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sierraw asked:

19 Jan 2012

Hair Products

What kind of hair products do you use? I used to use Pantene and my hairdresser said that it's really bad for your hair... so I switched shampoo/conditioner to Paul Mitchell and have tried different styling products. The shampoo/conditioner are great, but I don't like the way my styling products make my hair feel waxy. Anyone have recommendations? I have curly hair so usually use a mousse on my wet hair, gel & hairspray once it's dried... and the Pantene products were fine, but the more expensive ones are the ones I'm having problems with.

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mylovestar

mylovestar says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

the number 1 rule is that you dont buy the most expensive but then you dont buy the really cheap 1. the really expensive 1s eg pantene have products that make your hair really greasy. And really cheap products arnt going to do that good either. I use a mid priced great shampoo, heres a couple of links to some great hair products

http://www.boots.com/en/Aussie-Luscious-Long-Hair-Shampoo_38752/
this shampoo is quite expensive but is great iff you have frizzy hair

http://www.boots.com/en/Simple-Gentle-Care-Shampoo-200ml_854466/
a great shampoo if your needs some tlc and cheaper

if your hair is curly it can get out of control use this before you put heat on it or mouse
http://www.superdrug.com/aussie/aussie-3-minute-miracle-frizz-remedy-deep-treatment-20ml/invt/431605/&bklist=

hope this helps x

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

I used to use Paul Mitchell and it was okay. But about five years ago, my stylist recommend I try hair and skin products from Aubrey Organics AND THE SALON DIDN'T EVEN SELL THEM !!!
http://www.aubrey-organics.com/custom.aspx?id=8

They're all natural and organic and most are vegan approved. And there is a full range of products to choose from depending on your hair, season, etc. (I normally use the camomile volumizing products, but they're all good). They're also not real expensive, about $10 each.

Not sure where you live, but if you're in the U.S. you can get some of them at Whole Foods Markets. But you can get any of them online.

Check out the website. I think you'll like them.

ravenousgirl1

ravenousgirl1 says:

Posted on 21 Jan 2012

All drugstore hair products are bad for your hair, no matter what anyone says, they are cheaper for a reason.. they got cheaper ingrediants in there. I get all my hair stuff from sallys beauty supply, hairspray, straightners, brushes, shampoo etc you usually get what you pay for. I like diamond shine hairspray. For shampoos/condtioner just look around, and if you have a sallys near you, look the store up online and looks at diffrent products reviews, to see which other people like the best.
If you dont have a sallys, try to find a local beauty supply store. If you still cant find one, or cant affrord it, i reccomened using tresemme.

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