7 Best Curly Hair Conditioners for Under $10

Updated on April 3, 2018

The Basics of Curly Hair Care

If you're anything like me, you have tried numerous ways to tame your curly mane. Curly hair care starts with the cleansing process. Many curly haired babes make the mistake of shampooing too much, but curly hair doesn’t need to be shampooed very often. Frequent shampooing can dry out your thirsty locks, stretch out your bounce, and stress out your strands. You should go at least two or three days between shampoos. If you enjoy working out or if your hair gets excessively dirty on a daily basis, substitute by rinsing with water and adding conditioner. Cleansing conditioners are also an option.

When you do shampoo your lovely locks, you should use a sulfate-free or another mild shampoo. In this way, you can revive and cleanse your hair and scalp while keeping their natural moisture and oils. If you have extra dry hair, consider diluting your shampoo with distilled water.

Using a great, residue-free condition is essential! If you want bouncy and frizz-free hair, conditioner is your best friend! Besides smoothing your cuticles to fight frizz, capturing moisture, and defining your curls, many conditioners come with extra benefits! Some provide UV protection and nutrients that are crucial for keeping your scalp healthy and your hair manageable.

Some women skimp out on the conditioning process while others skip it entirely to avoid excess grease. But, just like oily skin needs lotion, greasy hair still requires conditioner! Often, the scalp produces extra grease to make up for a lack of moisture. So, by skipping the conditioning step, you may be increasing the grease! Finding the right conditioner for your hair can make a huge difference.

After shampooing and conditioning your hair, you should rinse with cold water to close your hair cuticles. Invest in a showerhead with a hose to avoid discomfort! By closing your hair cuticles at the end of a shower, you can lock in moisture and eliminate frizz! A leave-in conditioner can amplify these results. A cold rinse after a nice, hot shower is virtually free! And other quality curly hair care products don't have to break the bank.

Here is a list of 7 best curly hair conditioners for under $10 per bottle!

TRESemme Botanique Curl Hydration Conditioner

This deeply nourishing conditioner is infused with shea butter and hibiscus in a pleasant botanical blend. Fight dryness by giving your locks the extra moisture that they need!


Herbal Essences Bio: Renewal Hydrating Coconut Milk Conditioner

This signature blend of essential antioxidants, aloe, and sea kelp is perfect for repairing damage, fighting split ends, and giving you more manageable hair. With 0% parabens, gluten, and colorants, Herbal Essences' Coconut Milk Conditioner is great for colored hair!

Yes To Carrots Nourishing Conditioner

Infused with carrot oil and aloe vera, this formula is designed to condition and moisturize normal to dry hair. In addition to great hydration, this condition is designed to give you excellent body and bounce with thickeners and stabilizers!

Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Repairing Conditioner

This sweet smelling option is specially formulated with royal jelly or bee's milk, propolis (a natural resign collected by bees from tree bark and flowers), and honey! This lush, creamy, paraben-free formula is designed to strengthen and repaid your hair. You're sure to be all the buzz with your beautiful hair!

OGX Quenching Coconut Curls Conditioner

This is an island-inspired option that is infused with sweet honey, coconut oil, and citrus oil that help give your curls extra bounce and shine. If you're looking to nourish your strands, boost those spirals, and reduce flyaways

OGX Intensely Invigorating Eucalyptus Mint Conditioner

This scalp activating, invigorating conditioner is infused with eucalyptus, cool mint extract, and tea tree oil! Clean and calm your scalp while smoothing your hair cuticles with this paraben and aluminum free formula.

Straight Arrow Mane 'n Tail and Body Conditioner

This is a great option for those looking to condition their hair while avoiding excess grease. Results can be seen after one use, but continued use will maintain, nourish, and condition both your hair and your scalp! This condition also promotes healthy growth and prevents split ends.

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