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Cheap Spray on Hair Conditioner??

  1. MakeItCount profile image60
    MakeItCountposted 4 years ago

    Cheap Spray on Hair Conditioner??

    So, naturally, my hair is dry and a little frizzy... and I was wondering if there's any cheap spray on hair conditioner and decent that you would recommend? I have looked online but there are just so many, and I am not sure which ones to buy. I want something that doesnt dry on my hair and leave residue. I have had that happen before so what do you recommend? The one that left residue in my hair was nexus. so I dont plan on using that brand again.

  2. Georgie Lowery profile image94
    Georgie Loweryposted 4 years ago

    The leave in conditioner that I use occasionally to control flyaways isn't a spray on, but it is relatively inexpensive and doesn't weigh my hair down - it's fairly fine and really long. It's made by Garnier Fructis and it's called Sleek & Shine leave-in conditioning cream. I just Googled it and they have a spray bottle product in the same line, but I've never used it. I get it at Walmart for two or three bucks a bottle and, for me, it lasts forever because I don't need to use very much. You do put it on your hair while it's still wet and it helps with detangling, too. Smells awesome!

    Also, my hair is very dry in the winter, and I use Aussie brand 3 Minute Miracle conditioner once a week or so. Amazing stuff.

    1. MakeItCount profile image60
      MakeItCountposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks! I'll test it out and see how it turns out for my hair smile 

      By the way, for the Aussie brand, is that the same as leave in conditioner or does it the ones where you wash it off?

    2. Georgie Lowery profile image94
      Georgie Loweryposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      The Aussie brand is not leave in.

  3. Rosana Modugno profile image84
    Rosana Modugnoposted 4 years ago

    I love Ion's shampoo and conditioners because they make my hair soft and shiny.  I also like to put in Citre Shine spray shiner, that controls frizzes.  I use that a lot.  Also Biosilk or Argan Oil is great.  I get mine at Sally's.  Biosilk you can purchase at CVS or salon at about $18 a bottle but you only need a dime size on your hand for your whole head.  Same with Argan, way cheaper though.

    Ion's Shampoo & Conditioner
    Citre Shine spray shiner
    Biosilk leave in
    Argain oil leave in

 
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