Learn how to define your unruly curls with Wonder Curl products

Learn how to define your unruly curls with Wonder Curl products

Kimberlyn achieved a moisturized and defined wash-n-go on her natural hair using our Get Slick Hair Smoothie, Moisturizing Hair Pudding and Get Set Hair Jelly. Watch this how-to video to achieve moisturized and defined curls.

Steps to how Kimberlyn got this look:

  1. Start with freshly washed hair before styling with products.
  2. Section hair and lightly mist it with cold water; hair styles better when damped.
  3. Apply a nickel-sized amount of the Get Slick Hair Smoothie to your section and begin smoothing it throughout your hair. Lightly detangle. Make sure the ends of your hair are moisturized to avoid frizz and breakage.
  4. Layer the current section with the Moisturizing Hair Pudding (Butter Than Love Pudding) to add more moisture. Apply from root to tip.
  5. Finish up the section with applying the Get Set Hair Jelly to reduce frizz and elongate curls. If necessary, use Denman brush to clump curls.
  6. Spritz water on any section of hair that might be drying out. Repeat steps 3-5 until finished.
  7. Diffuse hair on cool setting or let air dry.
  8. Separate curls that are clumped together (optional).
  9. Style hair as desired.

    The Get Slick Hair Smoothie is a light cream oil moisturizer that uses coconut oil, castor oil and aloe vera to impart hydration to curly strands without making your hair feel oily. Coconut oil helps to reduce protein loss in hair strands while castor oil seals in moisture to keep curls feeling hydrated and refreshed.

    The Moisturizing Hair Pudding is an ultra-moisturizing cream that has a light fluffy formula which will give your hair shine and unbelievable softness. This styler will moisturize your curls and give it amazing definition.

    Our best seller, the Get Set Hair Jelly is an amazing styling gel that will define curls, keeping them frizz-free in in the humidity without your hair feeling stiff, crunchy and no flaking!


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