WHen you shampoo do you always use a conditioner?

Philippines
July 30, 2007 5:00pm CST
some say it really makes a big difference whenever you condition your hair everytime you shampoo
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• United States
30 Jul 07
I always use some sort of conditioning treatment on my hair when I wash it. Whether it be letting olive oil set on it before I shower or conditioner/mask in my hair after I wash my hair there is something. I love how silky my hair is when I condition it enough, sometimes I don't even need to brush it because I have straight hair and when it dries it dries perfectly. I like it this way and since I do not need to use a brush as much - I get less breakage :)
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
yes and if do you also blow dry and iron your hair?! i was told that if you blow dry your hair a bit it would look nice after you condition it . .
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• United States
30 Jul 07
No, I don't iron or blowdry my hair at all if I can help it. I do as little as possible honestly to keep it healthy. I pat it dry with a towel and let it air dry after using a conditioning treatment of some sort. I only brush my hair with a boar bristle brush if it needs it and use as little heat as possible on it. If my hair is having one of its few "bad days" then I will use a product that is light and conditioning as well to get it more under control :)
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
me to i also use bore brush it kind of patts my hair nice that i feel comfortable thet its going to look nice :)
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• United States
30 Jul 07
I always use a conditioner when I shampoo because otherwise my hair feels really dry and ratty and doesn't want to do anything at all. At least I stand a chance when I also use conditioner lol
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
hahaha . . youre hair looks nice what do you mean by ratty?! hehe you have curly hair right!? ?
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• United States
31 Jul 07
Yes I have VERY VERY naturally curly hair that I straighten straight each day. It sometimes work (well most of the time) and then in the heat that we have been getting it does squat
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@drannhh (15235)
• United States
30 Jul 07
Not always, but it does make a big difference. My favorite is Avalon's English Lavender conditioner because of the lovely scent, but Fructis Sleek & Shine is really nice, too, and a lot cheaper.
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
lavender is nice i love the scent it gives off a strong yet sweet scent much like strawberries
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@d_hapke (165)
• United States
30 Jul 07
Same here. I have to condition. otherwise forget about even brushing it. I have heard though that if you have a water softner installed you'll need less shampoo and conditioner. I love washing my hair at relatives houses because my hair always comes out so nice from the change in water.
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
all of us conditio :) its a necessary thing if you have long hair so that it wont tangle as always
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• United States
30 Jul 07
Always. I find that if i dont use conditioner my hair is nasty, corse and dryed out. Using conditioner keeps it soft and manageable. Im not even able to brush it if its not conditioned for several minutes every time it gets wet.
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• Philippines
30 Jul 07
:) it quite gets tangled if its not conditioned
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• Switzerland
31 Jul 07
As much as possible, I do. Makes my hair softer and more manageable.
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@Madona1 (2098)
• Gibraltar
30 Jul 07
For me, I prefer 2 in 1 shampoo to speed up the washing time. But if the shampoo doesn’t contain conditioner, I will use the conditioner separately. Otherwise, my tangled hairs takes longer time to comb and will look parch as well. LOL
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@whywiki (6070)
• Canada
30 Jul 07
I always condition my hair after shampooing, I have wild untameable hair. I can't get a brush or comb through my hair without conditioner in it. Sometimes life just sucks.
• Philippines
30 Jul 07
hhehehe when youre hair sucks so does your life hehe
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• Philippines
31 Jul 07
not always. actually, i only use conditioner when hubby is around, to keep my hair smelling good. i am not so much into conditioner, but i apply a bit of oil before i take a bath, it keeps my hair shiny
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@bluishrose (2291)
• Philippines
31 Jul 07
I only condition every other day or when i feel like my hair is all dried up from shampoo or from the sun. It really makes a big difference when you condition but sometimes i don't like my hair too soft, its hard to manage lolz!
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@wiccania (3360)
• United States
31 Jul 07
Yes. Unless I'm dying my hair later that day. I have to or I can't brush or comb it until it's completely dry.
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@carryli (876)
• China
31 Jul 07
No,i don't have such habit,but my friends will do it,she said that it can let our hair smooth.i feel it is a littke trouble,so i don't condition my hair,and i don't consider it is really useful for my hair.:)
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@tantal25 (839)
• United States
31 Jul 07
i use tresseme conditioner everyday because my hair needed it...
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@diillu (5128)
31 Jul 07
I don't condition my hair everytime I shampoo my hair. I really can observe the big difference while conditioning and not conditioning my hair. It makes alot difference. But I think too much of conditioning is also not good of hair health so that I do it 2 times in a week.
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@lifeluver (743)
• Canada
30 Jul 07
It's very rare that I use conditioner. I have a LOT of hair so I suppose conditioner might make managing it easier. However, I find most conditioners leave my hair feeling oily no matter how much I rinse and so, as a result, I hardly ever use it. I will only use it on special occasions when I just KNOW that someone super special is going to be touching my hair and, therefore, I want to make their experience as good as posible.
• Philippines
30 Jul 07
the oily feeling is the moisture that seeks in your hair . . at first yeah i didn;t liked the oily feeling but it does work on helping me manage my hair as always . .
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@marinarovi (1318)
• Argentina
1 Aug 07
Yes, of course I do! I couldn't get it untangled if I didn't, and it would probably look like a broom without the broomstick! Lucky you that you can avoid that step!