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Avocado for All: NaturAll’s Full Avocado Line For Various Hair Types

When it comes to styling your natural hair, picking the right products is half the battle. And too many products made for natural hair actually contain toxic or damaging ingredients! That's why NaturAll is committed to only using natural ingredients.

In this blogpost, you'll learn how to achieve different hairstyles on different curl patterns, and which products to use for best results. From setting fabulous twist outs on 4C textured crowns, to rehydrating the ringlets of 3B hair, these videos followed by detailed step by step instructions will show you the amazing versatility and power of NaturAll’s Avocado hair products!

Hairstyles for kinky and curly hair 

4A hair and 4B hair

We love a good finger coil! After washing, deep conditioning, and moisturizing hair, the Avocado Custard made easy work of achieving this beautiful style.

4B hair and 4C hair

Twist and shout with this cute style! These flat twists are enhanced by NaturAll’s Avocado Curl Custard to provide medium hold with a soft and hydrated finish! After using the entire line to clean and prepare the hair for this style, our model is left with 2 adorable styles, the flat twists and the twist out style!

Twist outs look amazing on 4C hair! And the Hydrating Avocado Line makes it easy to detangle, moisturize, and style. Start with a sulfate-free shampoo to make sure you hair is clean. Then use an avocado deep conditioner, which lends 4C and 4B hair intense moisture, while adding slip that makes detangling quick and easy.

Follow with Leave-in Conditioner, Avocado Oil, and Custard to get long lasting shine, non-flaky hold, and a style you’ll love.

Need more tips for 4C hair? Check out this guide to caring for 4C hair.

Hairstyles for fine and wavy hair

Flexi Rod Set

This flexi rod set is poppin! By using the Full Avocado Line to wash, hydrate, and style, our model's thinner hair is given an extra ounce of bounce!

First, wash condition, and deep condition like normal. Then, apply leave-in conditioner to prime and moisturize your hair. Use the Hydrating Custard as you wrap small sections of hair around each flexi rod (this will ensure your hair holds in place after you remove the rods.) Finally, when you remove the flexi rods, use a small amount of NaturAll's lightweight Avocado Kiwi Oil to add shine and seal in moisture.

Wash n' Go on type 3 curls

This model got a wash ‘n go in just a few easy steps. After cleansing her hair with the Hydrating Shampoo, she applied NaturAll’s Thirst Quenching Avocado Kiwi Moisturizer to hold, style, and hydrate all in one. You’ve got to love this go to style!

Wash n' Go using Curl Custard

Our Avocado Curl Custard is a true star player in this video! The perfect product for a soft and juicy wash ‘n go for hair that might need a little more hold. Clean and conditioned, these curls look totally refreshed.

Which product is your go-to for your favorite style? Let us know in the comments below!

Psst... if your hair is too short to use these tutorials, we have you covered in a different post! Here are 10 easy hairstyles for short hair or TWAs.

At NaturAll, we create and elevate clean haircare and beauty standards, providing freshly-made products that are better for you and your hair. Sourced from small farmers in Jamaica and Ghana. We source ingredients directly from small farmers in Jamaica and Ghana, so we always know how our ingredients are sourced and exactly who is being supported by our business. We are proud to support Black farmers and small businesses around the world. We believe that what goes on your body is as important as what goes in it. Too many hair products are made with synthetic ingredients that are irritating, damaging, or even hazardous, and the problem is worse in hair products marketed to Black women.

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