Post # 1
I was cruising eBay and found one of my favorite shampoos and conditioners in a gallon for $75. So basically 2 gallons (1 shampoo, 1 conditioner) for $75.
It’s Big Sexy Hair, which is normally pretty expensive.
Would it be worth it to order such a large quantity?
Post # 3
It’s worth it to me. I buy mine at the beauty supply store by the gallon and refill little bottles that I keep in the shower. Darling Husband thinks I’m crazy but I love barely ever having to buy it!
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
Do it! When you find a product you love and it’s cheaper than buying a regular-sized bottle, I say it’s more than worth it. I buy the larger ones from Aveda because it saves a little money than buying the normal size.
Post # 5
I do that! I use soooo much conditioner, and if I buy smaller containers I feel like i am constantly running out. Plus it’s cheaper in bulk.
Post # 6
If you have the space to store it, that sounds great!
Post # 7
Go for it! I used to do that all the time!
Post # 8
I have about a year’s supply (at least) of shampoo and conditioner in our hall closet. 🙂 Go for it, if you’re sure you’ll still like it in that long.
Post # 9
Do it! It’s totally worth it. I have a couple liter bottles of my conditioner. Seriously worth it when you can get a great deal on them.
Post # 10
If you know you are going to continue using this brand, then do it! If I know I really like a shampoo/conditioner and plan to use it for a while, I always buy the biggest container they have so I don’t have to keep going to the store.
Post # 11
I’ve bought liters before and thought it was worth it. Although by the time I got to the end of the bottle I was ready for a change!
Post # 12
Be cautious that you can use any color enhancing shampoo/conditioner before it expires. Some straightening or volumizing shampoos/conditioners have a shelf life too, depending on the ingredients.