Leave-In Conditioners are usually applied to wet hair for best results, as the first product after rinsing out your conditioner. They are lighter than regular conditioner. They also work great as a curl refresher when mixed with water (1 part leave-in conditioner, 3 parts water). I find smoothing it down over individual curls or applying in sections, and then scrunching the hair seems to bring it back to life on multiple day hair. Diffusing after that will give them a boost. They are great for anyone with:
- really dry feeling hair
- someone who struggles with frizz
- used to add moisture to your hair in the winter before applying your stylers
- as a frizz fighter in summer under other products
- to use as a light styler for kids hair
- hair that tangles easily
- Apply a nickel size amount to the middle and ends of the hair on soaking wet hair. The more curly your hair, the closer you can get to the roots with the product without weighing down the hair.
- If your hair is fine or thin, you may want to just apply it to the ends or avoid this product all together.
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