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27-07-2005
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The three minute miracle is really great.
i can vouch for this!!!!

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I use tresemme clairfying shampoo and dove conditioner but I picked up a tub (literally) of cholesterol conditioner in the ethnic section of walmart and it makes my hair look amazing- soft and perfectly curly with no frizz and not greasy. I must go look at the name! My twin used it on her hair and it made her have perfect waves... it!

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28-07-2005
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Aubrey Organics

You can get from Whole Foods. It is completely natural, with no chemicals. It is all organic.

My hairdresser says my hair is in the best condition she has ever seen, and she has been doing my hair for years. I have tried practically every other brand and nothing compares.

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28-07-2005
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I used to use Clinique Hair Care but they don't sell it anymore

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i recently returned to L'Oreal - after using and trying lots of expensive ones (including clinique, lancome, .....) - and it's really the best! Fructis is good as well (the hair masks)....
dove is the one i would avoid. use 99 cent products instead and you get the same results.

i haven't tried aveda yet, but it sounds pretty good....

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28-07-2005
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At the moment, Ocar Blandi Crema shampoo and conditioner.
I switch to a different brand/kind whenever they run out though. I want to try the Kerastase! I have heard wonderful things.

Kel----I believe you can get Kerastase products at Drugstore.com--some of the line at least.

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30-07-2005
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Kerastase
Shampoo & Conditioner both #1

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30-07-2005
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garnier fructis, the advertising worked enough for me to use it

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31-07-2005
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i use tigi the frizz control (green shampoo and conditioner) and my hair has imporved a lot!!its s a bit expensive compared to pantene of fructis but i always seems to find them on sale and think that 10$ for a liter of shampoo is not that bad. they have seriuolsy help witht the frizz and it does seem to straighten my hair a bit as it says!(unbeliavle that it does what it says!)

really happy with it

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head and shoulders, it leaves my hair silky, smooth and shiny

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01-08-2005
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For Aveda products: I was told to use Sap Moss.
After I finish my favorite: Goldwell's Shampoo and Conditioning treatment for highlighted hair I may switch to that. My other favorite conditior is the Ultra deep mask by Framesi, it does amazing things.

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i really love the smell of RALPH LAUREN's hair line but really addicted to the way Redken's All Soft leaves my hair feeling.

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I read somewhere that if you have dry hair then you shouldnt use conditioner...does anyone know if thats true or not??

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i heard that if you have oily hair you shouldn't use conditioner, but then i asked one of the ladies at my salon and she said everyone should use it even if it's just ont he ends..

so i'm not too sure about that one.

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