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Curly Ellie

Exceptional Curly Hair Products Custom Crafted Specifically for Curly, Wavy, Kinky, Frizzy, Delicate and Sensitive scalp.

A British vegan hair care line that has won numerous awards for sensitive skin and curly hair.

CurlyEllie wasn’t just created to offer a line that even the most sensitive scalp can use and enjoy, or to give exquisite curls but it was crucial when I designed CurlyEllie and made the ingredient selections that every ingredient was gentle on the skin and the environment. This meant that we went to great lengths to make sure that our ingredients were very gentle and friendly to skin and scalp and that they were sourced in an ecologically responsible manner.

As an illustration, we utilize Camelina sativa, commonly referred to as fake flax, which is a plant from the mustard family and a fascinating new participant in the field of natural hair care. I foresee this oil playing a significant role in a wide variety of future hair care product lines.

More about CurlyEllie

As Ellie grew up, her hair grew. It was a forest of tumbling tangled curls. Detangling and unknotting her hair took forever, but we diligently did it every night at hair time to save the tears of the next morning.
More tears. This time in the morning, as I attempted to battle the frizz before school.

I set about teaching myself, researching the pure and natural ingredients that could soothe her scalp as well as discipline her frizz, experimenting with haircare routines and learning about texture, condition and how to nourish her tresses and gloss her curls. I needed a routine that was quick in the mornings (I am not an early riser), fuss-free and painless. I investigated combinations of plant products such as quinoa, broccoli seed oil and babassu oil and created a routine that not only calmed her hair, but actually provided her with a calm space to share her thoughts, worries and questions with me without the distraction of the Demanding Younger Sisters.

Now she is proud of her curls and her quiet confidence fills me with pride and hope that she will continue to care for her curls, and treasure her individuality.

CurlyEllie is about being proud to be curly. It is about celebrating your curly hair. It is about understanding that you are beautiful and your wavy, sometimes wild curls are amazing and normal. You are a work of art and as nature intended… beautiful!

Boys as well! *smile*


The frequency of hair washing completely relies on the type of hair you have and varies for everyone. Although the usual rule of thumb is once a week, you may need to wash your hair more frequently if you have finer curls. In the beginning, your hair could seem oily if you're used to washing it every day as it gets used to the new mixture and habit. You might still need to shampoo daily if this doesn't work for you, but fortunately our Gentle Shampoo is ideal for daily usage.

Well, if you don't have natural curly hair there are different ways to naturally achieve curly hair without causing damage to your hair. We know how hard it is to resist the irons when you’re getting ready and that’s why we’re here to show you 5 different tried and tested methods of curling your hair without using heat!

NOTE: For glossy, shining, frizz-free, and most importantly, natural-looking CurlyEllie curls, always complete all procedures with a few sprays of our CurlyEllie Moisturising Detangling spray.

  1. Use a shampoo and conditioner that are hydrating.
    Tip: Gentle shampoo & Nourishing conditioner

  2. With a leave-in conditioner, you can strengthen and safeguard your hair.

  3. Wet hair can be air dried or diffused.

  4. Try using a no-heat curling technique like:

    1. Twisting it up
    2. Perm rod sets
    3. Headband curls
    4. Rollers
    5. Natural waves with braids
  5. A sea salt spray can be used to add texture and volume.

Good for you to start here! Welcome to CurlyEllie, your hair wil be thankful.

The best results are obtained when using the entire collection because each product was created to complement the others.
Here is a basic routine that you should test out first before modifying and playing with how much of each step you perform.

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