13 Amazing Gifts for Lazy Naturals From Target.com.

Hey hey, Sis!

I created a list for us lazy naturals.
What’s a lazy natural? A lazy natural is someone who really isn’t really a lazy person but doesn’t want to be bothered with having to frequently wash, detangle, and style their hair. We’re the type to pick a low-maintenance style to rock for days or weeks. It’s even better if the style can fit under a wig or a hat. Therefore, becoming a protective style.

We love our natural hair, but don’t love long wash days and even longer hours of styling.
Fortunately, Target has a long and mighty list of natural hair care products and tools to help us be our natural selves. Target has been my number one store for all of my hair care favorites.
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Multi-Purpose Conditioners.
Why go through the work of having to detangle and hop in the shower a second time. Leave-in conditioners help you save water. Just wash, rinse, condition and be done.
Most of these conditioners I’ve used or still use and I’m happy to present them to you.

  1. As I Am Leave-In Conditioner. As I Am Leave In Conditioner - 8 fl oz - image 1 of 1
    As I Am’s leave-in conditioner is one of the first brands I tried when I first started my natural hair journey. It makes detangling a real breeze and it’s one of the most affordable conditioners on this list.
  2. Curls Blueberry & Coconut Hair Milk.
    Curls Blueberry & Coconut Hair Milk - 8 fl oz - image 1 of 3It lives up to its name. It is true bliss using this product. I love the way it makes my hair feel. It helps to add and lock moisture in my hair. It also smells like blueberry candy.
  3. SheaMoisture Red Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Rinse Out or Leave-In Conditioner.
    SheaMoisture Red Palm Oil & Cocoa Butter Rinse Out or Leave In Conditioner - 13 fl oz - image 1 of 6This leave-in conditioner is the most affordable on the list. It’s coconut oil-free and it’s the best for shrinkage-prone coily and curly hair.
  4. The Mane Choice 3-In-1 Revitalize & Refresh Conditioner.
    The Mane Choice 3-In-1 Revitalize & Refresh Conditioner - 8oz - image 5 of 5This is a new favorite of mine. I currently use this product in my regimen and it makes the whole detangling process a breeze. When I’m done detangling, I just put my hair in loose twists or flat twists and don’t bother rinsing out the conditioner. This is particularly helpful during the cold and dry months. It really locks in moisture.
  5. Taliah Waajid Enhancing Herbal Conditioner.
    Taliah Waajid Enhancing Herbal Conditioner - 8 fl oz - image 1 of 3
    This herbal co-wash conditioner by Taliah Waajid gently cleanses deep conditions and is perfect for all hair types. It’s cruelty-free, super affordable, and paraben-free.
  6. Eden BodyWorks Almond Marshmallow Therapy Leave-In Conditioner.
    Eden BodyWorks Almond Marshmallow Therapy Leave In Conditioner - 8 fl oz - image 3 of 3The Almond Marshmallow Therapy Leave-In Conditioner is a lightweight mix of sweet almond oil and marshmallow root extract. According to the reviews, it’s perfect on dry hair and provides nutrients, moisture, and slip.
  7. Mixed Chicks Conditioning Cleansing Co-Wash.
    Mixed Chicks Conditioning Cleansing Co-Wash - 8 fl oz - image 1 of 4
    This conditioner is super creamy, is a low-lather shampoo alternative that uses jojoba and olive oils, castor oils and coconut to restore strength and flexibility for easy detangling.

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Styling Tools: Brushes, Combs, and more.

  1. Detangler Hair Brush – More Than Magic™ Metallic Bronze
    Detangler Hair Brush - More Than Magic™ Metallic Bronze - image 1 of 2The Detangler Hair Brush from More Than Magic™ is designed especially for detangling all hair types, with plastic bristles that glide smoothly through hair without snagging. The last thing we need while detangling is to hear snaps and pops. That, indeed, is the sound of hair breaking.
  2. Cantu Detangle Ultra Glide Brush.
    Cantu Detangle Ultra Glide Brush - 1ct - image 1 of 3Cantu’s Detangle Ultra Glode brush glides through hair without pulling and snagging. It’s super affordable compared to other brands out there. It has a comfortable grip to make detangling your hair easy on the wrists.
  3. Cantu Sturdy Detangle Comb.
    Cantu’s Study Detangling Comb is the perfect addition to your Cantu collection. It’s made to prevent snagging and breakage and it’s great for all hair types… but we all know that us coilies and curlies need this comb more than anyone else.
  4. Andis High Heat Press Comb.
    Andis High Heat Press Comb - image 1 of 4The only thing that should be pressed is your hair when you want it to be. For under $20 for can get this gold-plated electric hot comb. Get to your roots and press your hair to the gawds! It heats up in 30 seconds, goes up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, has a tangle-free cord, and comfortable to handle.

Satin Pillow Cases: 
Save your hair and skin by sleeping on satin pillowcases. The satin fabric will prvent your hair and skin from drying out. It will also prevent knotting, matting, and frizz.

  1. Standard 600 Thread Count Satin Pillowcases by Morning Glamour.
    Solid Satin Pillowcase Set 600 Thread Count - Morning Glamour - image 1 of 1
  2. Standard 2pk Solid Satin Pillowcase Set – Posh Home
    Standard 2pk Solid Satin Pillowcase Set - Posh Home - image 1 of 1Are you a lazy naturalista? What’s on your holiday wishlist? Do you know what your bestie might like for the holidays?
    Leave a comment below.
    Read Next: 10 Things You Shouldn’t Say to a Naturalista!

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