Post # 1
- Wedding: October 2014 - UK
So last week I went to the hair dresser for the first time since before Christmas (I know, I know). I got a bit of a telling off because a) I’d not been in months and months, and b) I’d been using high-street brand name shampoo and conditioner which apparently hadn’t been doing my hair any good at all.
Since it was pay day, and dangit I do want nice hair really I just get forgetful, I bought some Orofluido shampoo, conditioner and hair oil because they had a sale on. And it’s GREAT, it really is! My hair is super duper soft still.
But man is it ever expensive. Can anyone recommend anything similar that’s a bit less pricey?
Post # 3
@chronicwhimsy: I’m not familiar with the brand you mentioned (and i’m not in the uk)- but i can reccomend some good natural hair care products that you might be able to find over there?
I have very fine hair, and use only natural products with no sulfates. Also, my hair does not like using the same products over and over- I have a few on hand, and rotate daily.
Alterna- they have a great Bamboo line- any of those would be great. I use them all.
Dr. Bronner- I only use this once in awhile, but it really moisturizes my hair- can be heavy if you don’t use it correctly, but I love! You can use it for anything!!
WEN- again, not for use everyday, IMO- but great.
Post # 4
I love Wen..and it detangles my hair like a dream.
Post # 5
I’ve been using Lush products (curly wurly shampoo and American cream conditioner) for the last month or so and I definitely think my hair is in better condition. Plus it smells really nice. I find that most store bought conditioners have silicones which make your hair look nice temporarily but don’t do anything for the actual condition.