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6 Natural Leave-in Conditioner Hair Tips You Need to Know

If you truly care for your hair or if you are a self-confessed hair care enthusiast, then you probably have an idea that a leave-in conditioner is your best friend. It's just the handiest product ever invented for women! At times when you need to give your hair a break from shampoo and styling, it’s the most convenient product you can grab.

However, let us ask you. Do you really think you know how to properly use a leave-in conditioner to make your hair long, healthy, and soft? Fret not! Here are six natural tips worth considering:

1. Know your hair type.

Before anything else, you should know your hair type. Each hair type requires a different leave-in conditioner formulation. If the label does not give you any hints whether it’s suitable for you or not, try to begin by applying the conditioner lightly. And then, get a feel of the product on your hair. If you think your hair needs more, apply more gradually.

It is also important that you identify what type of leave-in conditioner you need for yourself. While some leave-in conditioners work to add weightless volume to your tresses, others work to provide heat protection. There are also others that are specially formulated for thin and colored hair. Ask your hairstylist which is best for you.

2. Observe a regular hair care routine.

Of course, you should also have a regular hair care routine. After all, applying a leave-in conditioner won’t suffice. Shampoo your hair thrice a week and condition daily. Make sure you use a shampoo and conditioner that suits your hair type, too! Never apply a leave-in conditioner on dirty hair.

3. Apply the right amount of leave-in conditioner.

After drying your hair, you can now apply a leave-in conditioner. When using it, apply through your hair lengths. Massage it gently throughout your strands to evenly distribute the product, and prevent residues from building up.

4. Section your hair when applying a leave-in conditioner.

For better results, you may section your hair first before applying the leave-in conditioner. This way, you can ensure that the product is equally spread through your strands. When sectioning your hair, it is advised that you use a wide-tooth comb. The use of the wrong comb might affect the results and damage your hair.

5. Concentrate on damaged areas.

Areas of your hair that are drier should be the focus of your leave-in conditioner application. If your tips are drier, apply more leave-in conditioner on them. By doing so, you can help add more natural oils and bright out the best of those damaged areas.

6. Work with your hair.

The best natural leave-in conditioner hair tip we can give is to work with your hair and not against it. If you followed the first five rules, but you observe that your hair seems to be unhappy with the results, then listen to it. Don't worry because you’ll know if your hair is hating the leave-in conditioner that you are using. Although it does not speak, you can feel it.

In Conclusion

Congratulations, you are now an expert when it comes to using leave-in conditioners! Starting today, use this product wisely. Soon thereafter, your hair will become soft, shiny, and smooth like you always wanted. So, say goodbye to bad hair days and say hello to great hair days ahead!

Jacque is a digital marketing guru, the founder of Cebu Digital Link and saw the need to find natural solutions to our hair care problems. So, together with the team at Osensia, they continually create and introduce luxurious yet all-natural hair care products that renew, replenish, revive, and repair the hair.

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