Want Beautiful Hair With Minimal Effort? Here Are The 10 Best Leave-In Conditioners

Alex Centomo

Here at CGD we always have major hair envy, even after visiting the salon. Apparently the secret to super shiny hair is leave-in conditioner, apparently all the busy supermodels use it, but we’ve had our reservations about finding the best leave-in conditioner that will suit the whole team’s needs.

Leave-in conditioner latches onto your hair and binds it closer together, making hair stronger and more flexible. The result is gorgeous, strong, and nourished hair. Here are our top ten leave-in conditioners, that’ll do the hard work for you when you’re running out the door!

1. Davines Essential DEDE Hair Mist, $29 

This hair mist is perfect for thin hair – the lightweight spray makes sure that the conditioner spreads evenly and does not leave a thick residue on your hair. It’s made from red celery extracts which work to strengthen thin strands of hair by adding essential minerals to your lovely locks.

2. Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil, $28 

This hair veil is ideal for colour treated hair; it is important to protect your hair from UV rays otherwise your colour will fade quickly. This protective mask uses natural ingredients to shield UV damage – it also contains Shea butter to quench your hair’s thirst for moisture.

3. Living Proof No Frizz Leave-In Conditioner, $24 

For dry and damaged hair, Sephora’s leave-in conditioner takes the crown. The conditioner moisturises your tresses and brings hydration to chemically treated hair, whilst still retaining smoothness and banishing frizz. Rapunzel who?

4. Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance Leave-In Conditioner, $6.43 

This product works best on heat treated hair; it contains silk extract which moisturises even the thinnest strands of your hair to make them stronger. The plus side to this product is that as well as repairing hair it gives it protection from heat as well – just spray in after you’ve got out the shower and let it work its magic.

5. Africa’s Best Organic’s Olive Oil Extra Virgin Leave-In Conditioner, $14.49

This product has been voted the best leave-in conditioner on Amazon – perfect for all hair types. It has excellent moisturising properties and brings hydration without bringing its best pal, frizz, and gives your hair a new lease of life by introducing volume and shine.

6. Paul Mitchell The Original Leave-In Conditioner, $16.10 

Paul Mitchell’s conditioner is known as one of the best! It balances your hair, helping it to feel moisturised and smooth, as well as adding amazing texture to your ‘do. This product also moisturises your skin, and also works on men’s hair too! Thank you, Paul.

7. Creme Of Nature with Argan Oil Leave-In Conditioner, $1.67

What’s in a name? Well, in this case, it’s oil from Morocco. This product combines Argan oil and protein that improves the strength of your hair, protects it against damage and brings an exotic shine while also detangling your locks – what more could you ask for?

8. John Frieda Frizz-Ease Daily Nourishment Leave-In Conditioning Spray, $7.92 

Looking for an easy solution to frizz-free hair? This product refreshes dry, damaged and frizzy hair for instantly smooth locks. The spray infuses hair with a blend of vitamins to bring moisture and strength – you’ll be frizz-free and smooth to the touch in no time.

9. It’s A 10 Miracle Leave-In Conditioner, $18

Like it says on the bottle, this product contains 10 miracles! That’s right, this conditioner says it can do it all, and leave your hair feeling and looking like it’s been touched by angels. This sounds like the product of hair gods!

10. Tigi Bed Head Ego Boost Leave-In Conditioner, $12

If you’re looking for a product to ease your hairs bed-head qualities, this is the one for you. Tigi’s conditioner is perfect for split ends, leaving textured hair easily styled. It’s lightweight application makes your hair feel fuller and smoother with every use, without it becoming greasy or tangled.

Here’s a selection of our favorite hair products. Let us know your favorite products and share it in the comments.  We’re always looking for new tips and tricks.


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