Shampooing the hair to get rid of dirt and sebum seems a pretty normal step, but conditioning results are something which varies from person to person. The job of a conditioner is to nourish the hair by coating the hair cuticles in a moisturizing layer. All it needs is to penetrate the hair strand and do the nourishment process, but should that mean if you leave it for a really long time frame, the effects would be better? Most of the common myths surrounding a conditioner are regarding its leave-in period. Some even keep it overnight and think it would fetch best results. Today’s question is “Can You Leave Conditioner in your Hair Overnight?” This post will clear your doubt
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