Best Conditioner for Your Hair
by Lindsay Law
Healthy hair makes you look and feel better, so why not invest in conditioner that strengthens and protects your hair? Whether your hair is thick, thin, straight or curly, you can find hair conditioner that softens and smoothes each strand to make your hair look great every day. Read on for tips on finding the best conditioner for your hair.
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- Buy a volumizing conditioner for thin or brittle hair.
Thin hair can look limp, especially when blow-dried or heavily styled with several products, but a volumizing conditioner can restore some body to your hair. Those with thin hair should look for a lightweight volumizing conditioner that won't weigh your hair down. This type of hair conditioner can also repair brittle hair, and a shampoo and conditioner set that provides double the moisture is always a good choice.
- Look for a moisturizing conditioner for curly hair.
Great hair starts in the shower, so If you have wavy or curly hair, purchase a moisturizing conditioner that smoothes dry strands. Work the conditioner from the roots to the ends and leave it on your hair for a few minutes to penetrate the strands. In addition to a moisturizing conditioner, you can also purchase a leave-in conditioner to use a few times a week.
- Find a deep conditioner for damaged hair.
Coloring, perming and heat styling hair can damage the roots and leave the ends split and fragile. A deep conditioner can restore moisture and softness to weak hair, and it can also be used once a month to maintain healthy hair. Look for a deep conditioner with vitamins and extracts for shiny, smooth hair, and use a leave-in conditioner a few times a week to repair damage as well.
- Purchase a conditioner for normal hair.
If your hair remains soft and manageable while you wash and style it, lucky you. Find the best conditioner and hair products by selecting scents you like and purchasing a shampoo and conditioner set with extracts that improve shine and body. Deeply moisturizing conditioners may weigh normal hair down, while lightweight volumizing conditioners could leave your hair lacking shine. Stick with a conditioner made for normal hair to ensure your locks look fabulous.