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    I've heard really good things about the range by Davines. I'm going to give them a try next time I need some more shampoo and conditioner.

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    This is pricy but the absolute bomb for damaged hairIMG_1482990461.464524.jpg

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    I also use Kerastase and love it, have just changed recently from Shu Uemera which is also awesome. Expensive, but you only need a tiny amount, a bottle of shampoo lasted me more than a year.
    http://shuuemuraartofhair.com.au

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    I've recently been using wella SP shampoo and mask. I use the mask, which comes in a tub, as my conditioner (rather than the actual conditioner from that brand) as I have colour mixed into it to make my hair colour last longer. My hair has felt so nice ever since I started using it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    @Mod-Uniquey because it's all about the scent, the CPR intensive treatment that I posted earlier smells absolutely delicious! It's a mix between blueberries and bubblegum. The scent sticks around for a few washes too.
    Oooh I'll have to have a whiff, gah, I'm turning into a hair product collector! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Oooh I'll have to have a whiff, gah, I'm turning into a hair product collector! Lol
    So am I! It doesn't help that I haven't had to take so much consideration in to hair products for years.

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    I've got fine curly hair (fluffy and unruly), that really just does whatever it wants. I found the bleach really hits it hard if I don't use decent products. I'm currently using the KMS shampoo and conditioner for blonde hair - seems to be working relatively well. I've also used the blue di lorenzo shampoo and conditioner which worked wonderfully. The Wella SP products have been perfect for my hair - was using shampoo, conditioner and the mask. It was brilliant. But I've run out and it can be pretty expensive.
    I was using the di lorenzo straightening spray for a while, but have recently swapped to something else I can't remember. And I've always struggled to find something to keep my curls in decent shape without the frizz, that doesn't weigh my hair down and make it greasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBug'sMum View Post
    I also use Kerastase and love it, have just changed recently from Shu Uemera which is also awesome. Expensive, but you only need a tiny amount, a bottle of shampoo lasted me more than a year.
    http://shuuemuraartofhair.com.au
    Shu uemera is great too, my hairdresser uses it and always tries to sell it to me but it's so expensive. I wash my hair every day .

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    I have been alternating between these 2 brands the last week and using the leave in oil serum from the luxe oil brand and the treatment from the Make brand and have noticed a huge difference! My hair is no longer dry and frizzing out everywhere!
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    Hi ladies

    After recommendations for oily hair. The couple months my hair has started to go oily (hate it). So washing my hair every second day instead of 4 days. Still bf ds so it has to do with that.

    Any good brands of shampoo/conditioner that you use I should try


 

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