Naturally Curly Black Hair is everywhere right now. TV Commercials, National Print Ads, and Informercials.
After talking to quite a few Black women sporting natural curl patterns, I found maintenance items to include 1) glycerine 2) coconut oil 3) mayonnaise. (products from local health foods stores)
I found styling items to include 1) foam 2) Paul Mitchell Foamming Pomade 3) DevaCurl AnGel 4) other gels OR 5) other curl creams.
All women mentioned that they experimented until they found a regimen and product that worked for their look and their hairtype.
For coarser hair, the women stated that maintaining a natural look is still a lot of work.
All the women agreed that going to the salon was getting expensive and maintaining the straight look was a burden they no longer wanted to bear.
Some found a solution with "Sister Locs," regular locks, braids, kinky twists, or a barbered look.
My conclusion is that you are on your own to find what works with your own unprocessed hair. Have fun while searching . . . it may take you a few years to settle on a routine as your length changes.