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09-11-2003
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Aveda Brilliance line. The entire line is great for the hair.

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12-11-2003
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Im cheap, I like Bedhead Gogo green bottle!

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Aveda Brilliance line. The entire line is great for the hair.
Where can u buy Aveda?

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13-11-2003
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There is an aveada store in my mall and my salon also carries Aveda products. If you can't find them, check out aveda.com

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15-11-2003
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I have fried and dyed my hair beyond belief, and Garnier Frutis has been the least expensive, and most effective shampoo and conditioner I have used.

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I have always used 'Outragious' up until a couple months ago. Then I was using the Dove shampoo now everytime i need a new shampoo I grab a different kind. But i do have a citrus kind right now it comes in a bright floresent green bottle, that seems to be working for me at the moment. Now i am not going to say that it will work for you, but i will say that at the moment it is turning my crank. Just a tid-bit of info for ya as well....It smells really good too and lets face it that is just an added bonus as well

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My friend was telling me how she uses coconut oil on her natural tight curls and it makes them sooo shiny and it separates the squiggles - just love that!

Me . . . I have thick really long light brown hair that I've never died only hilighted this past summer. Right now I'm thinking it's too long at almost 3'!! Anyway, my shampoos MUST:
a) moisturize and smooth - Pantene ProV Smooth and Sleek
clean away residue - Pantene Clarifying and
c) smell good - like anything from Philosophy or Suave (seriously!)

Conditioners gotta be creamy and rich.

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17-11-2003
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hi guys.

im new to the site and i just read up on all your views on shampoos and conditioners. im a hairdresser and have just qualified.

i agree with kerastase being great. it is expensive but then again you dont need a lot of it because its so concentrated and unlike other brands which are cheaper doesnt contain much detergents if any, so it doesnt tend to strip the hair of any natural properties such as oils.

i would recommend greatly the course of 5 treatments which strengthens the hair by up to 85% as this is the best treatment on the market for extremely knackered hair which as been over treated, ( coloured, over heated by excessive use of flat irons, hairdryers, tongs and other heated appliances). its about £15-20 depending on which retailer you go too, but it is god stuff. also, if you didnt want to spend an awful lot of money the tigi/catwalk/bedhead range is brilliant. it smells good and its one of the best lower priced shampoos around.

a strict word of advice to everyone. fructis may seem to be working wonders for your hair now, but wait for a few months after you change shampoos and your hair loses its moisture and radiance. fructis shampoo is one of the worst shampoo as it strips the hair totally of all its natural properties/oils and leaves it worse for wear.

in a poll of shampoos hairdressers recommended, hairdressers including nicky clarke, paul mitchell (i dont really rate his products either) beverly cobella (she knows GOOD hairdressing) paul stafford, lee stafford and many others they said this was the worst shampoo they had found on the market.

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great input, thanks winklepicker and a warm welcome to FS

i believe you on Fructis, personally i use the Korres shampoo for dry hair, their mask is also good, they have their brand new shop in London and also through harvey nicols.

from 'popular' mainstream brands, i like Dove, i also use kerastace mask instead of conditioner but i only leave it on for half to one minute.

to avoid: clinique hair washing range, the fixers are good though .

btw, i'm real proud of the texture of my hair.

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Aveda Shampure is really good !

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hmm, when i think about it my favourite products have been so far.
(this is from the time when i used to go dye my hair in paris "colorist" and christophe used ONLY her products)

this BANANA SHAMPOO. i it
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here is the link
LEONOR GREYL PRODUCTS

and the CREME AUX FLEURS is great as conditioner

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and for those who wanna know about the products

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LEONOR GREYL, THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HAIR DREAM ABOUT HER

Behind the success of the LEONOR GREYL brand, there are all the ingredients of success: the expertise of more than 35 years in hair care treatment using only natural products, the passion of healthy and glamorous hair and the most important: the love of her profession.

LEONOR GREYL is a brand, a range of hair care products, an institute, a family business, where everyone is passionate by hair beauty.
The meeting with her future husband Jean-Marie Greyl, in 1968, decided the creation of LEONOR GREYL brand.
Jean-Marie Greyl has an extraordinary knowledge in botanics. Plants have no secret for him.



Natural is not yet the fashion but it is at this time that the first products have their success and continue to have success today. The first treatments are called: PALM OIL, WHEAT GERM OIL, MAGNOLIA , HONEY SHAMPOO, CREAM OF FLOWERS…
Success is immediate. The most prestigious hairdressers of Paris and abroad grab up LEONOR GREYL products, making them a must for their most experienced clients.

LEONOR GREYL is now the brand specialist in hair treatments by using natural ingredients. Created with delicate aromas and plant extracts, the products give our hair more brilliance, more glamour and more beauty.

LEONOR GREYL has for the first time incorporated vitamins in her shampoos. The first oil that washes and cure while foaming to water contact, the Wheat Germ Oil, is signed LEONOR GREYL, the first gentle use dandruff shampoo, Propolis Treatment Bath is also LEONOR GREYL, the excellent Cream of Flowers that takes care of the driest hair is again LEONOR GREYL, the divine Mask of Jasmin, the Bamboo Shampoo for long hair is once again LEONOR GREYL.

Adored by the press, public, top models, VIP’s and beauty experts, LEONOR GREYL has received the prestigious Prize of Excellence by Marie Claire in 1999 for the brand, the Prize of Consumers and the Cosmetic News Oscar given by the professionals in the same year.

A family story...

Caroline Greyl, second generation, graduated from an international business school , proudly carries LEONOR GREYL into the 21st century. Today, under the guidance of Caroline, the brand is present in more than 450 hairdressers, in 50 department stores, 60 Sephoras and in more than 20 countries. With her American husband, biologist, chemist and plant lover, they will continue the success of this family tradition.

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Thanks so much for the info on Fructis! I never knew

I'm going to try out the Bedhead/Tigi products. I found them at a great price at a local beauty supply store.

Does anyone know how are the scents?

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the smells are lovely!!!

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im trying to grow my hair out, like the lead singer from taking back sunday

kind of hard to see here



and here



i guess its just really hard to find pictures of, its kind of like tom delonges hair in the new blink 182 video. anyway, im like halfway there now, adn i was wondering, what hair products do you recommend to keep my hair shiny and full. i have been using Bed Head Control Freak shampoo and conditioner for about a week now, and its working decent, but i was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions. i dont care how much it costs or anything, what im using now cost 25 bucks for a bottle of shampoo and conditioner which i think is pretty expensive, but if i need to pay more to have my hair look good i dont really care.

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