Should I use hair serum before or after conditioner?

You should use hair serum after conditioner, when your hair is still damp. This will help to lock in moisture and add shine to your hair.
It also offers protection against heat damage and environmental factors. Hair serum is especially beneficial for those with dry or damaged hair, because it helps to improve overall texture, making hair less prone to frizzing and tangling.

Hair serum is usually applied after you towel-dry your hair from its shower session – so that your strands are still damp. If you wait too long before using it, the product may struggle to penetrate the follicles of your hair properly. The best way to apply it is by starting at the tips of your locks and working up towards the roots in an even motion – just like you would when styling a cream product into wet curls. You should only add a few drops of this liquid gold onto each section of damp tissue paper as more than enough will make your hair look oily rather than sleek and glossy!

Once all sections have been evenly coated with serum, use either a round brush or comb through them gently until they appear smooth and shiny again – this will help ensure that any knots have been brushed out while taming flyaways as well. Afterward, you can style as usual; blow-drying on a low setting or air-drying if preferred; but always leave some time (at least 10 minutes) between washing/conditioning and styling so that the natural oils in our scalp get rehydrated after cleansing! This will prevent split ends caused by over drying our delicate strands – which could be further enhanced with regular weekly trims every 4–6 weeks depending on how fast one’s own mane grows back naturally!

• Hair serum is a leave-in product used to help treat dry, damaged hair and provide shine.
• It should be applied when the hair is still damp after a shower or bath.
• Using it regularly can help keep split ends at bay by providing extra protection against heat damage and environmental factors.

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