Who/what types of curls is Curl Leave-In Conditioner best suited for?
Curl Leave-In Conditioner can be used on all curl types. It is best suited for dry, parched hair.
Does Curl Leave-In Conditioner work well with the other Living Proof Curl and non-Curl products?
Yes, Curl Leave-In is compatible with all other Living Proof products. The entire Curl product line was developed specifically for curly hair and features Extended Curl Memory technology.
When do I use Curl Leave-In Conditioner? After cleansing and conditioning? After Living Proof Curl Conditioning Wash? After Living Proof Curl Conditioning Wash and Detangling Rinse?
It is best to use Curl Leave-In Conditioner on clean, wet hair. After cleansing, conditioning and detangling with Living Proof Curl Conditioning Wash and Detangling Rinse or you regular Shampoo and Conditioner. Apply Curl Leave-In Conditioner to clean, wet hair focusing on ends. For best results, follow with Curl Cream or Mousse. Air dry or diffuse. You can also use Curl Leave-In Conditioner on dry hair in moderation to spot treat frizz and flyaways. Dampen hair and apply in moderation to refresh and condition curls.
Do I still need to use Curl Leave-In Conditioner if I use Curl Detangling Rinse? If I use both, when and how do I use each?
You should use Curl Leave-In Conditioner if you have dry, parched hair that needs extra conditioning. Use the Curl Leave-In Conditioner after the Detangling Rinse. Apply to clean, wet hair focusing on ends, dry areas.
Can I use Curl Leave-In Conditioner on dry hair? If so, how?
Yes, you can use Curl Leave-In Conditioner on dry hair. Apply Curl Leave-In Conditioner on dry hair in moderation to spot treat frizz and flyaways. Dampen hair and apply in moderation to refresh and condition curls.
If you use a Shampoo & Conditioner, versus a Co-Wash or our Curl Conditioning Wash and Detangling Rinse, do you still need to use Curl Leave-In Conditioner? If so, why?
You can still use Curl Leave-In Conditioner if you need extra conditioning for dry, parched areas.
Can you just use Curl Conditioning Wash and Curl Leave-In Conditioner (i.e. no Curl Detangling Rinse)?
Curl Conditioning Wash and Curl Leave-In Conditioner work well together, especially if you are in need of extra conditioning.
Why would I use No Frizz Leave-In Conditioner vs. Curl Leave-In Conditioner?
Curl Leave-In Conditioner was designed specifically for curls with Extended Curl Memory technology to condition and define curls at the same time. No Frizz Leave-In Conditioner was designed to nourish, condition and weightlessly block humidity 70% better than silicones for long lasting frizz protection.
How should I cocktail Curl Leave-In Conditioner with Curl Styling products?
When using the Curl Leave-In Conditioner with Curl Stylers, you should try different cocktails to find your best mixture.
- Using more Curl Leave-In Conditioner than Styler will deliver less hold, more conditioning.
- Using more Curl Styler than Leave-In Conditioner will deliver more hold, less conditioning.
When and why is it important for a product to be sulfate-free?
You've probably heard a lot about sulfates and generally think they are bad for hair. You should watch out for sulfates in shampoos as when they are used in lathering, cleansing products they can strip hair of its natural surface oils, making it feel rough, dry and brittle. Sulfates can also strip the scalp of its natural oils, leading to dryness and irritation. Examples of commonly used sulfate ingredients that can be stripping include: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, and Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate. You should watch out for these in shampoos.
Sulfates do not inflict damage on hair when used in conditioners or treatments. When used in these products they actually help make hair smoother, softer and visibly healthier.
Sulfates in conditioners and treatments do not damage chemical treatments or color. Characterizing them as not good for your hair in these types of products is incorrect.