Why Use Curly Hair Conditioners?

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Having a hard time finding the right conditioner for your curly hair? Here is something that will help you learn more about curly hair conditioners. Most shampoos are meant to clean your hair from dirt and oils, and conditioners are used to give shine and protection to your hair. Conditioners help your hair from drying and tangling. However, does it mean that the more conditioner we apply, the better? Let’s talk about curly hair conditioners in more detail.

There are different types of shampoos for different types of hair. So does that mean there are different types of conditioners too? Well, in the most basic sense, conditioners are all the same, they all hydrate your hair by providing moisturizers. The main difference in most conditioners is how creamy and moisturizing the conditioner is. The coarser and curlier your hair is, the more you will need an ultra-moisturizing conditioner. Regular conditioners are recommended for finer and straighter hair. The reason why curly hair conditioners are richer when it comes to conditioning and moisturizing is because coarse and curly hair tends to be always dry. The reason for this is that the oil from the scalp doesn’t travel all the way to the ends of the hair. Thus, it needs your help by applying richer and creamier conditioners to maintain its luster.

For people who have coarse and curly hair, it is recommended that you use curly hair conditioners after every washing to maintain the hydration of the hair. Remember that you must choose an ultra-moisturizing conditioner that is intended for coarse hair. If you have extra-dry hair, the curly hair conditioner is not enough. You must also apply an intense moisturizing conditioner or treatment on a regular basis, preferably twice a month.

Therefore, to summarize it all, if you have healthy and shiny hair, just use a regular conditioner for normal hair. If you have dry and frizzy hair which is common for African American hair, make sure to use a rich moisturizing conditioner. If you have limp and fine hair, a volumizing conditioner is recommended. Aside from these conditioners, a separate leave-in conditioner is recommended once a week. The coarser your hair is, the longer you want to leave it in. the stylist that takes care of your hair on a regular basis will know what conditioners to recommend for your specific hair type.

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