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Best Leave in conditioner.

(14 Posts)
cherryberrymum Mon 24-Apr-17 16:49:56

I had highlights put in my hair a couple times at the local salon. It's ruined my hair. Can u spam me with your recommendations for leave in conditioner please. For dry hair!!!

TomaytoTomahto Mon 24-Apr-17 18:31:29

I personally am a fan of this

Gillybobs Mon 24-Apr-17 19:26:01

Liz earle hair oil. Magic stuff

LadyPenelopeCantDance Mon 24-Apr-17 19:28:04

Not leave in but Aussie 3 Minute Miracle is a godsend for dry hair!

ChardonnayKnickertonSmythe Mon 24-Apr-17 19:29:31

Klorane Mango butter one.

Bejazzled Mon 24-Apr-17 19:30:00

I've got Aussie leave in, it's quite good. Philip Kingsley Elasticisor (sp) for pay day as it's the dogs bollocks

slightlyglitterbrained Mon 24-Apr-17 19:35:15

Aussie Take The Heat leave in cream.

cardoon Mon 24-Apr-17 19:36:22

Vitapointe, cheap and very effective

bingohandjob Mon 24-Apr-17 19:37:17

This is lovely - makes my hair bouncy and shiny

Laska5772 Mon 24-Apr-17 20:27:19

Aveda Damage Remedy daily hair repair

Its really the business , I started using it when i once over - bleached my hair and left it in far too long,, now I use it every day and my hairdresser always comment how soft my (still bleached ) hair is .. Its eexopensive but lasts ages - You only need a finger tip blob ( for my short hair) A little goes a long way ..

Look Fantastic consistently has the best price I have found (and is great for other stuff also!)

ChishandFips33 Mon 24-Apr-17 23:06:33

Aussie 3 minute here too and Vitapoint - my mum swore by it

SealSong Mon 24-Apr-17 23:10:52

Not a fan of Vitapointe, tried it and there is too fine a line between it doing nothing and too much making my hair greasy.
Currently using an Aussie spray in one which is pretty good, but I'd like to find something a bit more nourishing.

CoolCarrie Mon 24-Apr-17 23:12:00

Only use a 20p size or so of Vitapoint if your hair is fine, and try it over night at first to see how it goes, I put too much on the first time tried it not good.

ShovingLeopard Tue 25-Apr-17 00:31:54

I'd second the recommendation for the Aveda Damage Remedy. Best thing ever for hair!

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