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Curls Need These 3 Ingredients to Enhance. Style. Activate!

GerilynH

2017-06-20 12:53:30

Curls Need These 3 Ingredients to Enhance. Style. Activate!

Experience more great hair days with shea, aloe vera, and olive oil!

If you have ever had a fantastic hair day, you know how horrible bad hair days can be. It’s like one day, your curls are visibly spiraling in unison, shining in the sunlight, and smooth to the touch. Then the very next day, despite sleeping in your satin lined caps and wave keepers, your curls just… well, leave you high and dry, literally!

What if you could reduce those bad hair days with a few new styling tools?

Yes, you can have more good hair days than not thanks to curl enhancers, stylers, and moisturizing creme for those of us with textured, curly hair that needs reliable, yet nourishing hold. Don’t just take my word for it!

Review the infographic below to learn how these styling and maintenance tools will change the game for your curls.

Powerful ingredients for curl definition, non-flaking style, and moisturized hair and skin!

All of the products featured in this Ampro-sponsored infographic are formulated to alleviate dryness that may occur with traditional styling.

Pro Styl Curl Enhancer Gel Activator for Extra Dry Hair and Clear Ice Aloe STYLer are two curl-friendly stylers that help keep your curls in check. The enhancing gel is formulated with aloe vera to keep flaking-post-drying at bay. The STYLer contains olive oil which enhances all curl patterns.

The new Shine ‘n Jam Shea Butter DD Hair|Skin Creme is especially exciting for the community because it offers a 2-in-1 solution to naturals suffering from dry hair and dry skin.

Ready to give these products a try?

Get yours now!

This post is sponsored by Ampro.

GerilynH

GerilynH

Gerilyn Hayes is the Senior Copywriter for NaturallyCurly. She focuses on textured hair care product innovations and efficacy. When she's not writing copy, Hayes volunteers for Meals On Wheels of Central Texas, writes and records music, and publishes texture-positive content on her social networking platforms.

Twitter: @gerilynhayes
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