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13-11-2009
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Dull dark hair!
Hey all. Need some hair help! My hair is dyed very dark brown/black, but it just looks so dull and is very flat. What shampoo/conditioner/products could I use to give it some life back?? I love Kim Kardashian's hair, always looks so healthy and soft.
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14-11-2009
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I myself have been neglecting my hair due to sheer laziness but I would recommend MOP Aveda and bumble & bumble, all are excellent brands.
Remember to have regular trims, use intensive condish once a week, eat food rich in silica and omega 3,6 and 9 fats. Also if its looking dull, an apple cider vinegar rinse does wonders

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Terax Crema Conditioner, Kerastase Oleo Relax Serum, Frederick Fekkai Glossing Mist & Pantene 3 Minute Miracle are all hair products that I swear by!

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Kerastase products are great! I'd also recommend coconut oil as a deep conditioner and a clarifying shampoo if you use products with silicones.

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17-11-2009
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Try a toner. They make your hair so shiny!

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you can try avedas Black Malva shampoo and conditioner...the reviews on it were really good im thinking of trying it myself.

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19-11-2009
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Give these a try
http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...egoryId=C10471

http://www.sephora.com/browse/produc...categoryId=B70

I have dyed red hair that tends to look dull but these recharge the color and make it soft and shiny.

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I would recommend Aveda Black Malva and Body Shop Olive as they are both excellent for adding shine.

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Thanks for all the replies everyone

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also, you can do a really simple at home deep conditioner with olive oil. just leave it in 20 minutes, then shampoo.

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