You are the true winners when it comes to who benefits most from reverse washing.
Conditioners contain oils and other emollients that coat hair and can be too heavy for thin hair.
Therefore, the classic method of conditioning after shampooing can make thin hair oily, flat, and limp.
Conditioning before shampooing on the other hand, allows thin hair to receive nutrients without weighing the hair down.
DRY OR DAMAGED HAIR:
Those who overdid it and ended up with dry or damaged hair can also benefit from reverse washing.
The difference from thin hair application however is that dry or damaged hair requires extra nourishment.
So, apply conditioner to hair, shampoo, rinse, and then apply another coat of conditioner.
Thoroughly rinse the second coat of conditioner from hair as you would normally do.