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post #31 of 51
Umm I'm using Palmolive Blueberry for kids or something at the moment. I actually find cheaper shampoos better for my hair! I have a weird mop!
post #32 of 51
actually my doctor told me not to use pantene because it really ruins your hair after a while? but then again i have really thin hair
post #33 of 51
I NEED to use Pantene...it's the only thing that works with my hair - apart from the shampoo they use when I go to a hair salon (which, even though I sometimes buy, never has the same effect...I wonder why???? lol)
post #34 of 51
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Originally Posted by katson7
I NEED to use Pantene...it's the only thing that works with my hair - apart from the shampoo they use when I go to a hair salon (which, even though I sometimes buy, never has the same effect...I wonder why???? lol)
hehe do you blow dry your hair when youre done?
How high is your hair dryer? mine is 2000 watts and it gives me the same effects as the hairdressers.
Its not only the shampoo you use, its also how you treat your hair as soon as you wash it
post #35 of 51
I'm forever just using up the ones our daughter gets tired of. So basically I use whatever she decides she doesn't like any more.
post #36 of 51
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Originally Posted by fwan
hehe do you blow dry your hair when youre done?
How high is your hair dryer? mine is 2000 watts and it gives me the same effects as the hairdressers.
Its not only the shampoo you use, its also how you treat your hair as soon as you wash it
Oooohhhh...is that the secret??? I don't usually blow dry my hair as it's really curly....I let it dry naturally, but now that I think of it.... the hairdresser usually blowdries it on a low setting. Maybe I should try that
post #37 of 51
I used to use the nice expensive stuff (Paul Mitchell and Matrix), but since Bradley moved in, that's all flown out the window b/c he tends to just use whatever's around (read: my good expensive stuff!) . So now I use Pantene or Fructis, but it seems to do the job just fine
post #38 of 51
Head and Shoulders Two-in-One Hydrating. I don't have dandruff per se, but I do have a problem with extremely dry skin. My skin also reacts to a lot of cosmetics, lotions, etc. so if I find something that *doesn't* trigger a reaction I stick with it.
post #39 of 51
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Originally Posted by MoochNNoodles
I use Treseme (pardon my spelling...I am too tired to go look!) I love my hair with it. Some shampoos make me look greasy and some dry out my hair. This one has been good.

(it's cheap too,Katie!)
post #40 of 51
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Originally Posted by fwan
actually my doctor told me not to use pantene because it really ruins your hair after a while? but then again i have really thin hair
I was told not to use Pantene as well Fran. The reason I got was because it's heavy in plastics and will build up in hair after long term use. It also supposedly makes it "waxy" after a while as well. I never really used the stuff anyway so I don't really know.
post #41 of 51
I use Garnias Fructis. And I was using John Freida Brilliant Brunette. Both are amazing shampoos! I think that shampoo is the one thing you really have to splurge and get the good stuff. Cheap stuff is just bad for my hair!
post #42 of 51
I used pantene for years and my hair was really long, thick and shiny...
The only reason I dont use it now is that its hard to find in sweden.

occasionally a hairdresser would say not to use it, for all sorts of reasons, but I figured it was probably just so that I would buy their brands instead - I always had great hair with it so I didnt change. Also I'm a student, so salon ones are a bit pricey for me right now

I have Sunsilk care and repair shampoo right now - I dont know if I like it yet..
post #43 of 51
I am currently using the pantene brunette expressions...I love it! I had to switch from the thermasilk because every so often you are supposed to switch them out, or they are less effective. The conditioner usually lasts me awhile because I only apply it to my ends, not the roots of my hair everytime.
So, for now, its pantene. Who knows what I will use next.
post #44 of 51
I really like the Neutrogena shampoos/conditioners I don't use salon brands b/c frankly I never found one that done anything any different form the drugstore brands. I've tried them all. I have a ton of different shampoos/conditioners in my shower, I use them depending on mood. Shampoo/conditioner pairs I have right now are:
Pantene Smooth & Sleek
Fructis
Brilliant Brunette
Citre Shine
Neutrogena
Dove
Finesse

You can HARDLY get around in my shower, that's why Shy never gets in mine, he always uses the hall bathroom shower
post #45 of 51
Garnier Fructis, but I really like the Joico lne you can buy at the salons better.. I'm sad that I can't afford it.. (oddly, thouhg jason uses the Paul Mitchell tea tree stuff..)
post #46 of 51
I haven't found "the one" for me yet. Right now I'm using Aussie Dual Pursonality because it claims to balance the PH and I thought that sounded nice. I don't really like it.

Do you people that get them off ebay ever worry they're expired or that someone mixed in some cheaper shampoo with it or anything? I've thought about ordering some off ebay, but I was worried about that.
post #47 of 51
I've been using one shampoo and it's matching conditioner for a year now. I did switch off on occasion because I was curious as to some of the newer stuff coming out for redheads; however, the ONLY thing that works for my hair is Neutragena Cream Lather shampoo (called "Triple Moisture"). The matching conditioner is called Triple Moisture as well but it says "daily deep conditioner" on it. It's awesome stuff!

Both the shampoo & conditioner have Olive, Meadowfoam and Sweet Almond extracts in them... stuff I know that works cuz I bought the essential oils off eBay and used them 'neat' --- direct on my skin & hair.

My hair type is thick, naturally curly (a spiral curl) and very very picky about stuff.
post #48 of 51
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Thanks for sharing everyone! Keep em coming.

As for buying off ebay. I dont worry because I always pay with paypal. and you get a buyers protection guarntee on that. and I only buy product thatis new and sealed
post #49 of 51
Bed Head moisturizing shampoo
post #50 of 51
We use Suave most of the time, but right now we're trying out Dove's line of hair care products.
post #51 of 51
Joico, it is goood
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