Did you select the Right Conditioner for your Hair Type?

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For best results, choose the right conditioner for your hair type. Using the wrong conditioner can also be one of the cause for hair loss.

Sign #1 Not stylist recommended

Your stylist is your guru when it comes to hair care suggestions. So, the number one advice is to go to a salon. Consider the texture of your hair and chemical hair treatments you have had and make a recommendation.

Sign #2 Use a color-safe product.

Do not let the color on your hair extensions. Use the right color-safe conditioner that will keep blonde brighter and brunette bolder. Use the right color-safe conditioner as it will keep the blonde brighter and a brunette bolder. The labels on the color safe conditioners usually have terms like color extend, color care and sulphate free. It protects against dulling of washing and over styling, which are the two main reasons for color fades.

If you do not use a safe conditioner and shampoo, you are washing away for what you paid for. The products with “UVA/UVB protection” offer a good layer of protection from the sun for fading your color.

Sign #3 Volumizing conditioner

When you use a conditioner for hair with lots of volume, you need a heavy conditioner that is enough to give you enough of a smoothing treatment. When you use a conditioner, you are doing two things, either making it bigger or smaller.

If your hair is fine and flat, a light conditioner is required. If your hair has lots of volume, you need a heavy conditioner enough to give you a good smoothing to tame frizzies and flyaways and get your hair back under your control.

If your hair is fine, do not a smoothing treatment as it feels oily and limp. Instead, use a lighter weight product that will not weigh your hair down.

Sign #4 Strengthening shampoo

Extra strength does not necessarily help dry hair. If your hair lacks moisture, then the problem is not solved. Dry and damaged hair always need a moisturizing daily conditioner. At least once a week, you can revive thirsty hair with leave-in conditioning hair loss treatment. Get it done once a month.

Sign #5 Expensive conditioner.

While you do not want to buy a cheap conditioner in the store, you do not have to shell lots of dollars to buy an expensive one. A conditioner that is ten times expensive will not necessarily make it ten times better.

Some tips:

  1. Shampoo the roots

  2. Split ends can occur where the conditioning ends

  3. In rare cases, you would need deep conditioning

  4. Use a wide-toothed comb to evenly distribute the conditioner. Keep one in the shower just for this.