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Top 10: Styling Tools for Natural Hair

By January 27th, 202117 Comments

Top 10: Styling Tools for Natural Hair

NaturallyCurly writes:

Who says our curly, coily, and kinky hair has to be unmanageable? With the right techniques and tools, maintaining your natural hair is a breeze. Here are the top 10 tools that you may need to get started on your healthy hair journey.

What are the top 10 styling must-haves for your curls, coils & kinks?
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What are your must have styling tools?

CN responds:

1. Ouidad Double Detangler

2. Hand Dry Hair Gloves or Curl Cloths for blotting excess moisture prior to applying styling conditioner

3. Bobby Pins

4. Goody Ouchless Ponytail Holders and Headbands

5. Satin Scrunchies


17 Comments

  • Thermidor says:

    1. Denman Brush (I'm seeing a theme here!)
    2. Wide tooth shower comb
    3. Netted cloth headband
    4. Youtube/Tumblr
    5. Satin headwrap
    6. Oils!

  • mangomadness says:

    1. Conair Brush Shower Comb(detangling)
    2. Conair Cushion Base Brush (modified 'Denman'; detangling)
    3. sectioning clips (shampooing, detangling, moisturizing, etc)
    4. plastic caps (deep conditioning)
    5. microfiber towel (drying)
    6. bobby pins (styling)
    7. black knee-high stockings (styling; puffs and buns)
    8. YouTube (hairstyle ideas)
    9. satin bonnet and/or scarf(sleep)
    10. spritz bottle (moisturizing spritz)

  • The Terrells says:

    What do you use to store everything in? Right now I use a little box, but I find that I am always rummaging around for hair pins, elastics, clibs or whatever! There has got to be a better way! Any suggestions?

  • Anonymous says:

    1.detangling brush
    2.ouchless bands
    3.headband
    4.bobby pins
    5.youtube and fotki

  • ChrLvsBks says:

    1 – Shower brush
    2 – Spray bottle
    3 – Hair claws
    4 – Bobby pins
    5 – Flour sacks
    6 – Denman
    7 – Satin bonnet
    8 – Satin pillowcase

  • PinkPearls says:

    1. Ouidad Double Detangler Comb
    2. Satin Scrunchies
    3. FHI Heat T-Rex Hair Clips
    4. Satin Scarf
    5. Flour Sack Towels
    6. Spray Bottle

  • Anonymous says:

    1. cant live without my elastic hair hooks from Rickys. They are these open ended elastic bands with hooks on the ends. I loose my mind if I cant find them.

    2. Denman paddle brush
    3. Spray bottle
    4. regular hairpins
    5. head bands

  • Anonymous says:

    1. Scunci / Goody Headbands (headband and band in one)
    2. satin bonnet
    3. plastic cap (deep conditioning /steaming / showering)
    4. hand-held mixer, blender, whip for making shealoe butter
    5. Ouidad Double Detangler Comb
    6. Curlformers
    7. Spray Bottle (Aloe juice, Veggie Glyerin, and few drops grapeseed extract ).
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  • Anonymous says:

    1. Detangling brush
    2. Scunci seamless ponytail holders
    3. Bobby pins
    4. Spray bottle

  • JustTrena says:

    1. Ouchless hair bands / satin scrunchies
    2. Hair claws to section hair off while styling
    3. plastic caps
    4. tuck combs

  • apaine says:

    1. wide tooth plastic goody pic
    2. spray bottle
    3. ouchless rubber bands/headbands
    4. extra large scarf (used instead of a drying towel).
    5. my bootleg locsoc
    6. plastic grocery bags (i re-use them for deep conditioning and shower caps).

  • Anonymous says:

    1. wide-toothed comb

    2. denman d41

    3. goody hair bands

    4. soft bristle brush (for buns and ponytails)

  • Anonymous says:

    1. Denman brush
    2. Curlformers
    3. Bobby pins
    4. Hair bands

  • honeybrown1976 says:

    I'm transitioning; but, these are my must-haves so far:

    1. Wide-toothed comb

    2. Bobby pins

    3. Ouchless hair bands

    4. Spritz bottles

  • Anonymous says:

    where can you find satin scrunchies?!?

  • vonnie says:

    just used my denman for first time….LOVE IT!!! that thing is coool 😀

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  • Unknown says:

    Widetooth comb..bobby pins..headbands..oh and hair clamps to keep the hair sectioned

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