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Old 08-02-2013, 00:58
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:03
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:15
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Yay, another shampoo thread.

I don't have a favourite.
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Old 09-02-2013, 15:23
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Yay, another shampoo thread.

I don't have a favourite
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So why bother reading and leaving a sarcastic comment then?
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:27
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So why bother reading and leaving a sarcastic comment then?
Oooh get you. FYI I wasn't being sarcastic and if you bothered to read any of the shampoo threads already on here you will see that I do not have a favourite. So up yours self nominated forum police.
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Old 10-02-2013, 14:33
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Herbal Essences. I've used their brand for over ten years.

Around once or twice a year I think "I really should try another brand - what if there's something amazing out there and I'm missing out by repeatedly buying the same thing?" so I buy something different to try but I always go back to Herbal Essences as soon as the bottle is empty (or sometimes sooner).
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Old 13-02-2013, 13:41
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Oooh get you. FYI I wasn't being sarcastic and if you bothered to read any of the shampoo threads already on here you will see that I do not have a favourite. So up yours self nominated forum police.
So, you came into a thread asking people for their favourite shampoo, just to say "I don't have a favourite". Signed, a Member of the Self Nominated Forum Police. "Here to protect against random illogical posts."

John Freida's Sheer Blonde shampoos/conditioners are great for someone like me with lots of natural blonde highlights. I expect the brunette collection is equally as good.
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Old 13-02-2013, 14:05
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Garnier Fructis (Repair & Shine) (for dry, damaged hair).
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Old 14-02-2013, 07:37
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So, you came into a thread asking people for their favourite shampoo, just to say "I don't have a favourite". Signed, a Member of the Self Nominated Forum Police. "Here to protect against random illogical posts."

John Freida's Sheer Blonde shampoos/conditioners are great for someone like me with lots of natural blonde highlights. I expect the brunette collection is equally as good.
Actually I came into the thread to see if anyone recommended something not mentioned in the other shampoo threads. I have terrible trouble with shampoos, some just make my hair feel like straw and some stop working as well as they have done after a few washes. THATS why I posted in this thread and the others.
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Old 14-02-2013, 12:31
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Lee Stafford's colour care. well, the whole range tbh.
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Old 14-02-2013, 14:12
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Actually I came into the thread to see if anyone recommended something not mentioned in the other shampoo threads. I have terrible trouble with shampoos, some just make my hair feel like straw and some stop working as well as they have done after a few washes. THATS why I posted in this thread and the others.
Have you ever tried organic shampoo bars? Even though they are organic they are very effective, give a nice lather and clean without stripping the hell out of your hair. Need to order a few myself actually.
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Old 14-02-2013, 17:57
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I alternate shampoos and conditioners never using the same one twice running - was advised this by a hairdresser years ago, prevents build up apparently.
I like L'oreal Elvive - hair damage ones (I have bleached and dry hair), John Frieda and Pantene for coloured hair on the go at the moment.
Often I use Aussie Moist - fantastic and smells like bubble gum
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Old 14-02-2013, 19:08
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I alternate shampoos and conditioners never using the same one twice running - was advised this by a hairdresser years ago, prevents build up apparently.
I like L'oreal Elvive - hair damage ones (I have bleached and dry hair), John Frieda and Pantene for coloured hair on the go at the moment.
Often I use Aussie Moist - fantastic and smells like bubble gum
I use the same conditioner for weeks on end sometimes. A decent clarifying shampoo will take care of any build up.
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Old 14-02-2013, 20:14
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Old 14-02-2013, 20:50
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My favouritest one ever was one for brunettes by Timotei.. But seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth!

I've since started using Dove 2-in-1. It leaves my hair so soft!
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Old 14-02-2013, 22:56
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Old 15-02-2013, 09:25
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Actually I came into the thread to see if anyone recommended something not mentioned in the other shampoo threads. I have terrible trouble with shampoos, some just make my hair feel like straw and some stop working as well as they have done after a few washes. THATS why I posted in this thread and the others.
You can take your rolls eyes elsewhere. I often go into a thread looking for inspiration, recommendations and suchlike as do many I expect, but it is possible to read without posting you know. So if someone picks you up on a post that makes no sense in relation to the question being asked, you'll have to suck it up as it does look daft.
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Old 20-02-2013, 17:40
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Dr Organic vitamin E shampoo and conditioner. From Holland & Barrett.
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