Hellos and help for sulfate free!

Hi All,

I'm new to naturally curly. I think I am a type 2c although I am not really sure. I wouldn't call my hair course or thick but it does get frizzy and it depends on what I wash it with, put on it or the way I dry it my hair could be anything from a 2b to a 3a. I dont really know. I have been using Tigi Curls rock curl amplifier for like forever and it works pretty well except that I find it a hassle to apply and it takes a long time for my hair to dry when I have it on. I also feel that when I try not to put the curl amplifier my hair tends to be dry and frizzy. I would like to go natural if I could and sulfate free. At the moment I'm just using a head and shoulders 2in1 shampoo and conditioner.

Anyway, I dont really know where to start. If someone can suggest some good sulfate free products and silicone free styling products I would be really grateful. Note that my hair seems to absorb most products and then it weighs it down (especially at the top) but it's still frizzy.

Below is a photo that shows my hair.

Thanks in advance!

If you could find out what your hair properties are (width and porosity) we could recommend you some products, and tell you which ingredients you should avoid/use.

Current length: tailbone
Goal length: mid-thigh (wet)
3A/2C M iii med por, high elast

Clarify: Nivea
Lo-poo: Nature's Gate
CW: Elvive Volume Collagen
RO: EO Keratin, Desert Essence Raspberry

LI: Elvive volume collagen, KCKT
Seal: Grapeseed oil
Gel: Studioline

PT: EO Keratin co
DT: RO+oils
Hairgrowth stim.: JBCO+EVCO

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