Don't Worry, Even Your Hair Product Is Kosher Now

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Sure, the name Kosher Kurls may be a play on words (founder and hairstylist Davida Aprons admits it—you're applying it to your hair, not actually eating it), but that doesn't mean the vegan leave-in conditioner doesn't do an amazing number on your curls. Inspired by her own curly-hair needs, Aprons created a product for all manner of waves and spirals, just with a witty, Kosher-inspired spin (if you haven't figured it out by now, yes, she's Jewish). Either apply a schmear of Kosher Kurls to post-shower, towel-dried hair for defined, soft, frizz-free curls. Or, use Aprons trick and mix Kosher Kurls with water in a spray bottle and "schpritz" it on dry hair to revive your curls, anytime. Stop kvetching about your wayward curls and try it already!

Kosher Kurls Leave-In Conditioner, $18, available at Kosher Kurls.