Saturday, October 16, 2010

Tip on How You Can Give Your Conditioner a Wonderful and Natural Boost to Enhance Your Hair!

Hi Everybody, looking to give your hair a special little conditioning boost? I have a great tip for you. Next time you shampoo your hair try this tip when you apply your conditioner.

1) Squeeze out all water in your hair after you have rinsed out the shampoo.

2) Next, apply your conditioner of choice. Please remember to place conditioner on your hair from the base of the back of your head down; not your scalp hair.

3) Next, pour a small nickle size amount of olive oil into your wet hands and rub them together to distribute the oil in your hands.

4) Gently smooth the olive oil onto your long hair (remember you are placing the olive oil over your conditioner that's already on your hair).

5) Wait about 2 minutes and rinse with warm water as you usually do. Just before you turn off the water, rinse your hair with cold water to close the cuticle and give your hair great shine.

6) Comb and style as usual.

You will love the amazing results. Your hair will be soft and shiny and retain a lot of moisture. This is great for those of you with dry, damaged, or color-treated hair, or anyone who what's soft shiny conditioned hair.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    I have been watching your videos for the past month and i found 'em very useful, thanks a lot for sharing such useful tips. Can i try the above tip every time i shampoo/condition my hair coz mine is very very dry/damaged and frizzy hair. Please suggest. I also would like to know about rotating shampoos/conditioners. How often should i rotate the shampoos/conditioners? I shampoo my hair twice a week. And i use Garnier Fructis Sleek&Shine Shampoo, Nutrogena Triple Moisture conditioner and Dove Shampoo/Conditioner for Dry/Damaged hair. So if i use Dove this week once, should i use different shampoo/Conditioner, the next time when i wash my hair, or i should i stick with Dove for 2-3 times and then go to another Shampoo/Conditioner. Please Suggest. Then how should i maintain my hair when i don't shampoo, i mean the day when i shampoo/condition my hair it becomes soft, but the next day it starts becoming dry again, what should i do for that, i don't want to apply oil as it gives me a dull look and makes my hair look very thin. Should i use jus the leave-in conditioner/anti breakage serum and brush my hair?