Nou is the affordable hair care line designed for curly, coily and kinky textures — every product is just $7 at Walmart

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People with curly, coily and kinky hair textures rejoice whenever a new brand pops up on the scene with products that are designed with their strands in mind. If that brand also happens to be affordable, even better!

That’s why Nou hair care needs to be on your radar. The new brand just launched at Walmart, and the lineup includes eight products that were made with textured hair in mind. And given that the hair care collection is available at the superstore center, you know the prices have to be compelling. Everything from Nou’s Moisture Conditioner and Sulfate Free Shampoo to their Leave In Conditioner and Styling Gel is only $6.97.

The folks behind Nou really did their homework when cooking up the hair care line. Not only are there two leave in conditioner options (one for low porosity hair and one for high porosity hair), but the shampoo is specifically formulated not to strip curls and coils. In addition, the styling gel is made with avocado oil to give great hold, but also moisture.

Get familiar with the full Nou hair care product roster below, and be sure to add a few products to your cart the next time you’re shopping at Walmart!

NOU Low Porosity Leave In Conditioner, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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Designed for low porosity hair, this Leave In Conditioner can add moisture and definition without weighing down your curls.

NOU High Porosity Leave-in Conditioner, For Coily Hair, $6.97

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If you have high porosity hair, be sure to try this Leave-in Conditioner that is formulated to strengthen and protect hair from breakage.

NOU No Strip Sulfate Free Shampoo, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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Cleansing curly hair without completely removing much-needed oils and nutrients is super important for maintaining the health of your hair. This Sulfate Free Shampoo does just that.

NOU Nourishing Moisture Conditioner, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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Coconut oil is the star ingredient in this nourishing conditioner that smells great and leaves your locks soft and hydrated.

NOU Styling Gel, For Curly Hair, $6.97

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When you’re looking for extra curl definition, add this Styling Gel to your wash day routine. It delivers great hold without drying out your hair.

NOU Moisture Lock Oil, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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Believe it! The Nou hair care line even includes a product for those with locs. Don’t think twice about adding the Moisture Lock Oil to your hair care regimen.

NOU Moisture Mask, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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When your curls need a bit more TLC, turn to this Moisture Mask. The shea butter is exactly what your stressed strands will need to look their best again.

NOU No Damage Detangler, For Curly & Coily Hair, $6.97

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Make combing out your coils easier than ever with this No Damage Detangler that’s made with coconut oil.

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