Conditioner Tips and Tricks for Fabulous Hair

o-HAIR-CONDITIONER-facebookThe secret to great hair is to keep it hydrated. Unfortunately, most women breeze over the critical step or worse, skip it altogether. Experts believe that conditioning your strands is as important as washing your hair.

There are a lot of tips and tricks as to how you should use your conditioners and keep your hair properly hydrated. Read on and we’ll tell you more about it.

Condition daily

Conditioner restores moisture and smoothes your hair cuticles. This product is not only used after shampooing. Rather, it should be applied to your hair daily, even if you’re not shampooing your hair.

Daily conditioning is the key to soft and smooth strands. Plus, it protects your hair form outside elements.

Choose the right product

Choosing the right conditioner for your hair is one of the most, if not the most, important tips when conditioning your hair.

If your hair is fine, it would be best to use a volumizing conditioner. If you have dry hair, choose the one that contains natural oils and moisturizers. Also, avoid using conditioners that contain alcohol as it may dry out your hair.

Condition mid-length to ends

It is important to apply conditioner from the mid-length down to the ends. You shouldn’t apply conditioner directly to your roots as it can weigh down the hair. Additionally, your roots often get the most amounts of natural oils. So, allow the oil to moisturize the roots and use your store-bought conditioner to take care of the rest.

Let your conditioner sit long enough

After shampooing your hair and applying conditioner, allow it to sit on your hair for at least 2 to 3 minutes. Just enjoy the steamy shower or you can shave your legs to take up the extra minutes.

By letting it sit on your hair for a couple of minutes, you’re allowing the product to do its job better as compared to just applying and rinsing immediately.

 

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