In The Skin Is Where Hair Begins
A conditioner is a product designed to improve a certain aspect of the hair, such as its moisture level or strength.
In the salon, you will find many different conditioners designed for specific hair types. In the drug store, conditioners are more broad because the large manufacturers cannot afford to pay the stores to carry all these items. As a result, drug store conditioners often contain ingredients that coat the hair, building a fašade that improves the "condition" but doesn't actually offer any help to the hair.
When Henri Mastey develops a conditioner, the stylist's needs are foremost in mind. While many of his conditioners are popular retail items, they were designed to uphold the most rigid in-salon standards.
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