Post # 1
My hair is thick, slightly wavy and corse. I’d love for it to have that lovely soft feel and shiny look. Can anyone recommend a conditioner that works for them, especially if you have similar hair?
Post # 3
no one knows of a good conditioner?!! I’m desperate! lol
Post # 4
I personally love Biolage. Haven’t used it in a while though because it’s expensive.
I’m thinking of trying the new Pantene for Frizzy hair.
Post # 5
Hey Im a stylist have been for 6 years, I think some of the best things are paul mitchelle hair repair treatment, paul mitchelle super charged moister and the other line i like is called S factor they have a deep conditioner and an everyday one. I dont think you can go wrong with any of these. Plus dont just stop with conditioner use a good leave in like ego trip bed head and even when its dry use a smoothing cream I like after party bed head or something like Bio silk if your hair is coarse and dryer than average.
Post # 6
I have curly, coarse, dry hair.
I’m in love with Kinky Curly’s product line right now. Sulfate free and silicone free, and doesn’t leave my hair a yucky mess. I know you said your hair was wavy, but you might like it.
I’m also really liking this conditioner I picked up on a whim at Sally’s yesterday called Hairtrition. I was in need of a deep conditioner. It’s supposed to be a 3 minute one, but I used it as a deep conditioner, and left it on all day. My hair is super soft today.
Post # 7
I’m a biolage fan, too. I’ve never have a bad hair day after using that stuff!
Pantene is bad news for my hair. I keep trying it because, let’s face it, Stacy London could sell me a head cold and I’d buy it, but it always makes my breakage worse.
Post # 8
I LOVE purology!!! My hair is a lot like your hair sounds – coarse and a lot of natural body to it!
Post # 9
Great, thanks for the tips everyone!!
Post # 10
Redken has great deep conditioners.
Post # 11
I’m a John Frieda girl. I have really thick, frizzy hair, and John Frieda works so well for my hair.
Post # 12
- Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden
I really like Rusk shampoo and conditioner. It’s pretty well priced for high-end stuff, too (like $10-$12 a bottle).
Post # 13
Do you have access to beautypedia?
Post # 14
I use Matrix conditioner in the orange bottle (I forget what forumula it is). It was actually on Allure’s ‘list’ as the consumer choice for best drugstore conditioner a couple years ago, so I tried it and never looked back. It’s awesome, I only need a little so it lasts a really long time.
Post # 15
I LOVE the Neutrogena intense repair triple conditioning treatment. It comes in a plastic jar-type container, not a bottle. It is way too strong for everyday use (I love MOP products for every day), but I deep condition using the Neutrogena every Sunday. It’s amazing – keeps my hair strong, healthy, and shiny.
Post # 16
I don’t like using any nasty chemicals on my hair – take a look at the ingredients list and you’ll find some very unappealing things. I use Giovanni Tea Tree conditioner. It’s pricey, but you can buy it at co-ops in bulk for less. Burts Bees is pretty good too.