I would like to know if you can leave in a rinse off conditioner? What will happen if you apply a rinse off conditioner that is supposed to be applied onto wet hair, to your dry hair and instead of rinsing it off, you let it stay.
Lisa (Nick Name), 21, New ZealandAdvertisement
Thank you for asking us such a sweet rational question. It made the curious cat inside me roar out loud. I guess I didn’t know it either until I actually wanted to know. I tried it for myself and the end results were not as grossy as I thought it would be.
If you apply a rinse off conditioner for wet hair, onto your dry hair and leave it on, shockingly and surprisingly, it will work as a leave in conditioner. Your hair will feel soft and retain its shine with a 1 to 2 percent wet/sticky hair like feel (depending upon the product you have).
Plus there will be a very sweet fragrance of your conditioner in your hair all day long which will not fade away.
So there you have it. You can leave in your rinse off conditioner but then why leave it in when it is better rinsed off?
Please remember when you leave in a rinse off conditioner, part of it will stay on your scalp as well which will make way for dandruff and other scalp related problems, so my advice, should you choose to accept it , rinse off your conditioner if it’s meant to be.
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