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Hair Care > Long Hair Care > Conditioner

Leave-in Conditioner

Very light conditioner for extremely fine hair, and for detangling

Conditioners for dry hair

are very moisturizing and if your hair is very dry and wiry you definitely need it. But if it is just medium dry, you should use a good judgment about how often you can use. You do not want to weight your hair down

Conditioners for normal hair

are only semi-moisturizing, but you also have to take great care of not over moisturizing hair, especially in Summer

Conditioners for oily hair and/or fine hair

are very light conditioners, designed with a great care toward a client who has a fly away and very thin hair in diameter

Conditioners for chemically treated hair

these conditioners contain the best goodies, just like shampoos for chemically treated hair, to make hair stronger, shinier etc.

Deep conditioners/Restructurizers

Add body and shine, reduce further breakage and strengthen damaged hair. They may strengthen the hair structure (if they contain the proteins), protects the hair from the environment and protects the hair from sunlight damage (if they contain UV filters just like the one by Wella on the left).They are simply heavy duty repair system for damaged and very dry unruly hair.
I personally do not like hot oil treatments, because they coat the hair thus weighing it down, making it too oily, and I don't think they give hair what it really needs (but again you never know, it may work well on your hair).

 

 

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