Learn from a top professional stylist how to properly use and get the most out of your hair conditioner. You'll also learn a technique to treat your hair so it has that celebrity look, feel, and shine.
Salon Secrets - How To Properly Use and Get the Most Out Of Your Conditioner
How to Properly Use and Get the Most
Out of Your Conditioner!
Does your hair feel like straw after you shampoo it?
Does it look healthy? Most people don't use conditioner correctly
and end up wasting most of the bottle, by letting it run down the
drain! Here is the correct way to use your conditioner to get the
most benefit from it and also how to take it to the next level and get
that luxurious celebrity look and radiant shine.
Wash your hair with your favorite
shampoo and rinse thoroughly.
Squeeze out as much water as
possible with your hands.
Here's the most important part!
Take a towel and blot your wet hair
Think of your hair as a sponge. If a
sponge is soaked it will not pick up
any more water, but squeeze out a sponge and it is ready to soak up
again. If you are putting conditioner on hair that is already soaked,
then it can't be absorbed into your hair shaft. It just goes down the
drain with the water!
Note: If you wash your hair in the shower, then at least take a wash
cloth or dish towel in with you to towel blot your hair. If your hair is
long, take a clip to secure it up, so that you don't rinse it back off
while you're showering.
After towel blotting well, then apply the conditioner to your hair,
concentrating on the ends first. Your ends and mid-shaft are the
driest parts of your hair and this is where the majority of your
conditioner will go.
Most people use too much conditioner. You should not be using
your hand as a cup, with conditioner running over it. If you do, you
need better products. If your hair is long, put a drop of conditioner
about the size of a half dollar in your hand. Rub your hands
together to disperse the conditioner and then rub through hair.
Don't try to put a big clump of conditioner on your hair and THEN
try to work it through. If your hair is shorter, then use less. You
really don't need that much.
The hair closest to the scalp is healthier than the ends so use less.
On someone with long hair, the ends may be several years old!
Avoid putting conditioner on your scalp, especially if you want
volume, as it may weigh your hair down.
1) Leave the conditioner on for at least 3 minutes to get the most
benefit. I know it's very boring hanging your head over a sink
for that long, but you can do it. Just close your eyes and relax.
This might be the only time in your day that you can.
2) Rinse completely, in cool water, to close the cuticle and help the
conditioner stay in your hair shaft.
3) Towel dry and style as usual.
Want to Get that Celebrity Look, Feel, and Radiant Shine?
Then Take it to the Next Level with ArganEsque Moroccan Argan Oil
Hair Treatment by adding these additional steps after Towel Drying
Pump 2-4 pumps of
Argan oil hair treatment
into the palm of your
hand and rub your
Run your fingers through your hair working the oil throughout your
hair beginning from the root and working outward towards the
ends. If you have naturally oily scalp or longer hair, you can apply
from mid-length downward and then work your way up towards the
Allow your hair to air dry or you can blow dry your hair and style as
usual. Because of the detangling effects of the oil it helps to
improve drying time. It also acts as a heat protectant and helps
protect your hair from heat damage when blow drying or using hair
After you’ve finished drying and styling your hair, apply another 1-2
pumps of oil using the same process to control loose out of place
hair and to further condition your hair and give your hair a beautiful
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