A Sunsilk ad that really spoke to me!
I have thick hair that prefers to be frizzy even on non-humid days. No fun at all! My locks get oily at the crown, but dry at the ends. For me, a leave-in conditioner applied only at the bottom two inches works really well for me. It's also great for curly, coarse, and color- or chemically- treated hair.
Paul Mitchell's Tea Tree Hair and Body Moisturizer (sold exclusively at salons) is one of my favorites. It usually costs $10 and up depending on salon. It's a leave-in for your hair, but it's also a body lotion with a slightly minty and very fresh scent. Love the double-duty! I also like the slightly candy scent of Sunsilk's Captivating Curls De-Frizz Leave-In Cream ($3.91 from Drugstore.com). Sunsilk also makes other leave-ins for different hair types.
Kelsobabeyy suggested Pantene Pro-V Smoothing All-Day Defense Creme ($4.49) since it's not oil-based and won't make your hair greasy or weighed down. Pantene is my favorite rinse out conditioner. They make good stuff for my hair.
Also of interest:
- What's Best for Hair Breakage and Leave-In Conditioner? from the group All About Hair and Makeup.
- The Black & Beautiful Way to Healthy Hair also features group answers on leave-in conditioners.
What are your favorite leave-in conditioners? Have you tried any on this list?