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Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday:
8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday:
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

The Journey Begins

A Natural Curly Hair Guide

When properly styled, naturally curly hair is a delight to behold. So let us guide you through the process of enhancing natural curls and choosing the right products for your hair. Let your confidence shine through with Curlfident!

Your Natural Look

The vast array of products available today for curly hair can be overwhelming, and it could take time to find the right products for your hair. That's why we've put together some helpful tips and information that every person with naturally curly hair should have. Please review the below to learn about the tools you need and to see examples of helpful products.


Step 1
Choose what you want to incorporate into your hair care regimen. When treating your hair, the basics include cleansing, moisturizing, strengthening, and protection. Depending on your lifestyle and your hair's needs, there may be a variety of elements that you decide to add, such as hot oil treatments, pre-shampoo rinses, conditioners, or daily moisturizers.

Step 2
Not all hair is created equal, so finding products that work for you are essential. We have some recommend products that we use ourselves or that have received exceptional reviews for you to sample.
Step 3
Once you find the right products for you, make sure you stock up on them use regularly. This is to ensure you always have what you need on-hand to get the best results.

Step 4
Be consistent, persistent, and patient. Like anything, this is a process, so you may experience some initial setbacks that may cause you to reassess and adjust your regimen. However, generally, the foundation of your hair care plan won’t change much even if the products do.

Keep in mind that this journey takes time. As well, you don’t need to spend a fortune on products to achieve the best results--many natural treatments can be found and created in your kitchen cabinets or your local drugstores, grocery, or health food stores.