Natural Hair Gel

No matter what Natural Hair Gel you use, try to use as little as possible to keep from clogging your pores and coating your frolics.

There aren’t many hairstyles I wear that would make me want to use any type of gel, whether it’s natural, something expensive, or a cheap one.

My First Choice of Hair Gel

There are some, but not that many.

When I do, I use Smooth’n Shine Polishing Gel with Aloe Vera.

Yes, the one from Wal-Mart. The label reads that it’s a curl activator gel for extra dry hair. I didn’t really curl my hair though. I mostly use it for the hold and shine.

My Choice of Hair Gel

Before you apply any gel to your hair, sprinkle a little water over it and wet your hands. This is so your hair has moisture in case you use too much and coat the layer.

And if at all possible, wash or rinse your hair within twenty-four hours, the sooner the better.

The definite upside to hair gels is that they make wonderful curl definers! Better than moisturizers and puddings, when applied to soaking wet hair and raked through, gels make your curls POP!

Less is more, and if you don’t have to use any, don’t.

For curiosity sake, here’s my gels ingredients.

Smooth’n Shine: Water, glycerin, propylene glycol, aloe barbaden’s leaf extract, panthenol, hydrolyzed wheat protein, hydrolyzed wheat protein starch, carbomer, oleth-20, amiomethyl propanol, methylparaben, phenoxyethanol, dmdm hydration, disodium edta, benzophenone-4

Clear Ice: Water, Sodium Carbomer, Propylene Glycol, Polysorbate 20, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Disodium EDTA, Fragrance, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methyl Paraben and Propyl Paraben

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