well from my point of view,i'd say for like 10 to 15 mins well from my point of view,i'd say for like 10 to 15 mins
no you deep condition then cut
Yes because it is more healthier
Hair is a porous substance, so it will absorb whatever you put on it and leave what it can't hold. If your deep conditioner has protein in it, then overuse can cause the hair to become weaker and brittle due to the imbalance of moisture to protein.
it depends on the color you did , if you bleached it you're hair will get dried out, just deep condition it and it should be fine :)
Well, it depends on how dry your hair is. Try to do it at least once a month & no more than once a week.
A deep conditioner atcs as a conditioner but it penetrates the cuticle inside the hair shaft. It should be used anywhere from once a week for people w/ dry hair (like me) or people with "regualr" hair about twice a month. It really improves the condition of your hair .
If it is an ordinary conditioner then you only need to leave it in for 2 minutes but if you are using a treatment or leave in conditioner you should have it in for 10-15 minutes. Don't put conditioner on the roots as this is new hair. Put it on the middle length and ends of your hair.
Yes, you can, but you will probably need 40 Volume Bleach. It is very strong and will probably leave the extensions fried afterwards. Remember to deep condition them if they are real human hair.
no it doesnt make a differnce.. best is to deep condition always after every head bath..!
To get rid of split ends, the only way is too trim them off. But to hide them, deep condition your hair every time you wash your hair & leave conditioner on for about 10 minutes (depending on how bad your hair is) and this will make hair soft & healthier.
It all depends on the condition of your hair. If it's really dry and brittle with split ends, you should use a deep conditioner before you re-dye it, but if your hair is in pretty good condition, i'd just wait a couple of weeks.
garnierfructise leave in condition and johnson jonson and dove are great for hair
It really depends on the condition of your hair. If your hair is in bad condition then you should use it at least every 10 days. If your hair is a little dry and conditioner is not improving it then you should use it once a month. If your hair is in good condition use it very seldom because it will make no difference to the condition of your hair except to make it look greasy.
Thoroughly rinse the oil from the hair. Shampoo and condition the hair 24 hours later.
it will make your hair feel dry to fix this leave condition on for a few mintutes every time you wash your hair
There are several ways to make hair light and soft. A person could apply deep conditioner to the hair and let it sit for 20 minutes. Or, a person could deep condition and thin out the hair for lightness and softness.
If you get nail polish in your hair you could leave it for a day or so; it should brush out. Just wash and condition your hair normally, in the meantime. If you urgently need to get it out right away you'll need to use acetone (nail polish remover). This is a bit harsh on hair, so wash and condition your hair right away.
Leave in conditioners do work but are best for on-the-go uses or when your hair is extremely dry. Leave in conditioners tend to over condition your hair.
Sorry to say...no there isn't and I know this from experience. You must let it grow out and ALWAYS condition during this process. I use a good leave in conditioner. If your hair is damaged and/or weak, braiding is NOT a good idea because of the stress it puts on the hair. Wash the hair regularly, air dry, and deep condition during this process. Patience is the key....
apply it after washing your hair, then leave it on for 5 minutes or more. Its not a heavy product so it wont make your hair oily or greasy if you choose to leave it on for longer.
Yes, you should put your hair in good condition before you perm it.
Yea you can , you just have to deep condition it before getting a sew in
A leave in conditioner is an essential for every woman's hair, whether your hair is long, short, wavy, straight, curly or somewhere in-between. A good leave in conditioner will help to protect your hair from heat damage, wind and split ends, and it will give your hair a silky shine. When searching for the right type of leave in conditioner, remember that not everyone should use the same type of leave in conditioner. Instead, you should look for a leave in conditioner that is designed for your hair type. Many of these conditioners tell you on the bottle what type of hair they are designed for.
If your hair is dry it's best to use a leave-in conditioner or deep condition your hair every so often. As to getting "rid" of curly hair, you could use a flat iron to straighten it or go to the hair salon and have it chemically straightened (much like a perm). Be warned, though, that if your hair is dry already having it chemically straightened is not the best choice.