Top Ten leave-in hair conditioners for curly hair
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Why do we need a curly hair leave in conditioner?
conditionerEveryone knows that curly hair needs hydration because it is prone to breakage and frizz is one of the daily challenges for girls with curly or wavy hair.
So using a leave-in conditioner for curly hair helps you untangle your hair, leaves your hair hydrated, curls become defined and frizz is no longer a problem.
Surely you are wondering then why it is not enough to use only a rinse out conditioner?
In essence, both products promise the same thing.
If you know the LOC or LCO method then you know that the letter L comes from leave-in.
The leave in conditioner for curly hair has a different consistency than the conditioner with rinsing. It is more liquid and because it is intended not to be rinsed, it contains ingredients that do not load the hair. The conditioner without rinsing has a thicker consistency, because it contains elements that, even after rinsing, are destined to remain on the hair. Thus, using a conditioner with rinsing as leave in can cause the hair to load.
Is there a difference between a leave in conditioner for curly hair and moisture milk for curly hair?
curly hairNormally the leave in conditioner for curly hair is intended to be used immediately after washing. As mentioned above, its consistency is generally more liquid. Curly hair milk is intended to be used daily for hydration, so it can have a thicker consistency.
But if we look at their ingredients they are very similar.
A good leave in conditioner for curly hair or milk for hair contains as a first main element water and then various oils, which help maintain the level of hydration of the hair.
In conclusion, we can use curly hair milk without problem as a leave-in conditioner.
Many manufacturers mention this when describing how to use their products. In fact, curly hair milk is a product with several uses: it can also be used as a leave-in conditioner, it can be used to refresh curls and even as a styling product.
If you want more information, watch the video below.
Use leave in conditioner for curly hair or milk for curly hair in the routine of curly hair care.
As a general rule, leave in conditioner for curly / wavy hair is applied immediately after the hair has been washed, ie after shampooing. Leave in conditioner for curly or wavy hair can also be used successfully to refresh the curls or curls of the next day. The most used hair rejuvenation routine is the one in which the hair is slightly moistened in the morning, after which the leave in conditioner is applied. Then you can use a styling product or not.
In the case of curly hair milk, it can be used immediately after washing the hair, as a leave-in conditioner, or it can be used immediately after using a rinse conditioner. For the curls of the second or third day after we lightly moisturized the hair we can use curly hair milk.
Leave-in conditioner for curly hair - Ingredients
Moisturizers are substances that help moisturize the hair. They are absolutely necessary in the composition of a leave in conditioner or normal conditioner for curly hair, such as: panthenol, glycerin, aloe vera or honey.
Emollients are substances that do not moisturize the hair but help keep water in the hair.
For example for fine to medium curly hair, argan oil, mango butter, sunflower oil, sweet almond oil as well as soybean or grape seed oil are recommended. If you have medium to thick curly hair then it is recommended: avocado oil, castor oil, coconut oil, olive oil and shea butter.
Need help untangling your hair? Due to its ingredients it helps to moisturize the hair so that hair removal is much easier. This prevents hair breakage and prevents hair loss. It does not load the hair. If you follow the curly girl method this product is CG approved, due to its ingredients.
Problems with hair removal? Aunt Jackie's hair removal solution helps remove "knots", provides hydration and prevents hair breakage. The mixture of shea butter and olive oil leaves the hair soft but at the same time strengthens it. It does not contain protein.
This conditioner without rinsing for curly hair with green apple and aloe vera extracts moisturizes the hair, leaves it soft and helps to untangle it. The mixture of vitamins (A, B, C, E), proteins and antioxidants ensures a healthy and voluminous hair. This product is CG approved due to its ingredients.
Let yourself be pampered by the smell of pineapple. This conditioner without rinsing contains vitamins A, B1, B6 and C and is ideal for moisturizing and refreshing hair. Vitamin C stimulates hair growth, strengthens hair and prevents hair loss. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that protects against external factors. Contains protein. Don't load your hair. If you follow the curly girl method this product is CG approved due to its ingredients.
Camille Rose curly hair milk moisturizes and strengthens the hair, thanks to the natural rosehip extract and Aloe Vera, to which is added the green tea extract. Highly nutritious, rice milk is rich in vitamins A, D and B 12. The milk has a creamy texture, intensely moisturizing, but light, which makes it ideal for daily use. Being rich in vitamins and antioxidants, it stimulates hair growth. It will restore the vitality and elasticity of the curls. Does not contain: mineral oils, sulfates, parabens, silicones, phthalates, gluten, paraffin, propylene. This is a CG approved product.
Let's see a clip where we will compare the leave in conditioner for curly hair from Mixed Chicks vs. leave in balm from Aunt Jackie's. The first conditioner applied is the one from Mixed Chicks (right side). After the product has been applied to the entire length of the hair and on the ends the hair is then tightly palmed and scrunched.
As for Aunt Jackie's leave-in conditioner (applied on the left side), it has a more liquid consistency compared to Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner.
As you will notice there are not very big differences between the 2 products, as a result but this depends on everyone's preference.