Where can I Buy Curly Girl Method Approved Leave in Conditioners in the UK?
This is a List of Curly Girl Method Approved Leave in Conditioners in the UK for the curly girl method. Leave in conditioner is a staple of the curly girl method and helps to keep moisture in your hair. You can also use Curly girl method Leave in conditioner as a refresh in a bottle of water for the days after you have washed your hair. A simple refresh and spritz can help you refresh and revitalised your curls and keep them bouncy and moisturised.
Some curly girls use normal curly girl approved conditioner as a leave in. This is another great alternative for leave in conditioner in curly girl hair. You use this as you would a normal leave in conditioner but some of these conditioners may be a bit heavier on low porosity hair. This is also another option to try and may be trial and error.
Here is the ultimate list of curly girl approved leave in conditioners to purchase form the UK. This will be regularly updated to include some of the best Curly girl approved leave in conditioners in the UK and globally. Some are more expensive than others but there is something with every budget.
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Shea Moisture Leave in conditioner
Strengthen and restore leave in conditioner by Shea Moisture is one of my favourite Curly Girl Method Approved Leave in Conditioners. But there are a few to try.
Shea Moisture Black Castor Oil Conditioner leave in 431ml
Shea Moisture leave in conditioner with coconut oil
This leave in conditioner with coconut oil is available form most drugstores including Boots and look fantastic. Most products are normally around £10.99 so Keep a look out for offers of buy three for the price of two.
Ultimate Blends leave in conditioner
Ultimate blends Almond crush leave in conditioner is around £3.99 and is available at almost all stores in the Uk. You can find it in the likes of Sainsburys, Boots and Tesco.
Noughty Intensive moisture conditioner
Noughty Hair products are some of my favourites and they are UK products. You can purchase direct from Noughty or from retailers such as Boots, Superdrug or Amazon.
Kinky Curly Knot Today
Kinky Curly Knot Today, not the cheapest but a very easy lightweight conditioner that is one of my personal favourites. It is available from Amazon and some UK retailers but is a US product.
Aunt Jackies Moisture leave in conditioner
Aunt Jackies Curls and coils Moisture intensive leave in conditioner £6.99 a firm favourite in the US.
As I am Leave in Conditioner
As I am leave in conditioner is a lovely yummy smelling product. You can purchase this online from Amazon and some UK retailers.
Naturtint Curl definer leave in conditioner
The Leave-In conditioner specifically developed for curly hair it is said to “enhance and restore your natural curls, whilst making combing hair easier and reducing frizz” The Naturtint’s Curl Definer Leave-In Conditioner contains following natural ingredients;
The curl Company Leave in Conditioner
Next up is the Curl company Leave-In Conditioner again containing the unique professional oil blend of CURLPLEX to enhance and define your curls.
Some more for you to try!
Giovanni direct leave in weightless moisture, MooGoo Natural Protein shot leave in, Camille Rose and Coconut Water leave in.
I hope this has given you an idea of a few curly girl method approved leave in conditioners to try. For some tips on how to apply your conditioner take a look at my Curly Girl quick start guide.
Sunday 29th of August 2021
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Sunday 29th of August 2021
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Sunday 4th of April 2021
Most people I talk to are not aware that shampoos that grow your hair fast (of course with no sulfates, no parabens, no DEA) are even a thing. We now may attain longer hair and attain more possibilities. For sure worth investigating.
Whether you're assessing alopecia, hair damage, avoiding hair disorders, hair growth, hair and scalp care at large, very similar thoughts become relevant.
In general, you should try to stay away from hair products and treatments that include chemicals such as parabens, DEA or sulfates.
What's good for your hair is beneficial for your skin as well.
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Tuesday 19th of March 2019
Hi do you recommend any of these to have a lot of protien in them?
Wednesday 27th of March 2019
Keronics Perfectly Balancing Conditioner from Tesco’s is a good one. You could also try a rice water rinse x