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Good Store Bought Shampoo?

Posted by Meghan79 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 12 at 20:17

Hi everyone! So yes I am well versed on skin care and make-up, but when it comes to hair...well lets just say that is NOT my forte. lol

So my question is: What is a good store bought brand of shampoo? My husband is simple and uses head and shoulders, but do not have dandruff and since he doesn't have a conditioner my hair usually doesn't feel like I know it should.

I have fine, thick hair, and I have never dyed it. Thanks for your opinions!

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RE: Good Store Bought Shampoo?

The best I've used lately is the L'Oreal EverPure Sulfate-free I buy at the drugstore. I get the reconstructing kind (green tubes), but they have anti-frizz, volume, etc. I got tired of paying for those salon brands. These are cheap and they work great.

RE: Good Store Bought Shampoo?

OO thanks! I will check that out!

RE: Good Store Bought Shampoo?

My absolute favorite is Biolage shampoo and conditioner (white bottle with green leaves on it). You can find it at most drug and grocery stores, and many times salons will have a sale on it where you get one of each for about 40% off the total. Always stop at salons in the malls, they usually have something on sale.

A little goes a LONG way with both products, I have hair to my waist and it is in perfect condition, I get it trimmed about twice a year.

The regular formula works the best for me. And use the conditioner sparingly, like seriously a dime size flat drop will go all over my hair. I, like you, have thin, silky hair that is "virgin" but a whole lot of it, and every time it gets this long I donate it to the Locks of Love, a charity that makes wigs out of human hair for cancer patients.

RE: Good Store Bought Shampoo?

you can go to drugstore to buy it to try.

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