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For soft, manageable, beautiful strands, it's important to choose the best leave-in conditioner for your hair type. A good leave-in conditioner can help detangle strands, reduce fly-aways, tame frizz and keep curls soft and smooth; a leave-in conditioner that's too heavy can weigh it down or leave it looking greasy.

While using shampoo and conditioner is second nature, if your hair is still tangled, frizzy or dry post shower or if regular conditioner is too heavy for your fine, thin hair, these are signs you need a leave-in conditioner.

Unlike conditioners that you use in the shower, these hair care products are applied afterward and left in your locks until the next washing. Typically, conditioners can be fairly dense, whereas a leave-in conditioner is more of your dream detangler — your frizz hero — and it can pack an extra punch of moisture to yield healthy hair.

These top-reviewed leave-in conditioners provide just the right amount of moisture and shine for damaged, overworked and brittle tresses.

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Best Leave-in Conditioner No. 11: Phyto 7 Daily Hydrating Cream With 7 Plant Extracts, $29

TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 8.3*

Why it's great: This ultra-hydrating leave-in cream is something of a miracle worker. All you need is a pea-sized dot for smoother, shinier strands, no matter what your hair type. One reader with "very dry, fine hair" says it makes her hair "soft and moisturized" while also "[eliminating] flyaways." What's not to love?

Agree? Disagree? Write your review for Phyto 7 Daily Hydrating Cream With 7 Plant Extracts here.

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Best Leave-in Conditioner No. 10: Marco Pelusi Marco Anti-Frizz Leave-In Conditioner with Collagen Color Guard, $36.50
TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 8.4*
Why it's great: "This is the most amazing leave-in product available," gushes one reader. "It doesn't weigh hair down and my hair is smooth and silky after application." Ladies with fine strands say the leave-in conditioner doesn't make their hair greasy, but instead "leaves hair shiny and beautiful." Others recommend it for "taming thick, frizzy and wild hair."

Agree? Disagree? Write your review for Marco Pelusi Marco Anti-Frizz Leave-In Conditioner with Collagen Color Guard here.

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Best Leave-in Conditioner No. 9: Nexxus Humectress Luxe Lightweight Conditioning Mist, $21.99
TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 8.8*

Why it's great: This popular leave-in conditioner is loved for its ability to make hair oh-so shiny and smooth. "The formula is lightweight, so it doesn't weigh hair down," raves a reader. "It evenly coats the entire hair strand while only using a small amount." Another bonus? The scent: One fan even jokes that it smells "like coconuts and amazingness."

Agree? Disagree? Write your review for Nexxus Humectress Luxe Lightweight Conditioning Mist here.

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Best Leave-in Conditioner No. 8: Sexy Hair Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Tri-Wheat Leave-In Conditioner, $11.49
TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 9.0*
Why it's great: Readers love that this leave-in conditioner from Sexy Hair doesn't leave any gunky residue behind. "This stuff smells amazing and makes your hair super soft feeling and looking. A lot of leave-in [conditioners] have a film-like texture, [but] this one doesn't," says one reviewer. Another reviewer adds, "My hair feels soft, isn't weighed down and looks healthier. Definitely recommended!"

Agree? Disagree? Write your review for Sexy Hair Healthy Sexy Hair Soy Tri-Wheat Leave In Conditioner here.

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For soft, manageable, beautiful strands, it's important to choose the best leave-in conditioner for your hair type. A good leave-in conditioner can help detangle strands, reduce fly-aways, tame frizz and keep curls soft and smooth; a leave-in conditioner that's too heavy can weigh it down or leave it looking greasy.

While using shampoo and conditioner is second nature, if your hair is still tangled, frizzy or dry post shower or if regular conditioner is too heavy for your fine, thin hair, these are signs you need a leave-in conditioner.

Unlike conditioners that you use in the shower, these hair care products are applied afterward and left in your locks until the next washing. Typically, conditioners can be fairly dense, whereas a leave-in conditioner is more of your dream detangler — your frizz hero — and it can pack an extra punch of moisture to yield healthy hair.

These top-reviewed leave-in conditioners provide just the right amount of moisture and shine for damaged, overworked and brittle tresses.

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