12 Worst Hair Conditioners
Dull, tangled, greasy, or dry hair -- all telltale signs of a bad conditioner. From Herbal Essences to Aveda, see which ones will make your hair look awful
Why: Readers agree that "nourishing" is one thing this conditioner is not. One reader says, "It seemed to strip my hair of moisture instead of adding to it. It also made my hair more tangled, even after adding an additional leave-in conditioner." Another adds: "This conditioner didn't do very much in the way of actual conditioning. My hair didn't feel smooth or moisturized after I rinsed … if anything, it was a little sticky." And another reader warns, "This product smells out-of-this-world great, but don't let that fool you! When I squeezed the product into my hands it felt thick and creamy like a super rich moisturizing conditioner, but after I rinsed, my hair felt like hay!"
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