What products should be used?

Hello everyone I am new to this site and am so glad that I have found it. I am a 20 year old girl from California who has always preferred having her hair straight but is now wanting to embrace her curls. Since I can remember i have had my hair straightened with hot combs, flat irons(my current styling tool and has been probably for the past...sheesh 10 years), i think maybe only 2 or 3 relaxers and one straight perm about two years ago. I am chinese, vietnamese and black so my hair is a little confused lol. Now with starting this new journey im at a loss of what products I should use. I'm a part time worker, full time college student so i'm relatively broke and cant afford really expensive products. I find my hair to be pretty dry and full of split ends(EEEP!) some of my hair has nice curls while other parts of it are kind of straight its a little weird.Basically I am wanting my hair to become moisturized and healthy all while having beautiful, non frizzy, defined curls. I hope i have provided you all with a great amount of information on my hair type. If not, feel free to ask more questions and suggest all that you can.xoxop.s. i have now provided a picture of what my hair kind of looks like quality isnt great but hopefully it helps. You can tell how some parts are more curly than others.

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This site helped me with everything about my hair. Start with some of the articles on here on how to transition.: Below are a few to help you. - Transitioning Tips for Beginners:  http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/kinky-hair-type-4a/how-to-go-natural-transitioning-tips-for-beginners/- 10 Tips for Transitioning to Natural Hair:  http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/kinky-hair-type-4a/top-10-transitioning-tips/- Top 10 Deep Conditioners for Transitioning Hair:  http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/kinky-hair-type-4a/top-10-deep-conditioners-for-transitioning-hair/