Not only is Tracee Ellis Ross a style star because of her keen fashion sense, she also manages to keep our interest in how she styles her curly ‘do – from corkscrew curls to roller sets to bountiful loose curls, we’re in!

Tracee’s hair falls within the ‘Plenty ‘O Volume category, which means her strands are stretched, loose, loopy “S” curls, bouncy medium ringlets and tight corkscrew (size of a straw) curls. Hair has plenty of volume. Here are two curly hair care products that will help maintain your curly mane:

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The challenge with curly hair is the tangle-effect especially if you have tight coils. But Mizani D-Tangle Moisturizing Leave-In Milk makes your comb-through session a lot more pleasant because it detangles as it smoothes and conditions not just curly, but all hair types. The stop-and-go movement of the comb can cause hair breakage, but once you’ve applied D-Tangle your hair will have more slip and you’ll experience less friction and breakage above all.

Jane Carter Solution Revitalizing Leave-In Conditioner ($8.99, target.com) detangles hair easily because it seals in humectants and acts as a protective barrier against heat styling and sun damage. Because our hair is so porous and needs constant hydration, you can use this product daily to restore moisture. Just mist your hair in the morning and evening and you can use it before flat ironing or roller setting fine hair.

Both products are also perfect for protecting your hair from heat-styling.

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About Gregorie Guillaume

Beauty expert and licensed skin care therapist Gregorie Guillaume is the Blogger-in-Chief and Beauty Editor. She gives fellow lovers of beauty, information on what’s hot in makeup, skin, hair and body care with a bit of fashion talk.HueKnewIt.com is on the pulse of it’s users’ beauty rituals that top their priority lists. Gregorie is also a beauty contributor for Juicy Magazine, Examiner.com, HelloBeautiful.com, Lucky.com, YourBeautyAdvisor.com.