View Full Version : recommend a good hair conditioner

12-14-2010, 06:28 PM
The recent thread on kirkland shampoo made me wonder if you guys had any suggestions on a good hair condition. I'm not that picky with the shampoo. I find that it's the conditioner that makes a difference in my hair.

i have long medium hair, not fine, and prone to being dry and frizzy. probably because I wash it and blow dry every day.

currently, I'm using aussie's 3minute deeeeeeep (I don't know how many E's are in the actual name, but it's a lot) conditioner once a week, and use Rusk deep keratin conditioner everyday (yes, everyday). heard a lot about it's a 10 leave in conditioner and biolage matrix something or the other but they are $20 a pop!

any suggestions?

12-14-2010, 07:15 PM
i use giovanni organic conditioner, smooth as silk. they sell it at target for about $6 i think. i like it.

forgot to mention: i have thick semi-coarse hair that gets frizzy if i dont use the conditioner. the smooth as silk conditioner is for deep conditioning, but i use it everytime. ah and it smells wonderful. i used to use matrix biolage conditioning balm, but it actually doesnt work as well as the giovanni. i still have a tub of it in my tub, but i still reach for the giovanni.

12-14-2010, 10:20 PM
I have been using this combination for about two months now, and for the first time in a long time, i am happy with my hair! (naturally dry, frizzy, wavy hair).

Shampoo and conditioner:



Note: i was surprised how small the bottles were when i received them, but a little goes a long way.

Treatment: (I use 2 pumps of this after i towel dry my hair. I also use small partial pumps on each section of hair that i flat iron--I divide my hair into 6 sections.)


12-14-2010, 10:49 PM
Kiehl's Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak! Pricey, but worth its weight in gold IMO! I use it every other time I wash my hair ( I alternate with Frederic Fekkai glossing shampoo and conditioner) and over the past year my hair has never looked shinier and healthier. Smells great too!

12-15-2010, 10:42 AM
Redkin has a line called Smooth down (brown bottles) that is AWESOME! It is the only product I've found to help frizziness without weighing down the hair. It even works great on my Mom's hair which is much more dry than mine. You can get the big liter bottles for like $10 or $12 when Ulta has their liter sale (add in a coupon and its really a bargain for a great product).