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Top 10 Favorite Low-Cost Conditioners

By January 27th, 202123 Comments

23 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    i love sleek by suave tht stuff is amazing. i dont even use styling products i just leave tht in

  • AlongCameStacey says:

    The new Pantene Curly line should be on there. I don't consider the Organix to be "low-cost" unless you snag the buy one get ones or the rebate offers.

  • Anonymous says:

    Suave Almond and Shea Butter conditioner is my fave for co-washing, works like a charm everytime!

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello Hydration gets my vote. Here in Germany, they have a Hello Hydration Mask for Deep Conditioning. I'm waiting for my TWA to grow out before I try it. HH is NO FAIL for me!

  • JaysMom85 says:

    Love Aussie Moist. It is one of my staples….Also dont know if you have tried Suave Professionals Humectant. That conditioner is so great. LOVE, LOVE LOVE

  • Neems says:

    I wish HEHH worked for me. It leaves my hair brittle and dull looking.It's just not fair,lol.

  • Runnergirl says:

    Trader Joe's nourish spa conditioner

  • Eleven35 Bath & Beauty says:

    Hands down HE HH! I also love ORS Hair Mayonaise for a deep condish it works wonders for my hair.

  • Godiva says:

    Suave Pro conditioners do it for me. Shea Butter & Almond, Sleek & Humectant (in order of preference) provide the best moisture and slip and I can get a HUGE bottle for around $3.

  • Anonymous says:

    I love the Herbal Essence Line of conditioners. Depending on what my hair is doing, I may use Hello Hydration, Totally Twisted or None of Your Frizzness. Right now, my hair is loving None of Your Frizzness.

  • mizzcruz says:

    i dig my Aussie Moist!

  • Anonymous says:

    I thought this was interesting. http://www.tightlycurly.com/technique/curlyprimer/

  • ~Roni says:

    I love the HE products. I started using HH to help with the moisture and I recently purchased Totally Twisted which I liked, but it make my curls tighter. I will probably use TT when I want to change up my curls.

  • Anonymous says:

    i liked suave naturals and v05 in the beginning, but they just dont cut it now as far as moisture and slip is concerned…aussie moist is hands down my fave cheapie, followed by HEHH or HETT…suave almond & shea is nice too…

  • Anonymous says:

    I'm a new transitioner and use Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine deep conditioner and the GF Leave In conditioner as well. They condition well, but I will try some other conditioners when I run out.

  • swt_sunny says:

    I have to second the V05 moisture milks…you really can't beat anything under a dollar! I'm transitioning and usually only cowash once a week anyways, so the bottle lasts quite some time for me. I also really like Palmers Coconut Oil conditioner – it smells good and really seems to melt the tangles.

  • Anonymous says:

    H.E Hello Hydration and Suave Professionals Almond and Shea Butter Conditioners

  • Anonymous says:

    VO5 Moisture Milks Conditioners are the best for co-washes. It hydrates my hair very well and leaves the curls pretty defined. Best of all is the price. You can't beat .99 cents and sometimes you can find VO5 Moisture Milks on sale for as low as .69!!!

    TEAM VO5!!!

  • iloveavianna says:

    I stopped using shampoo on my girl's hair,all I use is Suave almond and shea butter conditioner, and I love it!Who'd thought,cheap Suave!lol

  • StilettoJunky says:

    I looove Hello Hydration. Aside from the fact that the scent is intoxicating, it's a great way to do a quickie hairstyle. It moisturizes and aids in the war against frizz. Suprisingly, it also defines my curls (most of them at least). They get a thumbs up from this gyal.

  • Anonymous says:

    one that works well for me and gives me pretty good slip on my natural hair is "Breaks Over" from the HE line.

  • honeybrown1976 says:

    Suave's Humectant and Almond and Shea Butter should be on that list! I love them.

  • ban2j says:

    I've tried suave naturals coconut conditioner and herbal essence hello hydration. I think both get the job done, but I prefer suave's scent better. But Suave isn't a really good deep conditioner, and I still have to use alot of both to get good slip.
    One surprisingly good conditioner is Aussie's Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner. I mix it with olive oil and glycerin and spray it on sections while I braid, twist, or bantu. It has a great smell that covers up the olive oil scent, and my hair comes out really soft and shiny.

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