Clas­sic con­di­tion­ing

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Mon­day morn­ing dawns, and you re­alise you’ve over­slept! Your hair’s a com­plete wreck, but you have just about 20 min­utes for your usual rou­tine. A quick jump in the shower and you de­cide to skip the con­di­tioner (heck, no time!). But fol­low­ing your sham­poo with a con­di­tioner is rule num­ber one that you shouldn’t break. Savio says, “You should al­ways con­di­tion your hair, no mat­ter how dense or fine it is; and con­di­tion from mid-lengths to the ends.” But that doesn’t mean you use it like a sham­poo — don’t ap­ply and rinse im­me­di­ately. Placid ex­plains, “You’re sim­ply wast­ing your money if you don’t al­low the con­di­tioner to sit on your hair for a few min­utes. The con­di­tioner takes time to work its magic on the hair, and rins­ing it out im­me­di­ately isn’t ac­cept­able.”

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