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How To Brush Your Hair
How Add Shine to Hair
How To Condition
Laser Epilation
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Oiling of Hair
Permanently Coloring Your Hair
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Shampoo And Conditioner
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Tips about Avoiding Hair Color Mistakes
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Hair Conditioners

Just as the skin requires moisturizers to counteract the ill effects of pollution and UV rays, similarly hair requires conditioners. So we can say that conditioners are to hair what moisturizers are to skin.

Conditioning hair is the flip side of shampooing- you concentrate your efforts on the ends of the hair where your hair needs the most moisture. Using a shampoo with conditioner is not just enough to condition your hair, you need to use a separate conditioner - if you want best results. Remember that the protective effect of a conditioner lasts only until the next shampoo. Hence, you must apply a conditioner regularly after each shampoo.

Conditioners are of three types:

  • Instant conditioners.
  • Body-building conditioners.
  • Corrective conditioners.

Instant Conditioners help manage hair that does not hold a set. They work by coating hair with beneficial conditioners and depositing protein to help fill the hair-shaft.

Body-building Conditioners add bulk to fine, sparse hair. Each strand becomes coated with conditioners and plumps it in diameter, to give the effect of hair that is fuller and thicker.

Corrective Conditioners helps repair the hair damage with connectants, to relieve dryness and add shine and protein to restore natural elasticity and help make hair more supple and resistant to damage.

Some Great Benefits of Conditioners are:

  • Conditioning your hair adds lusture and shine to your hair.
  • It also decreases porousness of your hair.
  • Conditioning helps decrease the brittleness of hair.
  • It increases the strength of hair a lot.
  • Helps remove tangles thereby making hair easy to comb.
  • Conditioning your hair regularly helps prevent 'weathering' (split ends) and hair damage by forming a protective film over the hair shaft.

How to condition your hair?

  • After shampooing your hair, gently squeeze out all the excess water from your hair with your hands.
  • Pour conditioner in your hands. If your hair are small i.e. less thank six inches long, use a small amount of conditioner the size of a one-rupee coin. If you have very long hair, you may need a handful.
  • Rub your palms together to distribute the conditioner evenly, and then apply it onto your hair from the ends upwards.
  • If you have long hair, gently comb through the ends with a wide-toothed comb to make sure that the conditioner is evenly distributed and to remove any tangles.
  • After two to three minutes, rinse your hair with plenty of water. Excess residue can make your hair look dull.
  • Now, gently squeeze out the moisture with a towel. Do not rub vigorously.



Hair Conditioners