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corri asked:

01 Jul 2010

good thickening shampoo

I want to buy a good thickening shampoo but not too pricey, any suggestions?



vanillabb says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2010

I suggest got2b fat-tastic moose =] , i recently bought it & my hair looks instantly thicker after I blowdry .. it's amazing! .. usually my hair is sooo thin that if I don't use any product in it my ears tend to poke out ( & thier notg big or anything =p)

It's only like 10$ .. most shampoos won't do the trick .. very hard to find & expensive .


jwlover4ev says:

Posted on 01 Jul 2010

Ok best thickening shampoo I have ever used is jhirmack nutri-body volumizing shampoo. It makes my hair sooooooo big. I LOVE IT. Onlt con is most of the time you have to buy it online good thing is it's only $5! You should really try it out. It works.


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 02 Jul 2010

honestly, i don't think there's a shampoo that can help i n thickening the hair o.o, there's volumizing shampoo, and ones that can give the illusion of thickness by coating the hair follicles and increasing the surface area of the strands, but if you really want thicker hair, just keep your hair healthy and moisturized and massage the scalp for bloodflow, to increase the follicle/strand growth and stay away from anything damaging such as heat, this will help more strands to grow , as you retain your older hair strands and then your hair will get thicker that's all o.o"


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 02 Jul 2010

nana's right. there really isn't such a thing as a shampoo that literally thickens hair but rather adds volume to it. hence, makes it look thicker. i'm not quite sure what brand works best since i'm naturally big-haired. lol! although a friend raves about Garnier Fructis Fortifying shampoo. you can try that. and she says putting in some mousse while hair is still damp would help too.

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