Moist Collection (each product is $14.99), which includes Butter Cream Daily Moisturizer, a conditioning cream that revitalizes dry, brittle hair; Honey Miracle Hair Mask, a deep conditioner infused with raw honey and olive oil to strengthen strands and detangle on contact; and Twist & Define Cream, a styling cream that creates soft, shiny twists and long-lasting curl definition.

Whether you're black, white, Asian, Latina or some beautiful mix of any of the above, Mixed Chicks Leave-in Conditioner ($16.99) will help tame and define your unruly or tightly coiled curls and restore your hair's health.

Infused with natural butters, essential oils and herbal extracts, Jane Carter Solution Scalp Nourishing Solution ($14) helps eliminate dry scalp and promotes healthy hair growth.

Since the key to healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, Just Natural Organic Hair Care Vinegar Nutritive Rinse Cleanser ($26.99) works wonders. The rinse is infused with organic apple cider vinegar, herbal extracts and alpha hydroxy acids to balance your scalp's pH levels and kill bacteria.


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