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Angel Rinse, £19, Kevin Murphy Why we love it: Works a dream to smooth damaged ends without adding extra weight, making it ideal for fine hair. Smells absolutely dreamy, too. Bonus features: The bottle! Talk about stepping up your in-shower interiors.
Dizziak Deep Conditioner £22, Dizziak
Why we love it: What’s not to love with a formula packed with repairing quinoa protein and a trio of nourishing Argan, Babassu and Coconut oils. And GLAMOUR staffer, Bandi Manzini, road-tested a sample pre-launch. ‘It has a nice texture and absorbed quickly, was very moisturising for my hair that’s prone to dryness. It helped me tease out the knots, eliminated frizz, and gave tired curls a new lease of life and healthy sheen.”
Bonus features: The deep conditioning benefits also work for all hair types when used as an intensive mask. Plus it looks great in the shower with a monochrome pack designed by cult artist Ted Draws.
Cilantro Hair Conditioner, £19, Malin + Goetz
Why we love it: The cooling properties of cilantro (coriander FYI) make it for a super fresh formula that combined with shea butter refreshens and moisturises hair without any heavy residue. You really need to allow this one to work its magic, so leave on hair for at least 3 minutes before rinsing.
Bonus features: Can be used as a gentle cleanser and also as a leave-in conditioner. Amazing.
Classic Conditioner, £17, Aesop
Why we love it: For the girl on the-go a lightweight formula is a must – y’ know, if you’re running out of the shower and don’t rinse properly. Aesop is an authority on cult bathroom products and this conditioner is no exception. The scent is charmingly fruity without being overwhelming and the results are revitalized ends.
Bonus features: Helps detangle hair, yey!
Melu Conditioner, £17, Davines
Why we love it: You got to love this super cute ice-cream-like packaging – and texture – it’s possibly the thickest conditioner we tried, which leads to amazing results. Ideal for long hair and dry ends, Melu restores brilliance and prevents breakage.
Bonus features: Will look extra cute on your bathroom shelf and has a whole range of products for damaged hair that go with it.
Smooth Conditioner, £20, Ouai Haircare at Cult Beauty
Why we love it: A-list worthy, this conditioner is from Jen Atkin’s brand – for those that don’t know, Jen is the Kardashians’ (and loads of other celebs) hairstylist. And the results are as great as you’d hope for. The smoothing formula beats frizz and gives hair an unbelievable shine.
Bonus features: A-list worthy people, need we say more?!
Normalizing Conditioner, £22, Sachajuan at Net-A-Porter
Why we love it: As luxe as it gets, this soothing conditioner is ideal for those that have sensitive scalp and hair, helping to calm irritated strands and restoring fullness and bounce to length and roots.
Why we love it: The super soft texture of this sorbet-like conditioner is exactly what your hair will feel like after rinsing. Smooth looking and feeling, with a healthy shine and lots of movement. It has two different formulas for thin and thick hair, so you can find your perfect match.
Bonus features: Use it in larger amounts twice a week all over hair as a mask – before shampooing.
Hydrating Conditioner, £18, Moroccanoil
Why we love it: Argan oil can do wonders for your hair, from restoring damaged ends to boosting brilliance – and Moroccanoil knows it best when it comes to the Moroccan extract. This conditioner is packed with anti-oxidants and vitamins to turn dull hair around. Ideal for normal to dry hair.
Bonus features: Antioxidant-rich + Vitamins A and E.
Why we love it: Herbal Essences’ conditioners are all best-sellers, but this one is our favourite. Extremely moisturising without feeling heavy on the hair, the soft texture washes off easily and leaves no residue behind. Oh, and the smell is amazing, like holidays in a bottle.
Bonus features: Are you kidding us, £1.98?! You can stock up on it.
Classic Clean Conditioner, £3, Pantene
Why we love it: A budget hero! Perfect for everyday use, this conditioner gives hair a brilliant boost from the first wash. For smooth hair with bounce.
Bonus features: Has keratin on its formula to help ban frizz, and suits all hair types.
Shear Splendor Extra Silky Daily Conditioner, £20, Philosophy
Why we love it: A deeply hydrating conditioner packed with all things good. This one is a cult hit online, so we decided to give it a go – and yes – the internet was right. For extra silky softness and look, it banishes frizz and has a delicate scent perfect for everyday use.
Bonus features: Helps protect hair against heat styling damage.
Pureology Hydrate Conditioner, £20.50, Asos
Why we love it: Pureology are pros when it comes to hair colour, and this conditioner was specially developed for just that. The moisture-infusing formula makes colour pop and brings it back to life.
Why we love it: A best-seller, this deeply hydrating and moisturizing conditioner banishes frizz for good. The leave-in formula is a favourite amongst curly haired ladies as it allows them to easily style after washing. Ideal for dry/damaged hair to normal types.
Bonus features: A zesty energizing scent.
The Conditioner Leave-in Moisturizer, £14.50, Paul Mitchell
Why we love it: Leave-in conditioners are your go-to if you’re a fan of curling irons or straighteners. Giving that extra protection that your hair needs and preventing damage. It also makes it more manageable to style ponys, huns, buns, you name it. Sold yet?
Bonus features: No rinse, duh.
Daily Moisture Conditioner, £2.69, Dove
Why we love it: Another budget hero that deserves a run to Boots. Dove applies its knowledge of soft baby-like skin to its hair products, making for super soft locks.
Bonus features: Soothing smell and helps detangle hair.