Curly Hair Products?

I don’t have curly hair. I wash, comb, and go so I don’t know anything about hair products. But, there are other people with curly hair who want to live here and are wondering about available products. Today at Arrocha, I took some pictures of hair products that I thought might be useful. I was more interested in not being busted by security than photo quality, but hopefully this give you some idea of what is on the shelves in this one store.

If there is anything else you want me to research, let me know and I’ll do what I can!

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We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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3 Responses to Curly Hair Products?

  1. Amy the Daughter says:

    That’s a good question considering most of Panama probably doesn’t have curly hair! Well, we are lucky that curly hair is now “in.” Growing up in high school and college I have to say it was always challenging finding good hair products. Because of these experiences I know I coudl handle a thrid world country.
    As far as whats avliable there, I see that you guys have simple clear gel. That always works for me. I would also look for a good shampoo/conditioner that states its for curly hair. Not sure if you can find that there though.


    • Kris says:

      I was surprised to find products like the one that said “no frizz” and the stuff in boxes that looked like it was supposed to relax curls. One of the people asking is a beautician so I’m sure she knows way more than I do! Yes for sure, you know about curly hair. We all wish we had your hair but we weren’t the ones taking care of it every day.


    • Kris says:

      Yep, you know about curly hair! We all envy your hair, but we don’t have to take care of it. One of the people asking here is a beautician, and I know she knows a lot more than I do. I was surprised to find something that said “no frizz” and other products made to relax hair because the locals have thick straight hair. I’ll have to check for shampoo and conditioner next time I’m out. Thanks!


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