on Jan 11, 2009 @ 11:09 am|
Does anyone have a favorite type of Shampoo Conditioner that they would recommend, that is affordable and works well.
|switch it up on Jan 11, 2009 @ 12:09 pm|
I find that almost any brand can work for you, as long as you switch after a while. Either wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo (I like Neutrogena's) or use a different brand for a month, then go back to your old favorite.
Personally, I've used most drugstore brands and found very little difference between them. My choice is usually dictated by the scent of the product, to be honest! I have used Paul Mitchell's line in the past which I loved.
|drugstore brands on Jan 11, 2009 @ 09:05 pm|
I agree with mamaluv. I buy my shampoo/condition based on price and scent. Shoppers has some pretty good sales and that's where I buy most of my shampoo/conditioner.
I like Infusium and Dove the best. I especially love the new Dove in yellow bottle, citrus scent I think. I sometimes buy Pantene too.
Ali de Bold
|Fave shampoos on Jan 12, 2009 @ 01:04 pm|
I love Kiehl's Amino Acid Shampoo and Olive Fruit Oil Conditioner but they are both quite pricy.
For inexpensive options I am pleasantly surprised/impressed with the new products from Herbal Essences (Long Term Relationship is one of my current faves), and Head&Shoulders newest products work really well for my hair, both keeping it moisturized and healthy. I alternate between Kiehl's and the above two to avoid any build up and my hair always feels great - despite the fact that I colour/highlight every 5 weeks.
|I have a question to add since were dicussing Hair on Jan 12, 2009 @ 05:54 pm|
I was wondering if any of you have heard of pills ( that you swallow) that can help make your hair grow, and if so what is the name to this product?
|brandy - Myth! on Jan 13, 2009 @ 11:36 pm|
I don't know about the pill. But when I was small, my mom used to rub brandy into my hair after every wash and before blowing drying. She heard it promotes hair growth.
Result: I didn't have a lot of hair as a child and I don't have a lot of hair as an adult.
Personally, I think it's genetics. Most of the women in my mom's side of the family has thin fine hair like mine. Can't escape my fate. :)
|Loreal Professionel on Jan 14, 2009 @ 06:38 am|
Naturally I have black hair. But I dyed my hair many times to blonde. Actually I was with blond hair for about 1.5 year.. oh.. it's terribele. and my soft and shiney hair became verrryyy dry with no shine. So I decided to buy some good Product. I have just moved to Mouritius and here is not so big choise.
So I finally found what I was searching. Loreal Professionnel Absolut Repair system (for about 15-17$ for each prod.). It is really great. I really love to use them all togather - shampoo, conditioner, mask and a cream-milk vor damaged and splited ends. And now, after using it only 2 weeks I have really soft hair!
So it is not as exensive as Kerastase.. I've invented that you'd better to may a bit more.. then you will get resultes.. otherwise you buy several chip products = and the total price would be the same, as a good product price.. only you'll get no resultes.
Hope u got something helpful from this post.
|what sort of results are you looking for? on Jan 18, 2009 @ 11:40 pm|
Volume / thickness?
|John Frieda and Sunsilk on Jan 21, 2009 @ 08:36 am|
I LOVE Redken All Soft, but it is a bit pricey.. for cheaper products I love John Frieda Luxurious Volume shampoo (haven't tried the conditioner) and Sunsilk TLC or Thermashine (this is supposedly the beloved Thermasilk, but I find it's just not the same :( )
|Head & Shoulders on Jan 21, 2009 @ 07:38 pm|
I know this sounds kind of crazy....and I haven't tried many more designer like shampoos and brands. I just normally go to superstore or london drugs to buy my shampoo.
But Head&Shoulders really did amaze me. It made my hair REALLY soft.
And when I saw all their new ads about how it's not just for your dad or guys....I totally understood.
It's not just a dandruff for dad shampoo anymore!!!