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20-03-2006
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I'm always in and out of pricey vs. cheaper shampoos and conditioners - but the best I have found for me has been Aveda's Sap Moss Shampoo and Conditioner.

It is cleansing, without being drying, and softening without being waxy. Just the perfect combination for my hair which is fragile and sometimes dry.

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21-03-2006
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head and shoulders, it leaves my hair silky, smooth and shiny
It's the same for me it suits my hair,I used before many but now I know what my hair likes:

shampoo: Head&shoulders and L'oréal.

Conditioner: Pantène Pro V,the best one.

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herbal essences fruit fusions. smells SO GOOD.

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27-03-2006
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L'Oreal has a superb conditioner that comes with its dye kits. Unfortunately, I don't believe it's sold separately.

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Kerastase is the best! Bit pricey but you only need to use a little each time.

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27-03-2006
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Kerastase is the best! Bit pricey but you only need to use a little each time.
I agree! I just started using the Volumactive line and it works wonders for my fine hair

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04-04-2006
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i am using Jason organic shampoo from Whole Foods
and its great
i am using for moisturizing , smells like peaches
and conditioner too is great

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05-04-2006
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not paeches, apricot.. sorry

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11-04-2006
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anybody try any of the dry shampoos out there? i'm one of the lucky ones ( ) blessed w/oily scalp and dry ends which means i have to wash my hair everyday if i don't wanna look like i dipped my head in a vat of oil (sorry...i know that's gross). i'm thinking a dry shampoo might be the solution. i know that klorane and bumble & bumble make some.

any advice/recommendations?

I would go for a clarifying shampoo rather than one that is drying. You don't want to end up on the other end of the spectrum with dried out hair! When I lived in a dorm with hard icky water, I used clarifying shampoos from companies like L'Oreal, Herbal Essence, Victoria's Secret which all seemed to give just enough moisture, but keep my hair clean as well.

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^i think vintage chick means dry shampoo, which is like a powder that you put on your roots so that you dont need to fully shampoo. be careful because sometimes, if your hair is darker than blonde, the dry shamps can make the hair look grey. my reccomendation is klorane.

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I use Head and Shoulders and aussie 3 min deeep conditioner, VO5 conditioner and sometimes ausie shampoos. Sometimes I'll switch shampoos but I stick with the same brands.

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I tried Aveda Rosemary Mint Shampoo and it is probably about the worst shampoo I have ever used

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I'm simply smitten with Kerastase Oleo Relax ( the entire set ) Love the fragrance, love the defrizzing effect! The best

Alternatives would be...Loreal Professionel products, and Alberto Culver

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I Kerastase the most then Sunsilk and Dove.

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I have to use SLS-free shampoos otherwise I get the most dreadful psoriasis. Right now I'm loving Loreal Elvive and Garnier.

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