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Clean your hair without damaging your curls with our curly cleansing products

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Our original Only Curls products without the perfume for those looking for products without fragrance ingredients.

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Hydrating Curl Creme

Enhancing Curl Gel

Do you use one of our gorgeous Satin Sleep Turbans at night? Have you ever been a bit baffled when it seems to have come undone? We’re here to help!

All of our Sleep Turbans are designed to be tied in a bow at the front but it can be a little tricky to figure out. We considered stitching the bow, but being able to tie it together yourself allows for greater flexibility and you can adjust the turban to exactly how you want it.

How To Tie The Turban

If your turban has come loose, it’s a simple solution!

Take the loose ribbon at the top of the turban, and then inside the turban itself, there should be another loose ribbon. 

Simply tie these two pieces together and there you have it!

One fully functioning Satin Turban for gorgeous curls while you sleep.

Did you see Zia’s bonus tip?! 

Before putting on your turban at night, gather your curls in a loose pineapple ponytail or bun with a silk scrunchie if you have long hair. Then pop your turban over the top so you wake up to tangle-free curls that only need a quick refresh in the morning. 

Check out our easy Refresh Method with the Only Curls Mousse here. Your next day curls have never looked so good!

So you’ve taken the plunge and started a new curly hair routine to embrace your natural texture, but your results aren’t quite what you expected. If anything, your hair looks worse! What went wrong? Most of us with curly hair have experienced the Curly Transition Phase when we first started embracing our natural curls. Here’s what you can do to make this phase smoother.
Do you have curly hair and are thinking about your next haircut? If so, you might be wondering whether you need to see a "curl specialist." While it's not a necessity, choosing the right hairdresser can make all the difference for your curls. Here's what you need to know to ensure you get the best curly hair cut possible.
We all want to know how to have the most luscious locks, and healthy hair growth is a big part of this. What are some simple tips you can try at home to help your hair grow healthy and beautiful?


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