Revitalizes hair fibers for long-lasting moisture and nourishment.
Best choice: Look for conditioners that contain arginine and soy, which will help restore suppleness, shine and movement to severely damaged hair.
You Have: Dull Hair
Best choice: Natural oils, like moringa and macadamia, provide dull hair with the moisture it needs to shine. Oil-infused conditioners promote luster, but the lightweight conditioners are immediately absorbed into the hair.
You Have: Dry Hair
Best choice: Dry hair needs lots of moisture to restore suppleness and shine. A leave-in conditioner is a great option—it instantly revives thirsty hair, and since you don’t rinse it out, it keeps working all day long. Opt for a lightweight conditioner that will seal the cuticle and leave your hair soft and shiny.
Best choice: If you’re platinum blonde, it means you’re in the salon frequently for applications of lightener and toner to maintain your lighter-than-light hue. A detangling conditioner and help strengthen your heavily-processed strands is the best choice. Bamboo and ceramides are excellent fortifying ingredients.
You Have: Oily Hair
Best choice: The last thing you need is more oil, so look for a weightless conditioner containing a soothing ingredient like mint leaf to add moisture where it’s needed, while simultaneously refreshing your scalp.
Best choice: You have the hair type that all the girls envy—softly waved and beachy. Look for a conditioner that will support those waves as it moisturizes your hair—it will contain flexible polymers for enhanced texture.
Best choice: You finally dialed in the creamy highlights of your dreams, and they’re amazing in your dark hair. What’s not amazing? When they turn orangey/brassy a few weeks after your last salon appointment. Luckily, you can bust the brass with a deep conditioning hair mask that neutralizes those unwanted tones as it conditions your hair.
Best choice: Everyone who battles frizz knows that humidity is hair’s mortal enemy. The atmospheric moisture penetrates the cuticle and causes hair to swell. The secret is to combat this swelling with a leave-in conditioner that will smooth and protect each strand, preventing humidity from invading its space, while infusing hair with the healthy moisture it needs.
Best choice: Maybe it’s not all of those at the same time, but you find bright colors irresistible, especially when they’re on your head! For hard-working hair like yours, you need a hard-working conditioner for color treated hair that will help prevent color fading, and at the same time, shore up the porosity that occurs from frequent color services.
Try this: Total Results Color Obsessed Conditioner
Best choice: Look for a conditioner that not only softens and detangles your delicate blonde strands, but also one that fortifies it and maintains its brightness. Chamomile is an excellent ingredient for maintaining radiant, multi-dimensional blonde hair.
Best choice: If your hair is over-processed, over-styled or over-manipulated, it could be brittle, weak and fragile. A conditioner formulated with keratin and silk provides reinforcement for damaged strands, leaving hair shiny and healthy-looking with improved elasticity.
Best choice: If you can’t seem to find a conditioner that’s rich enough for your thirsty strands, switch to a creamy hair mask treatment. With a pudding-like consistency, a hair mask will cling to your hair, allowing ingredients like shea butter to penetrate and hydrate. Use it as often as you need—once or twice a week or even every time you shampoo.
Best choice: Curly hair is often in need of lots of moisture to control frizz and define the curl pattern. Look for oils like jojoba in the conditioner—they provide equal amounts of needed nourishment and moisture.
Try this: Total Results Curl Please Conditioner
Best choice: If you love the soft results you get from conditioner, but your fine strands can’t handle the weight, try one of the new conditioners for fine hair. They contain glycerin for weightless hydration that won’t squash fine hair.
Best choice: Thick hair also tends to be thirsty hair since there’s so much of it and your scalp’s natural oils can only do so much. Help them out with a rich, nourishing hair mask packed with hydrating ingredients with the same moisture-retention properties as the aloe plant.
Best choice: Try a low-foam; silicone-, sulfate- and paraben-free; two-in-one cleansing conditioner to prevent drying out your curls. A natural additive like pomegranate will help enhance curl definition and bounce. Use it as your go-to shampoo, or alternate it with a conventional shampoo for curly hair.
Revitalizes hair fibers for long-lasting moisture and nourishment.
Color depositing formula neutralizes brassy tones
Conditions to help protect against fading and extend your color vibrancy.
Refreshes hair and absorbs oil to revive your second-day look.
Sometimes it’s easy to discount the importance of your shampoo. You grab whatever’s on sale when you’re picking up milk, or you use the bottle that’s sitting in the shower or the mini in your hotel room. Or possibly, you’re overwhelmed by the array of choices—so many shampoos, but only one head of hair!;Read Now
Is this the year you go for a chop? If you’re all about high-impact hair, a short cute haircut could be just the thing. Short hair styles are easy, breezy and completely individual! And there are so many options! From a pixie cut to a bob or lob to a cropped layered look, short hair styles give you unlimited styling freedom and unlimited styling versatility. Here are 10 trending short hairstyles to try.;Read Now
Every profession has its own language, and hair color is no exception. All you have to do is listen when a bunch of hair color pros get together and you’ll hear all sorts of terms being thrown around—like <strong><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="https://www.matrix.com/hair-color/balayage-and-ombre" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">balayage, ombré</span></strong></a></span></strong></strong> and double process blonde. Among the terms you’ll hear the most often are those used to describe various types of hair color—<a href="https://www.matrix.com/hair-color/products/semi-permanent" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">semi-permanent hair color</span></a>, <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="https://www.matrix.com/hair-color/products/demi-permanent" target="_blank">demi-permanent hair color</a>,</span> temporary hair color and <a href="https://www.matrix.com/hair-color/products/permanent" target="_blank"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">permanent hair color</span></a>. Wondering what they all mean? The Matrix pros are more than happy to break it all down for you!;Read Now