Ulta’s Gorgeous Hair Event: Black Girl Friendly Products to Try

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The warm weather months are finally here and Ulta’s Gorgeous Hair Event has officially kicked off. The event started May 14 and ends June 3. It caters to women who want to protect their strands on a budget. Stock up on bestselling hair products at an exclusive discount. Throughout the sale, each day reflects a different markdown.

Here is a guide of the best Black hair care deals offered in the sale broken down by weeks.

Hair Care Deals May 14-20

$9-12 on May 18

Kreyòl Essence Haitian Black Castor Oil - Original


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Kreyòl Essence Haitian Black Castor Oil is a moisturizing serum that promotes silky, shiny hair. The oil stimulates the follicles for hair growth. Apply the oil directly on the scalp or fingertips then massage for 5-10 minutes. For maximum results, use the product 3 times a week for fuller hair.  Also, incorporate this black castor oil during your skin care routine. Th oil contains omega fatty acids and vitamin E which hydrates the skin. The product is said to improve the appearance of stretch marks and soothe muscle aches. Apply this oil to damp skin or bath water to moisturize cracked, dull skin.

$21 on May 20

Briogeo Scalp Revival Charcoal + Coconut Oil Micro-Exfoliating Scrub Shampoo


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Briogeo revival shampoo exfoliates dry, irritated scalps. The sulfate-free product contains coconut oil which seals and hydrates the follicles. This shampoo purifies the hair root and shaft to maintain stronger hair. This vegan, cruelty-free shampoo detoxifies the hair and eliminates product buildup. Briogeo added peppermint, spearmint, and tea tree oil to minimize itching and dandruff. Use this product once a week for a clean, revived scalp.

Hair Care Deals May 21-27

Priced $28 on May 22

Curlsmith Curl Quenching Conditioning Wash


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Curlsmith created this versatile cleanser for the natural girls who take multiple steps in their hair care routine. This 2-in-1 product contains a shampoo and conditioner. Curlsmith created this product to cleanse the scalp without stripping the hair of its natural oils. The co-wash contains more conditioning ingredients to moisturize the hair. Curlsmith added avocado, coconut, and oil to nourish hair strands. Use this product on wet hair and massage into the scalp. Then, finger detail to release single strand knots or matted hair. Deep condition the hair for three minutes then rinse for shiny, healthy curls.

Hair Care Deals May 28-June 3

$8.50 on June 2

Design Essentials Almond & Avocado Curl Enhancing Mousse


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Ladies, throw away those harsh gels and buy a more nourishing product. Design Essentials formulated this moisturizing styler for curly girls who love mousse. This mousse is non-greasy which is perfect for hot, humid days. Design Essentials made this lightweight formula to hydrate the hair while eliminating frizz. Section the damp or wet hair and apply this mousse with your fingers. Define your strands by smoothing the product on your curls then allow it to air dry. Diffuse the hair for maximum volume.

$6.50-$20 on June 3

It's A 10 Miracle Leave-In Product With 10 Benefits


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Leave-in conditioner seals freshly cleaned hair from impurities. The harsh sun usually associated with warmer weather can dry out curly hair, and create breakage. What’s better than a lightweight leave-in conditioner that protects your strands from sun damage? Fans rave about this leave in conditioner. It’s A 10, Miracle Leave In contains green tea leaf extract which protects the hair from environmental damage. Also, the leave-in conditioner features a UV protectant to combat sunburned hair. Before a beach day, spray the product on freshly washed, towel dried hair. Comb the strands thoroughly then style as desired.

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