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For your....hair

Posted Dec 13 2012 10:04pm

At any given time I have 2-3 different types of shampoos and conditioners in the shower.  I like to mix it up to keep my hair feeling soft and not dull.  Some of my choices are oldies and I have added some new ones into my rotation.  I like to try different options for a lot of reasons; different price ranges to see if the more expensive really is better, do I feel a difference in the texture and cleanliness of my hair, does the color really last longer with special color products?  Here are a few of my favorites...


Mid-priced. Biolage Color Care 33.8 oz, $24.55. I love the smell, leaves hair feeling  lightweight, and tangle-free.


Inexpensive option,12.7 ounces, $5.75. Recommended by Glamour magazine.  The smell is wonderful, leaves hair feeling smooth, great price point. and adds shine to hair.


Most expensive.  16 ounces, $39.  This is my favorite shampoo/conditioner product overall.  It keeps my color lasting, leaves hair feeling clean, helps repair damaged hair, and the smell is amazing.  Since it is so expensive I only use it a few times a week to make it last longer.


Moderately priced.  You can usually score a good deal on this product online or at Ulta. 33.8 ounces, at $31.99.   Great smelling product and helps to keep color lasting.


Inexpensive. 10.2 ounces, at $4.75.  I have been using this leave-in conditioner everyday for 3 years.  It helps to detangle, adds shine, softens, and makes hair more manageable.  One bottle goes a very long way!

Have you heard of soap.com ?  You can order almost all of these products from soap.com or beautybar.com ( one of their affiliate websites), along with anything else you can dream of and it ships for free over $49. 

 Do you have a favorite shampoo/conditioner combo?  Please share, I love trying new products!

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