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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    I've tried quite a few different brands and have found they either make my hair brittle and frizzy or make my scalp really oily. What's your favorite? Can anyone recommend anything they've found is a fail safe?

    I have very thick hair that can be prone to frizziness. Any advice on hair products you could recommend would be greatly appreciated!

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    My favorite is DeLorenzo products, in particular the one is the purple bottle (not sure what it's called!) you can buy it at hair dressers or hairhouse warehouse. My hair feels so silky and awesome afterwards and the smell is so nice! It is expensive but it does last a while as you only need to use a little bit!

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    I have thick hair too, the best I've ever used is Kerastase. It's a bit expensive though but it works.

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    I use moo goo for myself and my kids. Love it

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    I have thick, long and frizzy hair too and the only thing that works for me is Kerastase or L'oreal Professional Absolut Repair

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    I also just used argan oil from Aldi $10 and it's great!

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    Kerastase. It's pricey but worth it imo.

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    In not sure about the shampoos etc as my hair hates all of them but I use a small amount of macadamia oil one a week after I have towel dried my hair and it helps with dryness and frizz. Just use a small amount otherwise it will make you hair go oily. My hair is shoulder length and thick and I use a drop about the size of a 5 cent piece. Love it. Is a bit pricey but a little goes a hell of a long way and I still haven't finished the bottle I bought a year ago. In fact I am a long way off!

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    Joico silk result for fine hair. I have heaps of hair with a lot of body/ frizz and find the one for thick hair is too heavy for me. I get it online at strawberrynet

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    Default Shampoo and conditioner, any recommendations?

    Oh and also the think pink hair straightener is awesome. Great price Australian made and it makes my hair straight with no frizz for a couple of days ( my hair is horrible) I told the hairdresser I used a straighter daily and he didn't believe
    Me because there was not damage! I was preparing for a lecture !!

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