Curl Talk: 10 Basic Tools Every Naturalista Should Own

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Taking the plunge into a naturalista lifestyle means venturing into scary, unfamiliar territory; especially for those who have never had to manage their own curl pattern.

Everything from learning to achieve fluffy, hydrated curls to simply figuring out how to properly section off your hair can become a daunting task. It’s no wonder we’re left us in amazement by our favorite YouTubers who make it look, oh, so easy.

There’s no need to feel embarrassed because we’ve also weathered the woes of a not-so desirable twist out or ill-prepared protective styles; marley twists and box braids included.

If you aspire to achieve fluffier curls, more defined twist-outs and overall healthier hair, this week’s “Curl Talk” is all about the basic beginner tools. Keep reading for our SB-approved top 10 list.

A Satin Turban

Turban EditedA lot of people will suggest getting a bonnet, but a satin turban is often a lot more beneficial for naturalistas. Not only will it protect your hair at night while your sleeping, but it will also keep whatever style you have tight to your head (sort of like wearing a loose scarf). Turbans fit a little more snug to your head so when you wake up from a long night of tossing and turning, everything is still in place.

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"As a photographer assisting or shooting, I have seen colorful nails ruin a photo or cause the photographer to avoid a shot all together because the model had fingernail polish that just threw everything off. Yes photoshop could probably correct the problem, but...you don't want to rely on that. Natural is always better unless your nail color is a planned part of the shoot/concept."

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