Natural Hair Products · small budget

Curly Hair Conditioner Tip

Today’s post is short and sweet. I’m sharing a little tip with you all about how you can get more out of your bottle of conditioner, at least if you have curly hair.

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I picked up this bottle of Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle, which does not contain silicones and could be a good option if you have wavy/curly hair

I have naturally wavy/curly hair, and I generally don’t use shampoo, but I use a lot of conditioner! Thankfully, I don’t have to wash my hair every day, so that helps me not go through it so quickly, but there is a way to get a lot of use out of my conditioner after it gets down to the bottom of the bottle. If you’re the type of person who takes the top off of your bottle and tries to shake out the last little bit to wash your hair, then keep reading!

Once you get down to the bottom of the bottle, stop trying to get the last of it out! Instead, add some water, shake it up, and use it as a second or third day-after-washing hair application. What I usually do is put a little of the conditioner/water mixture in my hand and then apply it to my dry hair, finishing it off with a mousse.

And there you have it! How to get a little more out of your conditioner, plus my curly hair tip! Hope you’ll have an awesome rest of your day!

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