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Q: How much leave-in conditioner should you apply?

Ouidad: For short, thick hair, a dime-size amount; for short, thin hair, a pea-size amount; and for thick, long hair, a quarter-size. Use your discretion and remember to use enough to work through your hair but not to drench it.


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I agree with the above. I have shoulder-length 3b/c hair and it needs a lot of conditioner. A quarter-size would barely make any difference.
I have to use a handful or 2 on my EXTREMELY thick, long hair. If I didn't, there wouldn't even be enough to work through. I think this is one of those find out what works best for you things.
I agree with newme. I think our 4A hair needs much more conditioner than other curlies. I use a similar amount, making sure that the ends are fully coated. More on the ends, less on top.
These amounts would be totally inadequate for thick, kinky-curly hair (3c-4b) Drenching my fairly short hair 4a hair with at least a palmful of conditioner is the only way I can safely detangle my hair.

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