The Fine Intellect Conditioner from O&M is quickly becoming a cult favourite as a conditioner for fine hair and for good reason! This conditioner is super nourishing but adds no weight to your fine hair.
It makes your limp locks feel like they’ve just been spoilt by a super lush treatment when in reality it’s a simple, leave in for 30 second conditioner. Ok, I may leave it in for a little longer if there’s something good on the radio!
The O&M conditioner for fine hair relies on natural ingredients to get their results; rosehip adds volume and fullness, chamomile helps to tame frizz and macadamia adds control with weightless moisture and condition.
Pantene’s Aqua Light range is again for fine haired beauties offering loads of nourishment without the weight so that you can get that volume we’ve always craved.
The Aqua Light conditioner for fine hair uses their breakthrough Clean Rinse technology. It’s a quick-rinse addition to their formula to ensure that all of your conditioner is out before you jump into that towel.
It’s a lightweight formula that is easy to use.
I’m going to have to suggest you drop some pennies on this one. The Original & Mineral Fine Intellect runs laps around Pantene in terms of nourishment, frankly in terms of anything else I’ve tried for fine hair.
The Pantene is great in that it does rinse out super quick but I just found it wasn’t as nourishing or as taming for my dyed, frizzy in the rain hair.
If you have non-coloured, non-frizzy but limp hair you may find the Pantene is enough for you so definitely try it out. If you’re like me and have been a bit rough to your hair in the past, treat it to some love from O&M.