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      Conditioners for curly hair

      Curly hair always needs extra attention. Curls are authentic, which requires personal attention. What works for one can be a disaster for another. Fortunately, there are a number of basic principles where every curly hair can make the right and qualitative start. Whether you have frizzy hair, brittle curls, too much volume, huge tangles or curls th Show more

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      66 Products
      -37%
      Curly Twist Conditioner
      In stock
      21,95
      -29%
      Keratin Conditioner
      In stock
      14,95
      -56%
      Two Way Conditioner
      In stock
      10,95
      -24%
      Curl Leave in Moisturizer
      In stock
      19,50
      vegan
      Curl Conditioner
      In stock
      24,-
      vegan
      Hydrate Conditioner
      In stock
      23,50
      banana butter
      In stock
      11,95
      -40%
      Argan Conditioner
      In stock
      8,90
      -31%
      Argan Oil Conditioner
      In stock
      14,95
      -32%
      Frizz Away Conditioner
      In stock
      13,50
      Humecto Conditioner
      In stock
      10,95
      -17%
      Hydre Conditioner
      In stock
      17,95

      Curly hair always needs extra attention. Curls are authentic, which requires personal attention. What works for one can be a disaster for another. Fortunately, there are a number of basic principles where every curly hair can make the right and qualitative start. Whether you have frizzy hair, brittle curls, too much volume, huge tangles or curls that seriously take on a life of their own, there is always something about your curl that you need to take into account, and it's nice if you want your own curl routine to create. A curl conditioner is the second step in the basic routine for defined curls. The first step is completely logical a goodcurl shampooand a third step is acurl cream.

       

      What is the best conditioner right now?

      What is the best curl conditioner is of course different for everyone. What works great for one person is, to put it mildly, worthless for another. It is extremely important for yourself to determine what your curls need, or what you think it needs. Based on these simple characteristics, you can already determine for yourself what you want to see in a curl conditioner. There are of course some super popular curl conditioners, and that's for a reason. They do what they promise. That is why we have listed the most sold curl conditioners for you, to make it easier for you to choose the best curl conditioner for you.

       

      What are the most sold curl conditioners at the moment?

      Below you will find the most sold conditioners specially developed for curls. Each conditioner has a slightly different focus, so you can quickly determine for yourself which curl conditioner is the right step for your beautiful curls!

      1. Goldwell Curly Twist Hydrating Conditioner
      2. Schwarzkopf Mad About Curls Two-Way Conditioner
      3. L'Oreal Curl Long Lasting Leave In Moisturizer
      4. KeraCare Curlessence Moisturizing Co-Wash
      5. KeraCare Natural Textures Leave-In Conditioner
      6. Wella Nutri Curls Cleansing Conditioner for Waves & Curls
      7. Umberto Giannini Curl Jelly Shine Leave In Conditioner
      8. Lee Stafford Curls Conditioner For Curls & Coils
      9. KeraCare Honey Shea Co-Wash
      10. CHI Aloe Vera Leave-In Conditioner

       

      What exactly does a conditioner do for my curls?

      A conditioner is a must-have when using a shampoo. Why? A shampoo cleans your hair by opening your hair scales. This cleans hair well. However, the scales must also go down again. Hair cuticles that are open is asking for trouble. Your hair is fragile, it is more likely to split or break. Then it is also forever, unfortunately. A conditioner ensures that the hair cuticles lie down again, so that you eventually have smooth hair again.

      Do you want to know more about conditioners in themselves, and what their benefits are? Then we recommend that you go to the very extensive article"Everything you need to know about conditioner".

       

      How do I take care of my curls?

      Do you already know the Curly Girl Method? This care method is ideal for curly hair. What is central to this method is that you know what kind of hair curl you have and know which ingredients you should use for your hair type. Read our blog for all the information to take the best care of your defined curls:Curly hair, but how should I care for it?

       

      What is the difference between conditioner and a leave-in conditioner?

      It is clear that a conditioner is needed, but nowadays you also have a 'regular' conditioner and a leave-in conditioner. There is actually a difference between conditioners and leave-in conditioners. You rinse out a conditioner and leave a leave-in in curls. For this reason alone, a regular conditioner is 'heavier' in terms of ingredients than a leave-in. A leave-in stays in your hair, so it is important that a leave-in conditioner is a light formula so that your curls do not weigh down and sag.

      This is actually the main difference between these two. There are also curling products that can be used both normally and leave-in. It is very important to determine what your curls need, and based on that you can look further into whether you want to use only conditioner or also a leave-in. Extremely dry curls benefit greatly from extra hydration, so a leave-in is recommended. Do you have beautiful curls of your own that look good and healthy? Then it is advisable to keep it as simple as possible anduse a shampoo,conditionerand acurling cream . Your curls are in balance, so you shouldn't unbalance them with all kinds of curling products.So just keep it simple!

       

      Where can I ask my question about Conditioner and Leave-In Conditioners for Curls?

      Have you read the above information and are you not quite sure what to do for your curls? Or maybe you have another question related to your curls? You can always take a look at theCurls page , here you will find all the basics about curls. Of course you can also call on our professional team! Send your question to[email protected]or call during office hours.

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