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Which is best conditioner

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Hi all can anyone help, which is the best conditioner for over coloured dry frizzy hair?
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi all can anyone help, which is the best conditioner for over coloured dry frizzy hair?
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
i use tresemme shampoo and conditioner for mine
really frizzy and coloured
#2
They are all much the same but what I find helps is after you shampoo and condition apply a leave in conditioner (not near the roots or it can go greasy very quickly) and then a heat protective product if you need it.Lastly when your hair is dry apply a dry ends/frizzy hair serum.
#3
AUSSIE defo
#4
Forget the conditioner :thinking: just go and have a number one :p
[helper]#5
Google co-washing. Ive been doing this for a few months now and it does make a big difference to hair condition. You basically do not use shampoo - you wash with conditioner (I use original source tea tree). Do not use any serums - these make your hair worse.
#6
Thanks for all help might try co-washing sounds intresting
#7
not using shampoo is a bad idea as you aren't getting the dirt out properly and a build up of products will make your hair dull, but is a good idea to only use a very little amount of shampoo, Redken is a very good conditioner although i find that the shampoo doesn't lather up very well but the aussie one for dry hair does, so i use that and the redken allsoft conditioner, its worked wonders on my hair and it used to be awful, dry, brittle but got greasy on the roots quickly, all from being over coloured.
Anyway hope some of this helps, oh and serums DO NOT make your hair worse, redken do an all in one serum which is also a heat protector so saves using too many products on your hair and saves your hair if you're addicted to straightners like me lol!
[helper]#8
Emzy81
not using shampoo is a bad idea as you aren't getting the dirt out properly and a build up of products will make your hair dull, but is a good idea to only use a very little amount of shampoo, Redken is a very good conditioner although i find that the shampoo doesn't lather up very well but the aussie one for dry hair does, so i use that and the redken allsoft conditioner, its worked wonders on my hair and it used to be awful, dry, brittle but got greasy on the roots quickly, all from being over coloured.
Anyway hope some of this helps, oh and serums DO NOT make your hair worse, redken do an all in one serum which is also a heat protector so saves using too many products on your hair and saves your hair if you're addicted to straightners like me lol!


If you read about co-washing you will see that if you use certain conditioners (you have to read the ingredients carefully) there is NO build-up of products. I cant remember offhand what ingredients you must avoid - all I know is that original source dosent contain any of them which cause a build-up . You can get your hair perfectly clean by just using the conditioner and plenty of scrubbing - you are actually getting the dirt out properly. Most shampoos wash out all the natural oils in the hair. Serums are particularly not recommended when using the co-washing method as trhey make your hair lank.
#9
i would use a mix of leave in conditioner and washout
Kingsley Remoisturizing Conditioner and Boots Ingredients Coconut & Almond Leave-In Conditioner
#10
Kingsley hair products are great.
#11
Kerastase Masque Chroma Riche its expensive about £25 ,but it really works. I once dyed my dark brown hair to blond it damaged my hair so much it felt and looked like straw, this made my hair soft again. You only need to use this conditioner once a week but leave it in your hair for at least 30mins before washing out.
#12
depends on ur hair.........i use paul mitchell

little expensive but it lasts me months and months
#13
I've just started using James Brown Intensively glossy rescue treatment. Says on the tube that you're only to use it once a week, maximum, and my hair feels really nice afterwards.

http://www.jamesbrownlondon.com/products/scandalous/intensive
#14
trego37
AUSSIE defo


:thumbsup:

I second this.

3 Minute miracle. They always give away sachets on their website.

I think it's [url]www.aussie.co.uk[/url].
#15
renown
Forget the conditioner :thinking: just go and have a number one :p


How is using the toilet going to help???:roll:
#16
Serious reply-- OP pop into your hairdressers and get a good salon conditioner, a few months of using that and you hair should be enriched again.

I use Clynol, my naturally platinum blonde hair has been dyed bright red, deep dark purple, brunette, copper, you name it and it doesn't suffer from dryness.

The conditioner costs about 8.95 for a small bottle but you can only buy it from a salon xxx
#17
Aussie 3rded by me :thumbsup:

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