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ChewChewIsMySpiritAnimal Tue 30-Jun-20 07:11:59

Please could someone recommend me a good deep conditioner for my very fine hair? I'm trying to get my hair in better condition, but i don't have a lot of money to spend so something under £10 would be great thank you smile

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LisaxMarie Tue 30-Jun-20 11:02:05

Garner Hair Food is amazing. It's. 3 in 1 so can be used as a conditioner, leave in conditioner and a hair mask. Made a huge difference to my overly bleached and damaged hair. Usually find it in tesco for around 6 pounds and sometimes on bogof 🙂 the banana one is my fave

Greenvalleysightseeker Tue 30-Jun-20 13:23:56

I second Garnier Hair Food, I've tried the banana one and the coconut one and both great! No silicone/ sulfates/ parabens either, great stuff.

LockdownLyra Tue 30-Jun-20 13:35:19

Pure coconut oil is amazing, just rub it into dry hair and scalp, leave for 30mins and then shampoo out, my hair is so soft and healthy for ages after

BinkyBoinky Tue 30-Jun-20 15:39:36

I third Garnier Hair Food! I use it mostly as a leave in though. I also love Maui Vanilla Bean hair mask, I have fine dry hair and it makes it feel heavenly when I use it after shampoo.

schmalex Tue 30-Jun-20 15:48:59

Another vote for banana Garnier Hair Food! It smells delicious too.

RaininSummer Tue 30-Jun-20 15:55:22

Garnier hair food strips my colour so beware. Agree it smells lovely but had to stop using it.

Fluffycloudland77 Tue 30-Jun-20 16:04:20

I’ve just ordered lee staffords hair apology and scalp serum. I’m a hcp washing hair every day and my hair is ruined.

It doesn’t need an apology as much as a trial separation in Hawaii.

bumpsadaisy11 Tue 30-Jun-20 16:13:29

Which of the Garnier Hair Food flavours is best? It comes in Banana, Papaya, Coconut Oil & Aloe Vera.
Really need to give this a try.

Bella444 Tue 30-Jun-20 16:16:34

I use Aussie 3 minute miracle. It's absolutely changed my fine hair. I never used to use conditioner before as thought it weighed my hair done but this one is fab!

Bella444 Tue 30-Jun-20 16:17:32

Also I've upped my b vitamins which seems to have helped smile

LisaxMarie Tue 30-Jun-20 17:17:21

I find the banana one is best ☺️

Destinysdaughter Tue 30-Jun-20 17:19:31

Coconut oil, olive oil, or almond oil, put onto dry hair and leave overnight then thoroughly wash out, it will leave your hair lovely and shiny!

bumpsadaisy11 Tue 30-Jun-20 17:26:08

Thanks @LisaxMarie smile

EveleftEden Tue 30-Jun-20 17:28:39

I read that of your hair is dry and a bit battered that oil based hair packs are no good as you need to give the hair a good drink. I bought Kallos Keratin of Amazon and it’s really good. I could see the difference straight away. Comes in a big tub and it’s £9.99. Smells lovely too.

1moreRep Tue 30-Jun-20 17:35:37

the aldi version of aussie hair care is amazing and has fixed my hair

ginandtonicsonic Tue 30-Jun-20 17:39:34

I use Garnier Hair Food for the price you cant beat it

healththrowawayx Tue 30-Jun-20 17:44:01

I just bought Garnier hair food thanks to this thread 😂

Didn’t realise they had 5 versions though, I went for the papaya/damaged mask. Hope I didn’t get the wrong one!!

PeartreeProductions Tue 30-Jun-20 18:01:55

Gonna go with 3 minute Aussie too, better than some expensive hairdressers shampoo and conditioners l've tried

ChewChewIsMySpiritAnimal Tue 30-Jun-20 22:48:10

Wow thanks for all the responses! Ill have a look through the ones that have been recommended.

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KurtansCurtains Tue 30-Jun-20 22:53:17

It's a bit more expensive at £13 but I've recently discovered Joico. I used the Restoring mask and it made my hair look the shiniest and healthiest it's ever been. It's recently been bleached too. Absolutely amazing stuff.

ChewChewIsMySpiritAnimal Tue 30-Jun-20 22:59:43


Bloody love your username!

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sunsshineshowerss Tue 30-Jun-20 23:01:26

Garnier hair food £3.99 at home bargains at the mo!!

KurtansCurtains Tue 30-Jun-20 23:09:47

@ChewChewIsMySpiritAnimal haha, thank you! grin

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