Conditioner Tip

Really quickly about conditioning your hair…

Fact

Did you know that your scalp does most of the conditioning your hair needs- on its own? Well your scalp produces natural and super essential oils for your hair every day. So… you may just be using too much conditioner or using up your bottle of conditioner way too quickly!

Tip

The tip is..to only apply conditioner to the bottom half or even to the bottom 1/3 of your hair. Why? because since your scalp produces its own oils-naturally conditioning your hair, applying conditioner to your scalp and top parts of hair will make your hair look greasy and oily, because that was too much product for your hair to handle. So it will become very heavy and will look as if you never washed your hair in the first place.

Make sure to leave the conditioner in for at least five minutes, let the conditioner set in your hair very well before you wash out. This is also the best time to de-tangle your hair gently with your fingers. When hair is wet, it is at it’s weakest point so untangling or brushing your hair then, easily pulls your hair from its roots or breaks the hair when untangling. But with product/conditioner in it, it acts as a a layer of protection from this type of damage,

Consider

Since we all know it is good to condition all your hair once in a while, ..consider getting deep conditioning at least a couple times a month to keep your hair moisturized and nurtured. This helps the health of your hair so much, help is an understatement! Don’t know how to do it yourself or have the product..go to a salon and get it done. Shouldn’t cost you anywhere from 10-20$ at an average hair salon. Another reason to get your girls and go get your hair done!

Check out these two conditioners I use!

Revitalize & Restore Leave-In 

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