Some of the best products on the market for dry, damaged, afro, or chemically treated hair are Ojon, John Frieda, Redken, and Beauty 4 Ashes hair care products. When it comes to salon quality products, this is how the rankings break down by ethnicity.
Caucasian & European Hair Type: Redken, Paul Mitchell,
Hispanic & Bi-Racial Hair: Ojon, Tigi
As you can see, your hair care product of choice depends on your hair type, which was determined while you were still in your mother’s womb. I have supplied several of my stylists with each of the above brands for my hair boutiques in the United Kingdom, United States, Scandinavia, & Japan at one time or another. It would take to long to tackle each product, so I have dedicated this article to Afro Caribbean, curly, or African American hair care. Here is the down low on the top three products for Afro Caribbean, curly, or African American hair.
If you are not particular about a product being all-natural, try Paul Mitchell. Paul Mitchell products are oldies and some are goodies, such as the Awapuhi shampoo. A slightly better alternative is to opt for Ojon, Ojon products are decent and will not leave your hair dry. And, Beauty hair products work excellent for those with kinky afro, curly, wavy, and chemically treated, fine hair. Ojon is not all natural, but they is pretty good. They are available online
If you have Afro Caribbean, curly, or African American hair, remember that your hair needs moisture. Do not let anyone tell you different. By switching to higher quality products, your hair won’t be greasy, it actually will be moisturized. Here are some good rules of thumb to stick with when making your next purchase:
*All-natural products are superior
*Look at ingredients, if the product contains parabens, which can lead to cancer, Just Say No.