Healthy-looking, vibrant locks rely on a vital balance of moisture. So to ensure you're making the most of your conditioning routine, I've gathered the following tips and tricks from Hollywood's hottest hairstylists:
Cool Your Conditioner
"Leave conditioner in the fridge to keep it cool. This way, it will instantly seal the cuticle because it's already at a low temperature."
Butter Up Brittle Strands
"To moisturize dry hair, apply organic almond butter to the parched areas. Let the butter soak in for 30 minutes, then shampoo and rinse well."
For those who prefer to use a conventional product, try Phyto Phytonectar Oil. "I love it! You put it on dry hair and leave it for 30 minutes, or even overnight."
Condition With Care
"The scalp's natural oils condition, so keep conditioner away from your roots when washing to avoid weighing down your locks. To be safe, start applying it at least three or four inches away from your scalp."
Let It Soak
If your hair is in desperate need of TLC, skip your next blow-out and simply "apply a leave-in conditioner all over damp hair and pull it into a loose bun while it dries." Do this before bed and you'll wake up a smooth, frizz-free style that looks as good as it feels.
When traveling, "make sure to pack a good [shampoo and] conditioner and avoid the complimentary ones found in hotels, they're usually way too harsh."
Have any favorite tips or products of your own? Do share!