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Is Verb Curly Girl Approved? (Curly Girly Method Approved Products)

Is Verb Curly Girl Approved? I only found one Verb product which was Curly Girl approved, and that was the Verb Dry Shampoo. This post lists all the Verb products that I researched which includes ten Verb products which are not Curly Girl approved.

Is Verb Curly Girl Approved?

The Curly Girl Method is a haircare routine for curly and wavy hair. It originated from a book called Curly Girl: The Handbook by Lorraine Massey.

According to the Curly Girl Method you should not use hair products that contain the following ingredients:

  • Sulfates/sulphates
  • Silicones that are not water-soluble (PEG/PG/PPG)
  • Alcohols or witch hazel (unless it’s marked as alcohol-free)
  • Soap ingredients including potassium hydroxide and lye
  • Waxes that are not water-soluble (PEG/PG/PPG)

The reason these ingredients are avoided is because they can either dry the hair out or build up on the hair making it look dull.

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Is Verb Curly Girl Approved?

I could only find one Verb product which was Curly Girl approved which was the Verb Dry Shampoo

Which Products are Not Curly Girl Approved?

The following ten Verb products are NOT Curly Girl Approved:

  • Verb Curl Cream
  • Verb Curl Shampoo
  • Verb Ghost Conditioner
  • Verb Ghost Dry Oil Hairspray
  • Verb Ghost Hair Mask
  • Verb Ghost Oil
  • Verb Ghost Shampoo
  • Verb Hydrating Conditioner
  • Verb Hydrating Mask
  • Verb Hydrating Shampoo

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Is Verb Curly Girl Approved?

Please let me know if you come across any other Verb products that are not listed in this post.