Matu, if you haven't already, be sure to read up on the "going shampooless" forum, starting with the two "sticky" threads listed at the very top.
Also, I am sure that this would help you enormously -- I wish this had been around a few years ago:
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Your CO is CG but it wouldn't be my first choice. And I notice you aren't using a gel, which most here use to cut down on frizz.
The products you use and the methods that work best for you will depend a lot on your hair's characteristics. Some people need no gel, others need hard-hold; some with a strong curl pattern or shorter lightweight hair are fine with air drying, others with a looser curl pattern or with long heavier hair need to "plop" hair for longer and/or diffuse so that gravity and the hair's weight don't pull out all the curl. Some need to avoid protein, some need it regularly. Etc. Read the NC forums, try to find people whose hair resembles yours and see what they do, and just be patient. Keeping it simple to start with is best, that way you can see how each change of routine or product (or weather!) affects your hair.
You should look at the various videos on "plopping" or "plunking" your hair (method of wrapping wet hair in a *non-fuzzy* towel or t-shirt) rather than just wrapping up turban-style. The Jessicurl website has a number of very helpful videos -- highly recommended. You do not have to use her products to follow her methods.
I'd rec looking for the "ice queen method" of applying products. There are several threads on it, I think they're on this "general" forum. When searching on the NC forums, try using the "Google custom search" link -- it seems to work better than the others, which are crazy-making for me.
Part of CG method is products to use and not use, and a big part is technique of applying products and styling/drying hair. What you use and what you do will depend a great deal on the qualities of your hair and there's a LOT of trial and error involved. But to get started, I'd try to start with the methods and products that are very popular here with many posters. The Suave coconut CO wash is popular with many, but others who are protein sensitive prefer the VO5 COs. For your rinse-out and leave-in CO, I might try one of the more popular products instead. Both your products have protein, so if your hair starts feeling very dry and strawlike with use, it may be that you need to avoid protein for the most part.
Most people need a lot of moisturizing after using drying products and heat styling for years. I highly recommend making your own DTs (deep conditioning treatments) in your kitchen. It is easy and cheap and very effective, and you'll find lots of great recipes on the "recipes" forum.