A curly pate may be hard to tame, but let us tell you that nothing's chicer than hair left completely au naturel! That said, we're giving you a foolproof, five-step routine for ultra-managable knots and waves that'll be the envy of all. Just ask Solange Knowles, whose latest drop A Seat At The Table features a song dedicated entirely to loving your curly crop. Don't touch my hair...unless it's with the best products created to keep your coils bouncy.


STEP 1: Shampoo

Try: Aveda's Be Curly Co-Wash, P1,650, zalora.com.ph

It's fresh, citrus-scented, and gently removes dirt and oil without weighing down your strands (whether they're coarse or fine).

STEP 2: Condition


Try: Bumble & Bumble Curl Custom Conditioner, P1,330, beautymnl.com

Conditioning your curls is incredibly important! Banish morning frizz with Bumble & Bumble's conditionerif needed, the rich, creamy, three-in-one formula can be diluted for finer hair. 

STEP 3: Mask

Try: L'Oreal Power Moisture Rush Mask, P850, Watsons

If your tresses need extra TLC, slather on this hair mask in the shower to help repair heat-induced damage.


STEP 4: Serum

Try: Dove Quench Absolute Supreme Crème Serum, P350, supermarkets

Keep any mane bouncy by working a drop or two of this crème serum through your hair! It's infused with glycerin, which pulls moisture from the air to keep curls hydrated.


STEP 5: Hold

Try: Pantene's Pro-V Silky Moisture Whip, P239, supermarkets
To keep your 'do in place, use an aerated light-hold mousse that gives hair fullness, control, and a nonbrittle boost! No crunchy noodle strands here.

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