Conditioner Strategies for Your Hair Type That Can Make a Beautiful Difference

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Understanding what is going on with your hair is the first step to finding an ideal conditioning strategy.

 

Since we all have different hair types, we don’t condition our hair in exactly the same way.  Otherwise, the beautiful results we expect may not turn out as we had hoped for.  The reason this disappointment is because one conditioner is not always meant to address all specific hair textures or issues.  This is why you need to ask yourself a few questions before shopping for conditioners.

The Current Condition of Your Hair Matters 

First, what is the current state of your hair right now?  Is it dry, damaged or color-treated?  If so, then using a daily hydrating conditioner after shampooing is important to keep it in good shape.  It is also helpful to use a thermal protective spray before using hot styling tools and your hair dryer so not to minimize your efforts.  To repair brittleness and add healthy luster, you also need to use a deep conditioner once a week.

Hair Textures Also Have Different Needs

Perhaps, you have fine, limp hair.  What you don’t want to do is to overload on a conditioner that could weigh your hair down and make it look greasy and flatter because your hair is probably on the oily side.  However, you still might want a lightweight conditioner to help volumize and give it softness and shine.  The best thing to do is avoid thick, creamy formulas and condition only about twice a week.  If you have a problem with your hair knotting, a leave-in detangling spray offers additional control to tame it.

Thick, coarse hair thrives the best when it gets treated to a masque or deep conditioner with softening ingredients like shea butter or ceramides twice a month.  This type of ingredient offers the most powerful help to remedy its extra wiry damage and coax this texture back to beauty.

Hopefully, this post will help simplify your hair conditioner strategies for the best possible outcome!

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