It could be because your conditioner has a lot of silicone in it - have a look at the ingredients and anything that ends in 'cone' is a silicone.
This is true. Almost all build-up is caused by silicones. But actually, one of the toughest silicones to cleanse--cyclopentasiloxane--doesn't end in 'cone'. Another one to avoid is dimethicone. Some shampoos actually have silicones in them too (like Redken,) which is kind of crazy.
Unfortunately I lost my list of silicones and their solubility. That was very helpful... I like to use Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm, which has no silicones. But that's just me.
Nah... I do have to use conditioner each time I wash my hair otheriwse it doesnt looks as smooth. And 2in 1 dont do the trick for me so I usually use a shampoo and then either a conditioner or a hair mask.
most shampoos actually strip the hair (unless you use a natural/organic product like alba, jason, burts bees, etc), and conditioners protect the cuticle and nourish the hair, so that's odd that you'd find the opposite true. i have curly hair, and if I didn't condition...eek
guess you have naturally very very healthy hair then!
My hair is prone to greasiness, something conditioner only worsens, so I've gone years without using any at all. These days I do use a small amount occasionally, but even then it's twice a week at most and only on my ends. To me, there isn't a significant difference when I use conditioner compared to when I don't: My hair is a mess of tangles either way!
i think it depends... its like if you dye your hair or not... some extra repair things are cool... for example im so fascinated by liquid keratine lately... its also the kind of style you wanted to get... i guess its better use certain products now and then... and not always...
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