How To Use Conditioner For Manageable Hair

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How To Use Conditioner For Manageable Hair

Our bodies love staying hydrated and our hair is no different. They also need to stay moisturized to remain tangle free. Besides oiling, there is one more thing that you can do is conditioning your hair. A shampoo and conditioner combo from the same range is considered the most effective but you can pick what suits you. Its important to use conditioners that are suitable for your hair type. Make sure to read the label before buying conditioner for dry, normal or oily hair. Dry conditioners and conditioner bars are also available but the most popular type of conditioners are rinse-off liquid conditioners and leave in conditioners. Here’s How To Use Conditioner For Manageable Hair-

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Conditioning after shampoo

Once you are done shampooing your hair, squeeze out the extra water from them. Take conditioner on your palm and apply from mid portion of hair till the end. Do not go anywhere near scalp and roots. Leave it on for about 2-4 minutes and rinse out. Thorough rinsing is very important. Any residues can make your hair oily and weak.

If you are using a deep conditioner then you can apply it from roots to ends. Deep conditioners are left on hair for longer and then rinsed off. Again make sure that there is no residual conditioner left on hair.

Leave-in conditioning

These conditioners are meant to be left on your hair. Leave in conditioners are usually applied applied on damp hair after shampoo. These should also be applied from mid length to ends unless specified that you can use them on scalp. Leave-in conditioners make hair super smooth and easy to manage. These conditioners are especially good for dry and frizzy hair.

Conditioning before shampoo

This new technique is getting popular these days. You need to wet your hair thoroughly and apply a regular conditioner on them. Rinse off after 2 minutes and then shampoo. This way your hair gets the nourishment of conditioner without getting weighed down. This method is superb for fine and greasy hair.

Some Amazing Conditioners

Here are some effective conditioners that you can try to pamper your hair-

The Nature’s Co Vitamin Hair Conditioner

the nature's co vitamin hair conditioner ingredients

This creamy conditioner is enriched with vitamin B5. It is suitable for fine hair. It moisturizes hair without making them greasy.

Bblunt Born Again  Conditioner

Bblunt Hair Care conditioner

The conditioner on the other hand is very consistent thick cream for maximum nourishing effects. The rich and cream based texture of the conditioner further makes the hair strands stay manageable and frizz free throughout the day.

Biotique Bio Watercress Fresh Nourishing Conditioner

Biotique Watercress Nourishing Conditioner

This is silicone-free and makes hair frizz-free, shiny, soft and doesn’t weigh it down. Rinses off easily without leaving any residue. Improves overall hair health with regular use.

Kerastraight Maintain Conditioner

KeraStraight SLS free conditioner swatch

Keeps hair soft and does not weigh the hair down. It is sulphate free. Keeps frizz and fly aways at bay. It suits long fine hair. You will just need a coin size of the conditioner even for long hair.

Tresemme Keratin Smooth For Straighter & Smoother Hair Conditioner

New Tresemme Keratin Smooth Conditioner

This one is very nourishing and hydrating. It gives smooth and silky hair. This lessens frizz in the hair. Hair detangles easily. This is Sulphate-free and smells nice.

John Frieda Frizz Ease Hair Serum

John Frieda Frizz Ease Hair Serum

Serum gets absorbed with in seconds and has a nice fragrance which is not pungent. It works like a charm in especially in those weather conditions when hair is prone to frizz. It eliminates frizz and adds shine to hair. It keeps hair soft and silky. This serum doesn’t weigh hair down and works on curly, wavy as well as straight hair.

How do you Use Conditioner For Manageable Hair?

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