The Best Leave-In Conditioners, According to Hairstylists New York Magazine / The Strategist

Best lightweight leave-in conditioner according to Takamichi Saeki

“Leave-in conditioners should be “easy to use, multitasking, and not leave your hair feeling greasy,” says Takamichi Saeki, creative director at Takamichi Hair. He likes this all-in-one beauty balm because it treats, moisturizes, protects, corrects, and fights frizz. “It does all this without leaving you with that greasy feeling,” he says. “It’s easy to over apply when hair is wet, and then you might need to wash again.” For “very dehydrated, brittle hair,” Saeki mixes it with a few drops of hair oil.”

$31 at Takamichi Beauty Room

Lernberger Stafsing BB Cream Leave-in Conditioner

Lernberger Stafsing BB Cream Leave-in Conditioner