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: "The vanilla in this product made it smell tasty, but the texture was a sticky, oily mess," one reader says. "Most of the ingredients in this concoction are natural -- lavender, nettles, vanilla. But that did not save it from wreaking havoc on my hair," says one woman. "I used it on both dry and wet hair with disastrous results. It was as if my hair had been coated in starch, leaving it dry and unmanageable."
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