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So the buzz is that reversing the routine in the shower helps pull out the residue left behind from using conditioner after shampooing. By shampooing after conditioning you'll receive the full effects of soft bouncy hair without the weigh down. Here's how: 1) Prior to even getting you hair wet it's important to brush it out, this helps in distributing the conditioner evenly. 2) Your hair needs to be thoroughly soaked, like really wet. 3) Disperse conditioner, let it stay on your hair for several minutes. Quickly rinsing it won't help you. 4) While the conditioner is STILL IN YOUR HAIR, apply shampoo. Don't rinse conditioner before the shampoo. 5) Finish washing and rinse as normal. Some tips: -Conditioner is one of those get what you pay for products, ergo cheap conditioner, cheap hair. -Invest a couple dollars in a wet brush, or wide tooth comb for after your shower. These greatly help with breakage. Your hair is most fragile and more prone to breakage while wet. -Towel drying your hair causes frizz. Absorbent cotton is best to wrap your hair with until you're ready to blow dry it. Happy styling:) xoxo
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what I do is focus shampoo on my scalp where the buildup is, when it comes to the ends I don't use much. after I rinse out the shampoo I only use conditioner on my ends and midshaft. since I have ridiculously long hair I leave my conditioner for an hour. the only time I use conditioner on my scalp is if I plan to wash it out after a scalp massage I did this often with my clients. sometimes conditioner tends to leave the scalp feeling oily, plus you get more volume at your scalp
*conditioner tends to weigh your hair down and may cause dandruff
@MaryPanda I use conditioner last and my hair is always fluffy and bouncy
@Rei8160 do you mean in bad way? it's difficult to know whether you mean in a good or bad way :S sorry
it's good @marypanda