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From the hair on your head to the hair on your face, these Howcast videos will keep you looking your best.
You Will Need
- Knowledge of hair type
- Analysis of scalp condition
- Alternate conditioners (optional)
Use moisturizing conditioner
Use a moisturizing conditioner if you have dry, coarse, curly, or processed hair. For extremely dry hair, pick up a moisturizer that contains essential fatty acids or EFAs.
Try a volumizing conditioner
Try a volumizing conditioner if you have limp, fine, thinning, or damaged hair. These conditioners coat the strand with protein, making it appear thicker, while filling in pieces of damaged cuticles.
Choose a normal conditioner
Choose a conditioner for normal hair if your hair and scalp aren't overly dry or oily.
Treat oily hair
Treat an oily scalp with a conditioner formulated for oily hair. It won't leave hair weighed down but will impart a healthy sheen.
Go for a leave-in
Go for a leave-in conditioner if you want shiny, tangle-free, and manageable strands. Outdoor types can choose one with a sunscreen, which offers added sun protection.
Avoid the lure of products that contain both shampoo and conditioner in one. Your hair will be cleaner and more conditioned using separate products.