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5 ways your should be using your regular hair conditioner.


We all have it. It's sitting in our shower next to our shampoo. We use, but do you know it's full potential? Are you getting your money's worth? Here are 5 ways you can use your conditioner, for maximum results.

  1. Let's start with the obvious. Condition your hair after you shampoo. You're likely already doing this, but just in case I'll give you a quick how to: shampoo as usual and rinse, apply a nickel size amount of conditioner your mid-lengths and ends. An easy way to find the mid-lengths is to pull your hair into a low pony tail, all the hair hanging down is the mid-lengths and ends. If you have shorter hair, you may need to work a bit of the extra up a bit higher. Let it sit for a few minutes then rinse.

  2. Rinse and Condition. If you aren't planning to wash your hair, but it needs a reset you can just rinse it in the shower. This is awesome because you can completely start over with your style but leave some of the natural oils to nourish the hair. How to: thoroughly we the hair in the shower, then apply conditioner on the mid-lengths and ends. Let is sit for a few minutes and rinse.

  3. Deep Condition. Did you know that your regular every day conditioner can give you a deep conditioning experience. How to: It's super easy, just leave it on longer. How to: shampoo as usual, then apply your conditioner generously on the mid-lengths to ends. Let it sit for 10+ minutes.

  4. Leave in conditioner. This is especially great for anyone with super long, coarse, or curly hair. How to: wash and condition in the shower as usual. Once our of the shower, towel dry the hair gently then apply a small amount of your conditioner to the damp hair. Comb or brush through.

  5. Hydrate and style. I am loving all the smooth slick ponytails and buns I am seeing these days. Using conditioner to smooth the hair is a great way to get control of your hair while treating it to some extra hydration. How to: Detangle your hair. Apply conditioner to your hands, rub your hands together then smooth into your hair. Pull your hair into your desired style, add additional conditioner as needed for extra smoothness.

Are you doing all of these on yourself? Which are you going to try first?


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