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: While readers agree the price is a "plus," this conditioner doesn't leave hair "well-nourished" like it promises. One reader says, "This reminds me of a cheap children's hair product. It smells great, but does nothing for your hair." One woman says, not only is it "not hydrating enough, but it also leaves a waxy coating on my hair." And another reader with high hopes says she bought this conditioner "because it smelled really good, but when I started using it, the product did not help my hair -- it actually made my hair even drier."
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