Selecting a conditioner depends on your hair type. Dryness, frizz, and oiliness affect hair types. Knowing your hair type can help you choose a conditioner for your needs.
Use it on dry or damaged hair. Shea butter, argan oil, and glycerin nourish and soften hair.
Thin or limp hair needs a boost. These conditioners create volume and thickness without weighing hair down with lightweight ingredients.
A smoothing conditioner may tame frizzy hair. Silicone and keratin conditioners smooth hair cuticles and decrease frizz, making hair sleek and manageable.
Color-treated hair needs this conditioner. These conditioners protect hair color and provide shine. Sulfate-free, UV-protected conditioners are best.
Use a mending conditioner if your hair breaks easily. Hydrolyzed proteins, ceramides, and oils may strengthen and repair damaged hair, restoring its health and vitality.
For fine or greasy hair. Look for "weightless" or "oil-free" fine hair conditioners. These conditioners moisturize without weighing hair down.