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Fine Hair Conditioners Color Wow Money Mist 150ml

Color Wow Money Mist 150ml

Conditioner, Softening, Heat Protection, Strengthening, Leave-in, Smoothing, Moisturizing, Paraben Free, Sulfate Free

£17.70
Salons Direct
BeyondBeautiful
in 9 stores
CONDITIONER

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Conditioner is usually the second step of washing your hair. While shampoo focuses on cleaning your hair, conditioner is a moisturising agent that helps smoothen your hair and make it a bit more manageable.

This depends on your hair type and styling routine, if you use a lot of heat tools for instance. There are conditioners for curly hair, coloured hair, damaged hair, frizzy hair, flat hair, textured hair – the list goes on. If you’re unsure what you need, ask your hairdresser what they think is a good choice for you.

It’s a conditioner that is specifically made to not be rinsed off immediately. Its ingredients are a bit different from a regular conditioner, making it less heavy. Normally, you don’t need to use both leave in conditioner and regular conditioner, but you can if you want to. Because of the extra moisture leave in conditioner provides, natural hair and more textured hair may benefit from using it.

3 tips when buying hair conditioner

Just like shampoo, you should choose a conditioner that's right for your hair. Here are best types of conditioners for common hair types:

  • Oily hair needs a conditioner that cleanses without stripping away moisture. Look for a rebalancing conditioner.

  • Dry, damaged and frizzy hair needs plenty of moisture and nourishing ingredients. Choose an intensely hydrating conditioner and a leave-in conditioner that you can apply to the lengths of your towel-dried hair. It will nourish your hair and leave it feeling soft and smooth.

  • Curly hair needs moisture and protein to enhance curls with definition and bounce. Check out the range of moisturising conditioners.

  • Fine hair needs strengthening conditioners that won’t weigh it down. Check out conditioners for fine hair.

Your conditioner should do more than just suit your hair type; it should also protect it from damage. If you're someone who frequently uses heat styling tools like hairdryers, curling irons or straighteners, you should look for a conditioner with heat protection. And if you're out and about in the sun a lot, consider using a conditioner with sun protection to shield your hair from UV rays.

If you're interested in trying out the No Poo Method - where you only use conditioner to wash your hair - it’s important to use silicone-free, sulphate-free, and mineral oil-free conditioner.

Curious to learn more about the No Poo Method?

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