Is Conditioner Making Your Hair Oily??? by Natasha Riley - Musely
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Is Conditioner Making Your Hair Oily???

posted in Beauty > Hair
08/21/2013
  • Instead of applying conditioner from roots to ends, do it the other way round! Start from your ends and work your way up!
    Instead of applying conditioner from roots to ends, do it the other way round! Start from your ends and work your way up!
  • Saturate you ends with the conditioner first, then work it up to the mid length. By this time you will barely have any conditioner left in you hands, then just lightly go over your hair on the top.( not going all the way in to your roots)

  • I prefer to do it this way, coz if you start from the top, you run out of the conditioner by the time you reach your ends. Thus, your roots get oily & the ends don't get enough conditioning, where its needed the most!

  • Please gimme thumbs up if you find this tip useful!

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