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Meaning Of Hair Conditioner Slip

Carrie Thayer - HairBoutique.com - Copyright - All Rights Reserved 
Publication Date: 11/01/10

Introduction

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One of the most common qualities long hair, curly hair or other hair enthusiasts value in a rinse out, leave in or a detangling conditioner is known as slip.

Slip simply means that the conditioner makes hair much easier to detangle, which is considered very valuable for preventing breakage, rips, tears or split ends.

Slip also refers to slippage which can refer to the slippage of tangles or knots easily from the hair.

Depending on your hair type (fine, normal, thick, very thick), texture (straight, wavy, curly, kinky or coily), current condition (normal, damaged, extremely damaged) and any hair issues (thinning hair, scalp problems or other challenges) you will find your best slip with a variety of different products.

Some hair types, textures and conditions will find fabulous slip with inexpensive products while others may achieve better results from professional quality products with special ingredients.

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  Some have created their own homemade conditioners. 

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Besides slip, moisturizers are valued for their moisturizing properties as well as creaminess factor.  They are also valued when they make hair feel soft, smooth and look shiny.

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Inexpensive Rinse Out Conditioners

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  One option is to buy inexpensive rinse-out hair conditioners and slather them on. 

Professional Rinse Out Conditioners

There are a dizzying array of professional quality rinse out conditioner.

Inexpensive Leave-in Conditioners

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  Some have created their own homemade conditioners

Professional Leave-in Conditioners

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  Some have created their own homemade conditioners.

Meaning Of Hair Conditioner Slip SherriJessee-11

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From
Sherri Jessee
Collection

Sherri's Hair Salon
Bristol, Virginia
ISSE 2009
All Rights Reserved.

Inexpensive Detangling Conditioners

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  Some have created their own homemade conditioners

Professional Detangling Conditioners

All hair consumers have their favorite slip enhancing hair conditioners.  Some have created their own homemade conditioners.

Homemade Conditioner With Slip

To make a homemade conditioner with lots of slip buy marshmallow root powder.  Mix with hot water to dissolve the powder.  Pour into your normal rinse out or leave-in conditioner to add extra slip.

Mix favorite rinse-out or leave-in conditioner with honey and oils (rice bran) and your hair will feel very silky.

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Leave In Conditioner:  Coconut Oil, Hibiscus and Banana Deep Fix

Meaning Of Hair Conditioner Slip SherriJessee12

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Sherri Jessee
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Sherri's Hair Salon
Bristol, Virginia
ISSE 2009
All Rights Reserved.

Deep Conditioner:  Deep Curl Rehab Moisturizing Hair Treatment, Henna, Olive Oil & Honey

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Original Publication Date:  02/06/10 - Revised Publication Date:  11/01/10

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