Anyway, I'll share with you my favourite shampoos. My hair meets the oily/greasy criteria, if you suffer from this, then this post is for you. But don't fear - thin and coloured hair types, I will cover those too.
As it's the only shampoo I use (except Moroccanoil Shampoo & Conditioner occasionally, post here) I buy the Aveda Scalp Benefits Shampoo 1000ml bottle, it's pricey but it doesn't contain rubbish chemicals that you find in supermarket brands, I honestly think that shampoo is not a product that you should compromise on. If you're a dude and you by so happen to be reading my girly Blog, (awesome), I would recommend any of the Aveda Hair Range to you, depending on your hair type.
For thin/limp hair, I've had a nosey posey around on how to volumise and thicken hair, for a high street brand, any of the Pantene Pro V range is pretty good and does the trick. I've also discovered that Aussie Shampoo is great for pre-curling and has a great yummy smell.
For coloured/dyed hair and back in my ginger-to-brown-to-purple hair days, I used to use Kerastase Riche Shampoo, it was great for keeping the relationship between the rainbow and my locks happy, whilst maintaining long term hair health.
A message for Goldilocks, if you're out there and reading this, let me know how the above products work for you, I have porridge.
Location: Andrew Whittaker Studios, Manchester City Centre, UK
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