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Conditioning is a crucial step for any hair care routine as it has two important purposes which ensure healthy and hydrated locks. The first step is to protect the hair. When conditioner is applied, it coats the cuticle in a protective seal which helps to prevent damage from external elements such as pollution, sun, and heat damage. The second step is to condition the hair. Whilst the product is protecting the cuticle, it also penetrates through to nourish the hair strands from within, leaving it moisturised and strengthened. Conditioner will also impart a gorgeous and glossy finish and who doesn’t want that?

 

Conditioning your hair is important, no matter your hair type. But it’s equally important that you keep your hair type in mind when selecting your conditioner. For damaged and colour-treated hair, an intensely nourishing and deep treatment will be more beneficial than using double the amount of a lighter formulation. Whereas, for fine and thin hair, we recommend a lightweight and volumising conditioner which will nourish hair without weighing it down.

 

The hair care experts Kevin.Murphy have developed a range of conditioners which are favourites amongst Adore Beauty Customers. The Plumping.Rinse is perfect for fine and thin hair as it uses densifying plant extracts, tripeptides, and oleanolic acid to extend the growing phase of hair and strengthen the individual hair cuticles for thicker and fuller hair. The Hydrate-Me.Rinse is more suitable for thicker, dryer, and coarser hair as it’s packed with deeply moisturising oils and vitamins to improve hair health and boost hydration.

 

We offer a large variety of hair conditioners, suitable for all hair types and hair care concerns. We also have leave-in conditioners and deep conditioning masks available for intense protection and hydration.

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Redken Extreme – Hair Strengthening Conditioner
$31.00

Good repairing conditioner

I don’t think this leaves my hair as soft as some other conditioners I’ve tried but I’ve noticed an overall improvement in the health of my hair. I think this is a really solid conditioner for the price point.
Aveda Invati Advanced Kit with Full-Size Shampoo and ConditionerAveda Invati Advanced Kit with Full-Size Shampoo and Conditioner
Aveda
Aveda Invati Advanced Kit with Full-Size Shampoo and Conditioner
$99.90

Would recommend

The shampoo needs a little extra work, but it's worth it to have the natural ingredients. This is the best range I've tried for getting body and thickness into my hair, whilst keeping it hydrated.
evo mane tamer smoothing conditioner 300mlevo mane tamer smoothing conditioner 300ml
evo
evo mane tamer smoothing conditioner 300ml
$40.00

Smells delicious and super lush

I started using this as my roomie left it in the shower and I thought ‘well she uses all my face products so..’ it smells delicious, makes me hair super dooper soft and shine. A little goes a long way. Works better on my straight slippery hair than her curls so if you have drier curly hair it might not be the one.

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