Spring has sprung and that means no more hiding behind protective styles for me. I love wash and go’s and one ingredient that makes this style work is a good gel. If you’re looking to define your tresses for coils, a wash and go or a nice twist-out, here are 10 natural hair gels available for under $10.
Inspire Hydrating Gelly
Average Cost: $8-9
Inspire by Made Beautiful Hydrating Gelly helps define curls and contains shea butter and coconut milk to give a soft hold without flaking.
Eco Styler Style Gel
Average Cost: $3-7
There are different variations, but all Eco Styling Gels are designed to give shine, build body and maintain a hold o
n your tresses.
EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Curling Jelly
Average Cost: $9
EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Curling Jelly help curls last longer. It gives a light, soft hold for ponytails, up do’s, braids and gives twists definition.
Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Curl Control Gel
Average Cost: $7-9
Dark and Lovely’s Anti-shrinkage Curl Control Gel protects, and moisturize hair without shrinkage. It has coconut and argan oil and is designed to enhance and define curls and twists.
Alikay Naturals Aloe Berry Style Gel
Average Cost: $9-10
Alikay Naturals’ Aloe Berry Style Gel contains aloe vera gel, berries, botanicals and essential oils and is designed to hydrate your hair. It is alcohol-free and gives a medium hold.
Curls Goddess Curl Gel
Average Cost: $7-8
Curls Goddess Curl Gel provides a superior hold and nourishes your hair with ingredients like organic shea butter and plumeria flower.
Aunt Jackie’s Curls & Coils Don’t Shrink Flaxseed Elongating Curling Gel
Average Cost: $9-10
Aunt Jackie’s Curling Gel has Flaxseed, Shea Butter and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It leaves your hair defined without a crunchy feel.
Check my first impression video below
Taliah Waajid Curl Sealer
Average Cost: $8-10
Taliah Waajid Curl Sealer is a light, alcohol-free, curl defining gel. It conditions and moisturizes while defining curls, waves, and coils leaving no build-up or flakes.
Fruit of the Earth Aloe Vera
Average Cost: $3-6
Uses: Don’t sleep on Aloe Vera gel for your hair. Fruit of the Earth aloe vera gel provides a light hold and retains the moisture in your hair.
DIY Flaxseed Gel
Average Cost: $7+
Save your coins and make your own flaxseed gel. Purchase the flax seed on sites like amazon or your local nutrition store and have gel on demand.
What are some of your favorite natural hair gels under $10?