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I LOVE AMIKA! All their hair products have the same smell and I use the clarifying Shampoo which keeps my hair from feeling greasy

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I love Amika and Macadamia hair products! They are all about natural oils, which is my number one thing when choosing a hair product. :)

YESS GIRL! Amika. 

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I used to change many shampoo and conditioners. But last  used shampoo- Dove is so comfortable for me.. no problem of hair falling and thick hair.So shining whole day.

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My favorite shampoo and conditionar are:

 

conditionar

 

1) Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Sachet

2) JOHN FRIEDA BRILLIANT BRUNETTE ENHANCING CONDITIONER

3) Kukui Conditioner

 

shampoo

 

XHC Blonde Shampoo
Viviscal Densifying Shampoo

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Forest Essentials Hair Cleanser is one of my favorite hair loss product! From the house of Forest Essentials, this is an ideal solution that prevents hair thinning, hair loss and breakage. Bhringraj promotes hair growth and reduces hair fall which makes it perfect hair growth shampoo. Shikakai infusion helps to control dandruff and promotes hair growth.

This solution doesn’t lather much, cleanses the scalp gently without hurting pH balance.

 

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Appreciate it very much intended for publishing this kind of fascinating post on shampoo and conditionar. It has definitely created me personally believe as well as I'm hoping to learn to read much more.

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I love Greymy shampoo and conditioner. The blue color line "Plumping volume". Scent is amazing and the effect of course. For my straight hair definetely helps to give volume)) Furthermore bottles are super cute, the bathroom looks more awesome :))))

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I like the Loreal Sulfate-Free line, EverStrong or EverPure. They have a more natural essential oil-type smell vs. the chemical artificial fragranced shampoos. They also leave my hair shiny, lightweight, and smooth. I switched to this shampoo when I learned that certain chemicals in shampoos and conditioners (especially conditioners!) could be causing my back and forehead breakouts. When I switched over almost 8 years ago, the breakouts subdued and I actually loved the effects on my hair. People compliment my hair's softness all the time, saying it feels like kid's hair. LOL. 

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I personally use the Art Naturals Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner The shampoo is gentle but cleans thoroughly and leaves my scalp nice and fresh.It well moisturizes without weighing my hair down; leaving it with plenty of body and great shine. You can find a review on it here https://www.theolive.com/reviews/best-volumizing-shampoo/

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I constantly use this  Pureology Hydrate Shampoo for several years .. ?without changing the traditions

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On 9/26/2017 at 9:39 PM, Naturalbeautycom said:

My favorite shampoo and conditioner is from VICHY because it covers all my needs when needed

Vichy wonderful shampoo, but I still could not pick myself up for my hair type .. My curls quickly lost their shape

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On 4/30/2014 at 8:38 AM, elizabethrose said:

I am constantly switching my shampoos and conditioners.  I hate it because I really just want to find something that works for my hair.  I sampled the PHD line from LivingProof last night though, and man, my hair is manageable and beautiful.  I was noticing that my scalp was unhappy again with the SLS in my Lush shampoo (I guess I'll reconstitute that as body wash..) but I love the PHD.  It's expensive, so I'm not super excited about that.. but I'm hoping I can cut down on the amount of times that I wash my hair if I use it!  Darn you scalp issues and amazingly unruly hair!

Hi, my dear friend
I've been using a hair straightener for a while and I've got a good result.
It is also a keratin softener. It can be said that the keratin softener of the hair is about 1,000 milliliters, but I want to give it an experience to those who have not previously used their hair to get rid of this softener, such as sodium sulfate, and damage the hair.

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Using sulfate shampoos will have the results of taking too much oil out of hair,
The sulfates in shampoos can dry  hair, making the cuticle layer stand up.
causing hair to become more frizzy, dry looking, and damaged looking on the ends"

Currently i am using Pai-Shau(Tea-Infused) which are Sulphate-free so your hair/curls will be softer, bouncier, shinier and more manageable.

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I suggest you this organic shampoo and conditioner of all time that make your hair smooth and skilly and smells great.

Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo (Zero Sulfates,Zero Parabens)

It has been two months now since i started using it. It has done some good repairing to my hair, split ends have gone, and also too less dandruff and very less hairfall.

I recommend you to try this. Yes it is expensive but totally worth it.

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I have been looking for a good shampoo for a long time and will buy several types of shampoos according to your recommendations to choose the best one, thank you.

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