Recession Beauty: Three Great Conditioners (For Less Than The Price Of Chinese Takeout)
October 16, 2008
A few weeks ago I did a post on shampoos, but really, they're just the precursor to the crucial step: conditioning. But their elevated importance does not mean an elevated price. Here are three conditioners that produce top results, but conserve cash to spend on a top stylist.
For everyone: Mario Badescu's Hair Rinsing Conditioner ($8) is a gentle conditioner that leaves hair soft, shiny, and tangle-free. It has a light (and, I think, lovely) scent, too.
For moisture: Chemistry Salon Labs Daily Moisture Conditioner ($10)–the counterpart to one of the top budget-friendly shampoos–gets high marks, too. If you've got dry or flyaway hair and need an infusion of moisture, this is your shampoo. Same cute, spill-resistant bottle, too.
For volume: With no additional styling products, John Frieda's Luxurious Volume Full Splendor Conditioner ($6) gave me super-sexy, “Gee I hope I run into my ex-boyfriend on the street today” hair. 'Nuff said.
What products are you looking to find on the cheap? Tell us in the comments section below, and we'll report on them in an upcoming post.