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Do You Need a Conditioner?

Hair care tips come in all shapes and sizes. When one reads hair care information online or in a magazine, they are met with a wide array of answers when it comes to the proper hair care techniques. The problem with such general tips is that they are not provided for each individual specifically. Since each individual has unique hair texture and qualities, it is hard to pinpoint whether a certain hair care tip will be applicable. This is true when it comes to hair conditioner. For those who want to find out if they need conditioner for their hair, the following will provide some insight in order to come up with a concrete answer when it comes to your particular situation.

Type of Hair

The first step to determining if you need a conditioner is to identify the type of hair which you have. This is a key factor in figuring out whether a conditioner is necessary. If one has dry hair, it is a good idea to use a conditioner on their hair every day. Since conditioner is a moisturizer for hair, using it on dry hair will make the hair more vibrant and manageable. On the other hand, if one has hair that is not at all dry and is quite manageable with just a shampoo, then a conditioner may not be needed.

Desired Style of Hair

An additional factor to consider when determining whether or not a conditioner is necessary is the desired style of hair which one is hoping to go with that day. For those who wish to keep their hair straight, using a conditioner will help in this regard. In the alternative, individuals who are going to put their hair in an updo or use a curling iron to curl their hair may want to think twice before opening up that conditioner bottle. Using a regular amount of conditioner or too much conditioner on hair that is going to be styled or curled may make the finished product less satisfactory in the end. Therefore, it is important to note how one will be wearing their hair that day before they determine if conditioner is needed.

How Your Hair Reacts to Conditioner

It is also important to note how one’s hair reacts to the use of conditioner. If using conditioner on a daily basis does not reach the desired outcome, then perhaps using shampoo alone is the best bet. On the other hand, if using the conditioner results in the best final product, then using conditioner every day is the way to go.

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