Best Dry Conditioners For 
Your Hair Extensions
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Dry Shampoos BFF: Best Dry Conditioners For 
Your Hair Extensions

Let’s Get Into Dry Conditioners!

It makes me excited to see that the hair industry has progressed so much within the past decade. Everything that you can imagine has been created to cater to all your hair needs. One of the most excellent tools I’ve come across is dry shampoo. At the time, I had no idea that dry conditioners existed!

When I was rocking a heat style with my natural hair, I found that dry shampoo saved me from the often unnecessary work of wash day. Dry shampoo has been a great product to use when you need a quick cleaning without the weight of water.

It’s so amazing for people that don’t have the time to wash their hair entirely after noticing that oil has made the strands look heavy. When I wore my natural hair out, I used dry shampoo all the time. However, what I didn’t know was dry shampoo can be drying. This is especially true when you don’t use conditioner right after.

Luckily for us, manufacturers in the hair industry have created the fantastic product that we know as dry conditioner. Dry conditioner is the BFF of dry shampoo, and it works amazingly!

Let’s talk about what dry conditioner is and how to use it!

I’ll also let you know my favorite ones and why!

dry shampoo spray

What Is This Amazing Product?

Dry conditioners have been around for years. However, even though they have been around for years, dry conditioners have been becoming increasingly popular in the beauty world.

Dry conditioners come in the same packaging as dry shampoos, but there is a vast difference between the two. These conditions are designed to be quick conditioning treatments without making hair messy or greasy.

In the past, dry conditioners were powdery like dry shampoos, but over the years they’ve been changed to have natural oils, silicones, and other conditioning materials. The great thing about dry conditioners is that they don’t have to be used with dry shampoo to be effective.

If you’re suffering from tangled, frizzy or brittle hair extensions, a good product like this will be able to help you out.

Also, if you just got a blowout and didn’t want to wash it out right away, you can use a dry conditioner to extend the life of your blowout.

These conditioners also prevent breakage. Many times, I’ve used a dry conditioner before using a straightener on my hair, and it has worked like a charm!

towel dry hair

How To Use Dry Conditioner?

Shampoo of any kind will dry out hair. Even if you use dry shampoo, you risk having your hair dried out. A dry conditioner will help bring moisture back to your hair extensions without leaving your hair greasy.

The instructions to use a dry conditioner are pretty straightforward. When applying, focus on the roots. Spray your product from the roots down to the ends and then lay it down with a brush or comb.

If you have curly hair, or hair that can’t be brushed down without damage, you should use your fingers to smooth the product into your hair.

Most times, the product won’t be visible, but it’s essential for your hair to absorb it as much as possible.

You can add slight heat from a blow dryer to help distribute the product and enhance texture.

curls in ponytail

Who Should Use Dry Conditioners?

Anyone can use dry conditioner, but it’s best for someone that gets their hair blown out often or uses straight hair extensions. This kind of conditioner is also great for people with curly and kinky hair extensions.

Dry products are also best for those that want to refresh their ends, especially those with medium to thick hair.

Overall, it doesn’t matter what hair type you have; you’ll be able to reap the full benefits of dry conditioners, especially if you find the right one for you.

woman blowdrying hair

Try Out These Conditioners

The conditions I plan to share with you cater to different hair extension types. It’s essential that you know what kind of dry conditioner provides to your hair because not all products are created the same.

The hair types that I want to focus on are curly or kinky hair, heat styled extensions, and dry extensions.

The product mentioned for dry hair will be especially important since it can give you a temporary fix for a pesky problem!

Let’s get into these products!

curly light brown hair

Pantene Aqua Weightless Conditioning Shake

This product is super light and puts hair under control. It’s not greasy or oily, and it helps your hair look entirely natural.

It untangles wet hair without breaking it, and it serves as a heat protectant as well. Your hair will be left feeling fresh and clean!

Pantene Aqua Weightless Conditioning Shake

Serge Normant Meta Revive Conditioner

This product is one of “Allure” beauty winners! According to many customer reviews, this dry conditioner is on the best out there.

It has a blend of soothing ingredients that restore softness and shine to hair.

It’s great for anyone suffering from dry hair, frizzy hair or split ends.

Try this one out today!

Serge Normant Meta Revive Conditioner

It’s A 10 Miracle Two In One

This particular product is dry shampoo and conditioner in one.

It uses keratin and other nourishing ingredients to clean your hair while simultaneously moisturizing it.

It absorbs oil from the scalp while conditioning the hair shaft to add body and shine.

Expect your hair to look amazing after a quick use of this fantastic product!

It’s A 10 Miracle Leave-In Conditioner

Things To Remember About Dry Conditioners!

These products have been around for years, but they’ve made a comeback! Dry conditioners can work on curly and kinky hair, but it’s best when used on hair with heat.

Dry shampoo and dry conditioners can be used together or separately without issue. Shampoos are best for cleaning a dirty scalp, and dry conditioners are best for moisturizing dry strands.

You won’t suffer from using this kind of product long term, but it should be known that dry conditioners should not replace regular conditioners.

These products are not meant to moisturize your hair entirely but give you a quick way to bring nourishment without the hassle. A deep conditioner is still the best way to add longterm moisture to your hair.

Before using any new product, you should always check for allergies. Do an allergy test. If nothing comes up, then you should be fine.

Enjoy using one of these fantastic deep conditioners!

About Simi Muhumuza

Simi is an undergraduate student at GSU. She is studying psychology, and is an avid black mental health advocate. She is also a poet, and is working on a book that will be released next year. She DJ’s on her spare time, and can be reached on all social outlets as @simimoonlight.

2 thoughts on “Dry Shampoos BFF: Best Dry Conditioners For 
Your Hair Extensions

  1. Tiffany Halll says:

    I love these products they are so amazing! These are a must have!!!

  2. Erika Davies says:

    Hmmm never knew dry conditioners existed and I never considered using it. The added benefits are making me consider trying it with my extensions, if it works like how its described I would add a few brands to my “product suggestion” list for upkeep. Another thing that I would try is using the dry conditioner alone if it works the same as a “co-wash” then I’m sure it’s great. Finding the right brand that works with my hair is another task.

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