The Why and How of Using a Conditioner

Because your hair goes through a lot of action every day, it's important to choose the right hair care products so that your locks are always on fleek. Using the right shampoo is not enough TBH, especially when you love playing with your looks. You need a conditioner that will nourish your hair and repair damage from too much styling as well.

Her hair looks messy with shampoo alone versus Her hair looks great with 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner



Step 1

Use shampoo to cleanse your hair

Start by applying shampoo evenly onto wet hair. Massage gently. Let it soak, and rinse thoroughly.


Step 2

So what's a conditioner? Well, it's just your shampoo's OTP, that's what! Put simply, it's a moisturizing agent made from oils and emollients that replenishes your hairs moisture and strengthens your hair cuticle with a protective coating. It not only makes hair easier to comb through, it also reduces frizz and increases shine. Just so you know, there are different types of conditioners, from the cleansing conditioner, which cleanses as it conditions, to the deep conditioner which penetrates strands more deeply.

Here's how to to use conditioner:

Step 1: Pick up a bottle of shampoo. One choice that's absolutely lit is Pantene Pro-V 3 Minute Miracle Silky Smooth Care Shampoo. It enriches hair in its creamy, nourishing Pro-V Nutrient Blends, balancing your hairs moisture and making it smooth like silk. Now, get your hair wet. Apply shampoo and give your hair a gentle massage while you're at it. Let it soak, then rinse thoroughly.

Step 2: Next stop, grab your conditioner. Your best bet is Pantene Pro-V 3 Minute Miracle Silky Smooth Care Conditioner. It offers a triple threat of benefits: it smooths out three months of damage in three minutes, locks in essential moisture, and protects hair from excess humidity. Put some from the mid-length and work your way to the tips. Don't lather your scalp though! You can clog your follicles and cause buildup that way. You'll get the best results if you leave your conditioner on while you take a bath.

If your hair is tangled, run a wide-toothed comb or your fingers through your hair, releasing those knots gently.

Rinse off.

Since conditioner is shampoo's OTP, use it after every shampoo. By doing so, you not only reduce hair breakage and split ends, you also smooth out your hair. #hairgoals

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