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How to use a leave-in conditioner on Curly/Wavy Hair?

by Beautizone UK skincare to cosmetics, hair extensions, human hair

           

A leave-in conditioner means just that – a conditioner you leave in your hair.

But some people simply use the conditioner after the shower as a leave-in conditioner. Some girls don’t rinse out the conditioner completely and skip the leave-in part .but it is important to maintain the health of the hair.

Since a leave-in conditioner is usually thinner than a conditioner, it doesn’t make your hair feel limp and weighed. This is suitable for people who have curly and thin hair.

Types of Leave-in-Conditioner

1. Milk/Leave-in spray/Mousse – These are very light & work best for wavy and soft curls.

2. Creamy leave-in conditioners – These have a thicker consistency & are perfect for curl patterns.

Eg: Cantu Curl Activator Cream, As I am leave in conditioner.

3. Hair Butters – These are very thick & have higher fat, lipid. It is suitable for coarse hair.



How to Apply?

You can use a leave-in conditioner in 2 ways

1. Scrunching After Squish to Condish

when the hair is still sopping wet, take a palm-sized amount of leave-in and scrunch up your curls, squeezing upwards & removing excess water. This encourages the curl pattern & helps in the formation of big curl clumps. Some curly girls swear by this method as it reduces frizz drastically.

2.Comb It In

If the hair is thinner, you can use this method. section the hair into 2 sections, take a generous amount of my leave-in & smooth it on my strands in a praying motion, take a wide-toothed comb & comb the strands starting from the bottom, always, then take a narrower comb & repeat. Plus this makes them so defined!

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