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The basics of rinse-out vs leave-in conditioner

We all know the basic steps of washing and conditioning our hair. For most women, their morning grooming routine includes washing their hair while they shower, rinsing out the shampoo and then applying conditioner.

After a few more minutes of steaming hot water, the conditioner is rinsed out and their hair is ready to be styled or dried. What if we told you that the traditional rinse-out conditioner is not the only option when it comes to great-looking hair? Intrigued much? Good, now that we’ve got your undivided attention, allow us to introduce you to the basics of the traditional rinse-out conditioners vs leave-in conditioners.

Why we use rinse-out conditioners

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The core function of a rinse-out conditioner is to replenish the hair with moisture that is lost during everyday washing, styling or drying of hair. Rinse-out conditioners tend to be heavier on the hair as opposed to leave-in conditioners.

The benefits of a rinse-out conditioner can be seen in the radiant shine of your hair, your very own crowning glory. Including a rinse-out conditioner in your morning grooming routine will leave your hair healthier, stronger and shinier looking.

Glossy and moisturised tresses needn’t be pin-straight though. Spice up your morning rinse-out conditioning routine with a full head of radiant curls by applying tried and trusted heat protection curly hair products used by professionals for salon finished results!

Right ladies, now that we’ve gotten the rinse-out conditioner out the way, let’s have a look at the leave-in conditioner and why it’s a viable option for all hair types.

What is a leave-in conditioner and why you should consider using it

Leave-in conditioners are used to nourish and deeply moisturise the hair from root to tip. Unlike the rinse-out conditioners, leave-in conditioners have been designed to stay in the hair and are great for all textures of hair including curly, colour treated and damaged hair.

Using a leave-in conditioner will not damage your hair, in fact, the opposite is true. Leave-in conditioners can be used to treat different hair textures and they can also be used to style your hair while providing a much-needed coating of protection over the strands of your hair.

A great hairstyle for a leave-in conditioner

A great hairstyle to go with your weekly leave-in conditioner routine is the sophisticated slicked-back look that oozes confidence. To hold your silken tresses in place, we recommend using a styling hairspray that nourishes the hair without spoiling the hairstyle.

No time to wash and condition your oily tresses?

For those oily haired days when washing and setting your hair is a hard-won prize and using any kind of conditioner seems a tad impossible, dry shampoo can come in handy.

Limp and lifeless hair can be remedied with a quick spritz of one the best oily hair shampoos for dull-looking locks without the hassle of washing your tresses. Dry shampoos are a great way of combating the build-up of oil and gives your hair a revitalised and fresh appearance without taking up too much of your time.

Beautiful looking hair inspires great confidence. Whether you choose to rinse-out your conditioner today and leave it in tomorrow, the crux of the matter is that you deserve more than just a good hair day, you deserve a great one!

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