Published On: Tue, Feb 23rd, 2016

5 Things you should know about hair conditioner


Hairs are the ultimate asset and everyone wants to keep this forever in a good condition. Conditioners play a vital role in keeping your hair healthy and damage free. While it, in fact, depends on your hair texture but there are a few things you should know regarding shampoo’s better half.

Here are the details which you may not know regarding your conditioner.

They make great styling products

If you leave the conditioners in your hair they can work for your hair inside and out of the shower. When you are on the beach you can spray a scant amount of leave-in conditioner to moist hair then comb them carefully and tress. Unbraid right prior to when you set out, you will see thick, bouncy locks. Conditioners are better than damaging chemical-glazed hair sprays. 

Conditioners hydrate your follicles

The winter season usually dry your hair, whatever the texture of your hairs is. Try to use a deep conditioning mask directly to your scalp one time in a month; it will eradicate the dry flakes and make your hair soft and smooth. Experts have told that don’t restrict your hair from applying conditioner to only the ends of the hair because it’s a myth only. 

You should condition before you shampoo

You never heard it before that apply conditioner prior to shampoo, it enhances a number of your locks. When you take a shower the conditioner doesn’t fully washes out and it can damage your hair and eventually lessen the amount and making it gaze limp.

The same conditioner won’t work for everyone

Every conditioner is not for everyone so try to get the conditioner according to the texture of your hairs. For thin hair try to get a volumising conditioner and for thick, greasy hair, go with the conditioner which is made with less oil. The perfect formula can significantly alter the value of your hair.

Roots should never ever be conditioned

Beginning from the trimmings and brushing the conditioner to the mid-lengths of your hair is the best way to hydrate your tresses where they require it most. In addition, your hair will emerge to be at their best with this move, not oily or dead prior to a big night. 

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.