The Big Difference Between Protein Deep Conditioners & Moisturizing Deep Conditioners



One thing I've learned from years of experimenting with my hair is that your deep conditioner should always remain in your regimen. I am big on deep conditioning and I feel that it is definitely essential in any season. Let’s take a look at the two types of deep conditioners, protein deep conditioners and moisturizing deep conditioners and which one may be right for you.

Why do you need to deep condition?
Several naturals have told me that they don’t deep condition often and I give them a blank stare. Girl you need to be deep conditioning your hair on a regular basis! Deep conditioning is a very important step in your natural hair regimen and should not be overlooked or rushed through. Deep conditioning helps to moisturize and strengthen your hair, protecting it from breakage and everyday styling. If you are a natural who has color-treated hair or any type of damage, then you definitely want to learn about deep conditioning your hair on a regular basis.

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Benefits Of A Rose, Argan, And Coconut Oil Leave In Conditioner

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by Mary Wolff

When it comes to giving your curls some extra TLC, there are lots of homemade concoctions you can try. While you could opt to apply various ingredients throughout the week, why not combine some of the best ingredients nature has to offer into a daily leave in conditioner? There are several benefits for your hair health when using the ingredients of rose, argan, and coconut oils. Used on their own, each one offers unique benefits, but when combined, they become a powerhouse solution to cover a wide scope of hair woes. Here are a few benefits of a rose, Argan, and coconut oil leave in conditioner.

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Protein Conditioner Versus Moisturizing Conditioner

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by Mary Wolff

Your hair needs a lot of things to look and feel its best. From the right hair care products to the right diet, finding your best curls is a process and a journey as opposed to an end destination. When it comes to knowing what hair needs and when it needs it, it can be hard to tell in certain areas. For example, if you are choosing between a protein conditioner versus moisturizing conditioner, how do you know which one to choose? First, let’s look at the basics of both.

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Should Conditioner Be Used On Roots?


by Mary Wolff

In the world of hair care, there seem to be contradicting statements regarding just about every aspect of your strands. One of the more debated elements of hair care is the matter of should conditioner be used on roots or avoided at all costs. Some say using conditioner on roots will lead to weighed down, flat hair that is extra oily. Others say not using conditioner on your roots will leave your strands dry, brittle, and thirsty for moisture. So, which one is right?

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Try These DIY Conditioners For Curls


by Mary Wolff

When it comes to caring for your curls, you may feel more comfortable creating your own products. Maybe you just don’t have the time to run to the store to pick up another bottle. Whatever the case, there are a ton of easy-to-make ideas for a DIY conditioner for curls. They use natural ingredients you probably already have on hand in your kitchen! Here are a few of my favorite recipes for a nourishing DIY conditioner for curls.

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Top 5 Essential Conditioners

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by Mary Wolff

Your curls need moisture to stay healthy. As curly girls, we are bombarded with new products almost every day it seems. How do you find the ones you might want to try? Listen to your fellow curlies, of course! I know everyone has their own hair care preferences because no two heads of curls are the same. Here are my top 5 essential conditioners that provide the most moisture for my curls.

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