There is nothing like bending your natural structure. But curly hair tends to have a mind and sometimes does not want to cooperate with your plans for curl domination. Keeping the definition can be a problem, especially when working with moisture, but thankfully curlgeler is here to help. No, we are not talking about the dry, crispy ones that make your hair look like it jumped right out of 2003. And we're definitely not here for some gels loaded with alcohol. But zapping frizz, adding moisture and pumping up the gloss factor? Oh, that sounds like curl heaven. "Gels is best used on wavy and curly hair (types 2 and 3) that do not have moisture deficiencies," explains hairstyles. Andre Walker, who works with Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry and Michelle Obama. "Creams add moisture, but not all gels do." Words too wise, read the list of ingredients very carefully. But before you decide on a gel to add your stash, we round up 14 to make sure that hairstyles and editors absolutely love.