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Instagram Advice: Products Influencers Loved for Curls and Waves

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A few weeks ago, I asked my Instagram followers about their favorite curly girl products in my stories. I got hundreds of responses and decided to compile them all here for you, so you can see which products work well for many people versus just for me.

(If you're not following me on Instagram yet, go do that here. Seriously, I share so many tips and tutorials on there on a daily basis!)

Now I have not tried most of these so I am NOT RECOMMENDING any of these. I am just sharing what others have said works really well for them. Most of these are also not what I would call “clean” so keep that in mind. As always, check ingredients to make sure they pass your personal standards and are indeed CG approved.

If you want to know which products I use and recommend, check out my 2019 favorites roundup and my top picks for fine, curly hair.

I do want to say, that working on this post really surprised me. There are so many brands and products that are very hyped on Instagram but didn't show up at all in the responses from my followers. Now, at the time of this I only had around 6,500 followers so obviously this doesn't include most of the community but with the hundreds of responses I got, I expected to see some of those “popular” brands. It makes me wonder if it's all just marketing…

So I'll get right to it! Products with a * before them denote the most popular products in that category.

Cleansers

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Conditioner

Leave in/Curl Cream

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Gel

Mousse/Foam

Curl Enhancer/Activator

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2 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for compiling this list. Like you, I’m surprised by the brands that didn’t make the list. There’s constant hype on Instagram and YouTube to purchase certain brands, but I’m going to try to ignore that and focus on technique. However, I will use the products on your list that I already have. Is there a way to tell if different brands work well together besides experimentation? Right now, all the products I’m currently using are from the same brand, AG Hair. Thanks again for all your hard work in compiling this list!

    1. Thanks Connie! I don’t know how to tell ahead of time if certain brands work well with others. I will say that I can mix and match the high-end brands without problem and I think it’s because they’re all water-soluble but that’s just my guess. You can mix products in your hand before applying them to see if they work well together.

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