How to Co-wash With Mane n Tail Deep Moisturizing Conditioner Review

[beauty][product reviews] Cowashing is washing your hair with conditioner only. It is a hair care method is recommended by a multitude of beauty bloggers - most commonly for people with curly, frizzy, and/or unmanageable hair.

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I have been co-washing on and off for the past several years but I never found a conditioner that worked for me until now.

I've tried SO MANY conditioners. I tried expensive ones, cheap ones, popular ones, and even homemade ones. They either left my hair tangly, rough, and/or dirty - but mostly ... greasy. 😣😑😯😐😶

In my quest for easier and less frizzy hair, I decided to try Mane n Tail Deep Moisturizing Conditioner. I had tried Mane n Tail before but not the Deep Moisturizing one.
When I tried it for the first time, I was surprised to find a slippery light blue substance come out of the bottle! It wasn't creamy like I'm used to seeing from other conditioners. It smelled like medicinal; honestly, the smell was almost off-putting but it didn't stop me from trying it.

The label on most conditioners contain claims that the product will do something for your hair. I don't know about you, but for me these claims are always a lie until now.

The Mane n Tail Deep Moisturizing Conditioner label states that it will help you have strong, healthy, shiny, manageable hair. Here are some bullet points I got from the label:
• Helps repair dry damage from styling and the environment
• Extra moisturizing increases elasticity and manageability
• Results can be seen within first application

Those are some big claims but this conditioner actually follows through! I did have to use a lot since I have thick, tangly hair, but I was pleasantly surprised to see it really worked!

✓ How To Co-wash 💯
1. Find a conditioner that works with your hair.
(This is the most difficult step. You can try Mane n Tail Deep Moisturizing Conditioner. That's what works for me, and it's a great deal at 27.05 oz for only $7.49. I was a dumdum and paid over $8 for a 16 oz bottle at the grocery store.)
2. Add and add conditioner until you can easily run your fingers through your hair.
3. Gently massage your scalp with the conditioner and your fingers.
4. Let the conditioner sit in your hair for at least a minute or as long as you can.
5. Rinse the conditioner completely out while gently massaging your scalp.
6. Dry how you wish.
(I like to squeeze and wring my hair with my hands before getting out of the tub and then once again with a towel.)

Have you tried co-washing? What works for you or didn't work for you? Are my tips helpful? Do you have any tips for me about co-washing?

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