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A lot of products marketed toward curly hair really suck, for lack of a better word. They cost more than their straight hair cousins down the aisle, presumably for the brand's hassle to label it for the curly hair "niche" market, and then do nothing more for your hair than dry it out and crunch it up. And women would curly hair would know. They are 3x more likely than those with straight hair to purchase products and on average, the curly community spend $1 billion annually on their products.

That's a lot of money and it's coming from your wallets and often, for products that don't work merely because they were never truly designed for what curly hair really needs. 

Of course, there are products out there that do work. And no, not all of them are cheap. If you are struggling to come up with your perfect DIY recipe or just have some extra cash that you want to spend on potentially finding a new holy grail product, these 5 products are community-approved and worth the splurge.

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