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The Best Deep Conditioner For Damaged Hair

What We're Sweet On: The Deepest of Deep Conditioners

Sometimes, bad things happen to your hair. Whether it gets burned on a flat iron, fried by a bad perm, or reduced to string by a too-high lift bleach, the (literal) fallout can be extremely depressing and super frizzy to boot. Enter Global Keratin's deep conditioner ($36), which makes even totally destroyed hair look nice and shiny again. It's a long conditioning pack — 20 minutes with a cap on, running a hair dryer over your head to keep it warm — but the results are well worth it. We used it twice over the holidays, and it made our totally destroyed strands look soft and sleek again for about three days. It's not cheap, but a tub of the stuff should last you until your hair's grown out a little, and it's great to have for special occasions when you need to have some semblance of a healthy mane.

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Mary-J-27 Mary-J-27 3 years
Wow this looks promising! This would go great with my argan oil hair mask. I got one online and it's called Pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair mask, it's at a site called Beyas and it's AWESOME. Love it :) I think my hair will thank me forever if I got this keratin conditioner too, thanks for the info!
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 4 years
This product looks great. My budget is usually less than $15 for hair products and I use a Keratin conditioner. One n Only Brazilian Tech Keratin deep conditioner, it's in a white bottle with green letters and it's about $10 at Sally's. One trick I use, I towel dry and put the conditioner in and put a cap on. I usually bobby pins the ends loosely up. Then I wrap it in a hot towel fresh from the dryer and leave it to soak over night, it works great and is still hot in the morning if I don't toss and turn too much and the towel falls off. My hair is super thick and dry so I do that once, also I smooth olive oil into the ends first before the conditioner.
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