Take care of your hair is a form of self-care. Sometimes you can splurge on hair products but what if you are on a budget? There are hair products that go over $15-$20 that are just as effective as products that cost less than that. In fact, there are many black hair products herald as cult favorites in the community. Are you looking for a good product that doesn’t break the bank? Well, keep reading to see the best haircare products under $10. Cantu Shea Butter Leave-In Conditioner ($5.97 at Walmart)image from WalmartThis product does wonders on natural hair that needs extra repair. If your hair suffers from dryness and/or brittleness, this will help make your hair softer and more manageable. Plus the scent of the shea butter will leave your hair smelling good! For just under $5, it’s a great backup to have if the goal is to help strengthen your hair. Aussie Moist Conditioner- ($4.94 at Walmart)image from AmazonYou know how much a natural loves that slip that comes with a good conditioner. It’s one of the big clues that you’ve got a working product. Aussie Moist Conditioner has exactly that. It’s perfect for co-washes and for those who are transitioning from chemically treated to natural hair. Though it works best as a rinse out, It does make a good deep conditioner. This product is worth the purchase. Eco Styler Oliver Oil Styling Gel ($2.97 at Target)image from AmazonTaking care of those edges are vital because they complete your overall hairstyle. Eco Styler is a cult favorite for wanting to tame those baby hairs down. Compared to other edge gels and waxers out there, it’s a way more affordable option that gets the job done. Lotta Body Moisturize Me: Curl and Style Mix ($3.79 at Target)Image from Amazon No need to go out to buy a $15 moisturizer when you have this amazing product at a cheaper price. Lotta Body moisturizer is a very lightweight product that incredibly hydrates the hair by fusing shea and coconut oils. It not only detangles but it will leave your hair shiny and fuller. It’s perfect for twist outs and finger coils. Pantene Pro-V Truly Natural Shampoo ($4.99 at Walgreens)image from Walgreens Looking for a good cleanser on a budget? This shampoo from Pantene will do you some good. It gently cleanses the hair without stripping it of its natural oils. It helps keep the hair soft and manageable. It’s an affordable product if you are looking for something that will certainly leave your hair clean, healthy, and shiny. Obviously, there are more than five products that work wonders on black hair but these are just several of the best products out there that many black women love. Do you have a favorite? Is there one you think should be on the list? Let us know in the comments.