Your favorite conditioner for 2015 is Devacurl’s One Condition Conditioner, which won over 31% of your vote with a squeaky clean ingredient list, a no-poo formula, and a perfectly reasonable price tag.
Although Devacurl is ostensibly just made for curly-haired women, straight-haired ladies praise the conditioner for its ability to tame frizz and humidity. Boasting olive oil, a lil’ lavendar and wheat protein, Devacurl is chock full o’ the good stuff, while avoiding sulfate, paraben, and silicone completely.
Let me start by saying that I DO NOT BUY INTO DEVACURL. Their haircuts are overpriced hogwash. They have some great products/styling tips, but I do not follow their gospel wholesale as some ladies do.
That being said: I have curly, dry, fine hair (but lots of it) — and this is simply the only thing for it. The. Only. Thing. I keep trying to swap it out for cheaper stuff, but whenever I cave and buy a giant bottle on Amazon (which to be fair is pretty reasonable at $27.50 for 32 oz) I plop some in and instantly say “oh, right, this is why I buy this shit”. It’s moisturizing as hell but light enough to use as a leave-in product for styling purposes. - Rachel Feltman
While, Funday recommends this way more affordable alternative,
For all the curly Deva ladies!
Full disclosure, I love the Deva curl conditioner, so much. But my budget was hurting. So I bought a ton of different more affordable products (without much success) until I found Dr. Palmers Coconut and Vitamin E conditioner. 2-pack for 14 bucks on Amazon. Leave it in your curly locks for 3 mins in the shower. I know this is a big statement, but: better than Deva!!
I’ve recommended it and have been told it works miracles. wanted to share the love! - Funday
It’s really no surprise that Living Proof is an honorable mention. For those who haven’t tried the pricey $24 conditioner, it’s apparently nothing short of life changing. Honestly, we would expect nothing less from Jennifer Aniston’s haircare line.
I’m willing to go to the ends of the earth to evangelize for my hair routine. I have never had such good hair, with so little effort, and I have Living Proof to thank. I mean, crap, I’m practically ready to out myself here with this burner account just on account of my amazing hair. - ThisIsMyThirdName
Garnering 20% of the vote, the final runner-up is the Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner which you can buy at literally any drugstore. For women with dry and damaged hair, Shea Moisture is a dream come true.
I use the Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque. I just put it on before I go to bed at night and rinse it out in the morning. The stuff is insanely good. - ennui is boring
I have found the best place to buy the Shea product line (soaps to hair stuff) is Bed Bath & Beyond. Not all the BB&B have beauty sections but the ones that do have the best prices on all beauty products. I used to get all my Shea stuff at Ulta but you could never be sure the items would be stocked. BB&B always has them. This is also the only place I can consistently find the Lite Tampax for about $4. Other places either run out of Lite or charge $6 for a box. - ILoveUJasonStackhouse
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- Dry Shampoo | Co-Op
- Garment Steamer | Worth It
- Shapewear | Worth It
- Slip | Worth It
- Touchscreen Gloves | Co-Op
- Washer Bag | Worth It
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