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25-07-2005
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herbal essences and garnier fructis

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25-07-2005
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I anything from Frederick Fekkai!!
it leaves my hair sooo silky

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26-07-2005
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Originally Posted by crazyfordior
What about Kerastase? I use this line for sun damaged hair in summer and for gently wash scalp and I find it's great. I use also Terax latte and Terax Bambini, two good shampoos. To add shine to my curly hair, I use Bumble&Bumble. Hi!!
Kerastase has some awsom products, I especially love the treatment products.

My favorite shampoo is by Alterna Life Curls Shampoo. The bottle is Uuuuuugly, it's pricey but its so great.

From : http://www.4alterna.com/



LIFE Curls Shampoo

Maintenance For Naturally Curly Hair

Features/Benefits
Gentle, moisture rich cleansing to maintain naturally curly hairContains the Elasto-Complex with Moringa Seed micro proteins to fortify weakened sections of the curl, macro silicones that work with Citrus Sandal, Cinnamon, and Myrrh Extracts to seal frayed cuticles and help eliminate dreaded "frizzies," and desaturase enzymes to help increase the flexibility or tensile strength of the hair. For stronger hair with improved elasticity
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im using bumble and bumble seaweed shampoo, its great

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everyone seems to use brands i havent even heard of!

i use head and shoulders (i have a sensitive scalp ) but i love it and find it really refreshing.


and my favourite conditioner is Aussie three minute miricale works wonders for my hair cant use it all the time thought because it makes my hair go weird if i use it too often! i use it to rescue my hair when its turning frizz city


otherwise i use any conditioner thats handy

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timotei henna copper shampoo & conditioner !
smells SO good.

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I strongly recommend Björn Axén!

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Kerastase Nutritive Bain Satin Shampoo for very dry hair
Kerastase Nutritive Masquintense hair mask


hanne, this Alterna shampoo sounds/looks great

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i use a mixture - at the moment having to use lots of purple coloured shampoos to take the yellow tones out of my hair (which I get from pollution and sun damage). Getting highlights done tomorrow though. phew. I need them

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using Paul Mitchell Awapuhi shampoo for several years, I like it a lot!

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Where are Kérastase products available for purchase?

I haven't found my holy grail shampoo or conditioner yet. I do like Aveda Brilliant shampoo and Frédéric Fekkai Glossing shampoo as well as the Glossing cream.

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Kerastase hair products are only available at the hairdresser salons -over here anyway...

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have any of you heard of Pavé professional? they have a line of shampoos with no sulfates (I think someone else also mentioned sulfates were bad for you) and a line of styling products like mousse and hair spray and all that. Anyway I'm trying out their shampoo and conditioner..they're ok, nothing special, and they smell kind of strange...so I was wondering if anyone else knew anything about them.?

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I only use Biolage... my hair has gotten much softer since I've used it.. and no split ends!

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Garnier Fructise and some Pantene Clarifying on oily days!

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