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Beauty Product Junkies Picks: Very Deep Conditioners

In addition to my weekly Beauty Mark It challenges — including this week's about SPF lip gloss — the Beauty Product Junkies group on TeamSugar hosts its own weekly Beauty Marking challenges.

Most recently, the Junkies went hunting for something I've been coveting: a good deep conditioners. For the first time since high school, I'm wearing my hair long and slowly remembering all of the special needs that long locks require. Thankfully, the Junkies have found some great options for me. You can see the highlights here, and I've chosen my favorites from the conditioner challenge below.

Beauty Mark #1: Frederic Fekkai Overnight Hair Repair ($195), found by Audreystar.

Beauty Mark #2: Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask ($6.99), found by Jennifer76, Ms Gemini, and TNGirl.

Two more, so

Beauty Mark #3: Colavita Extra Virgin Olive Oil, found by Baltimoregal.

Beauty Mark #4: Pantene Pro-V Restoratives Time Renewal Replenishing Mask ($6.29), found by SFKitkat.

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first_lady first_lady 8 years
i use loreal nutri gloss too, its very great!! my hair gets very shiny and soft each time i use it. and the smell's so good as well :)
Christie-Love Christie-Love 8 years
Plain old drugstore castor oil used as a pre-treatment before washing your hair is a great conditioner for curly girls.
raygun raygun 8 years
my FAVE is loreal professional KIWI DEEPTREAT MASQUE. it is incredible on my self-colored, very curly hair! its truly like nothing i've ever tried before and i have tried them all!!! my second choice is MATRIX SLEEK DEEP TREATMENT in the orange upside down tube. this is SUPER at detangling.
Greentea1203 Greentea1203 8 years
I started using L'Oreal's Nutri-Gloss conditioning treatment as well, and I absolutely love it. I have super light, almost platinum blonde hair that needs a lot of conditioning, and this makes my hair super super shiny, soft and silky. I've bought the shampoo as well, and it's just as great.
sportsaholic21 sportsaholic21 8 years
I use Kiehls Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak once a week and it is great. It leaves my hair soft and shiny and it smells fresh as well. I also am a big fan of the Kiehls creme with silk groom!
Seraphim Seraphim 8 years
i just got this a couple of weeks ago and LOVE it! :)
BethS BethS 8 years
I have dry/coarse hair that i used to bleach, now that I've grown it back to my natural color, the texture has changed, but I still use a hair dryer and straightener, so it's damaged. I've been using this conditioner I get in bulk at Wild Oats (I'm really trying this "Go Green" thing out hardcore), which is a natural food store out here in Colorado. I started using it so I could reuse all of my old plastic bottles, just refill them at the store, but I've found it to be terrific for my dry, thick hair! It's Henna Highlighting conditioner (no, it doesn't turn your hair red, it's a neutral henna). I can't remember the brand. I also use Kiehl's silk groom hair styling creme, which works really well!
Bambie Bambie 8 years
Oh I love Frederic products!!!
controlledspin controlledspin 8 years
I have very long hair, and I am always on the lookout for the best conditioners that will help my hair not frizz and stay shiny. I love the Neutrogena Triple Moisture, and I actually found it for the first time at a Surplus store for $.99!! I love the smell. I just used a Pantene deep-conditioner this morning. It makes me hair very soft. I think it's recommended for "normal" hair, but it still worked well. I was shocked a few weeks ago when my step-daughter told me that she had been using Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioner, and her long hair looked great. It's the one in the blue bottle that smells a bit like suntan lotion - called Hello Hydration, I think. (I usually wash my hair first in the shower, then leave the conditioner in the whole time I shave my legs and shower, then rinse right before I get out, and that way it kind of turns every conditioner into a deep conditioner.)
controlledspin controlledspin 8 years
I have very long hair, and I am always on the lookout for the best conditioners that will help my hair not frizz and stay shiny. I love the Neutrogena Triple Moisture, and I actually found it for the first time at a Surplus store for $.99!! I love the smell.I just used a Pantene deep-conditioner this morning. It makes me hair very soft. I think it's recommended for "normal" hair, but it still worked well.I was shocked a few weeks ago when my step-daughter told me that she had been using Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioner, and her long hair looked great. It's the one in the blue bottle that smells a bit like suntan lotion - called Hello Hydration, I think. (I usually wash my hair first in the shower, then leave the conditioner in the whole time I shave my legs and shower, then rinse right before I get out, and that way it kind of turns every conditioner into a deep conditioner.)
fashionstar fashionstar 8 years
I've tried the Neutrogena Hair Mask on my relaxed hair a few years ago when it was really damaged and it wasn't necessarily a bad conditioner, it just didn't deliver the intense moisture I needed it made my hair slicker but just gave a superficial kind of moisture, my hair's in much better shape now, and I'd probably use it as just a regular conditioner. I've also tried olive oil too and it just made my hair too greasy, and my hair's too dry to use clarifying shampoos over and over so I just left it alone.
fashionstar fashionstar 8 years
I've tried the Neutrogena Hair Mask on my relaxed hair a few years ago when it was really damaged and it wasn't necessarily a bad conditioner, it just didn't deliver the intense moisture I needed it made my hair slicker but just gave a superficial kind of moisture, my hair's in much better shape now, and I'd probably use it as just a regular conditioner. I've also tried olive oil too and it just made my hair too greasy, and my hair's too dry to use clarifying shampoos over and over so I just left it alone.
CestLaVie CestLaVie 8 years
I just discovered (via high ratings on makeupalley.com) L'Oreal Pro Vive "Nutri Gloss" I have yet to try the shampoo and conditioner but I bought a tube $4.00 of the Conditioning 2X/week treatment and it made my hair amazingly soft and de-frizzed after the first use- can't wait to use it again tomorrow! HIGHLY recommended.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
I only need to use this once or twice a week, but some of these are great ideas and very affordable! Right now, I use Freeman's Papaya & Mango Massive Moisture 3-MINUTE CONDITIONER, which smells delicious and really softens my hair.
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