(Closed) Fine hair (shampoo/conditioner)

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
4275 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I have fine hair and I found that actually Head n’ Shoulders works great for me. You can try that.

Post # 4
275 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

My hair didn’t tame itself until I said goodbye to sodium laurate (I think that’s the chemical)

Of course that puts you into products like aveda/sexy hair but you might be able to find some natural or organic shampoos that are not salon quality.  


Post # 5
373 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I just bought the new Pantene aqua light its awesome my hair feels so soft and bouncy 🙂

Post # 6
8883 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

I have fine hair and blonde as well, my ends are damaged from colouring. I saw a thread on here a couple of weeks ago and someone suggested Sulphate free shampoo/conditioner.

I went on Sephora’s website and ordered Shampoo and Conditioner from the brand Carol’s Daughter. It’s a mint scenting (very strong) but it works VERY well. Best ones I’ve ever tried. I’m definitely buying more!

Post # 8
2699 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

My sister has fine hair and the Aveda volumising shampoo is good. They also have a columising powder for once the hair’s dry that is amazing!!

Post # 10
2893 posts
Sugar bee

I’ve tried almost every brand out there and after a couple months everything would dry up and be horrible again. I have your hair and the only thing that has worked for me was Loreal Sulfate Free products. ALSO, and this is VERY important, you need to be using a conditioning treatment as well. Your hair feels dry because it’s literally thirsty. If you aren’t already, only wash it every 2-3 days and after each wash you’ll want to use a conditioning treatment that won’t weigh your hair down. Right now I’m switching between Moroccan Oil (though pure argan oil is better), Steiner Rehab Therapy for Damaged Hair, and Phytokarit Ultra Nourishing Mask after each wash. When you wash you strip out the oils and these products help restore that moisture. But because you have fine hair make sure you’re only applying it to the lengths and ends, not the roots. Shampoo and conditioner are important, but for fine dry hair it’s important to give it an extra boost with regular deep conditioning. 

Post # 11
1306 posts
Bumble bee

Oh my gosh I feel like I’ve tried every shampoo.  I have fine hair.  Lately I’ve been using Aussi – the kind used to be called “Cleanse N Mend,” but they recently changed the name – I know it’s something with cleansing.  It smells great and doesn’t weigh down my hair.

Post # 12
102 posts
Blushing bee

I agree with getting rid of the sodium laureth sufate (and all sulfates for that matter). L’Oreal has a sulfate free line that is fairly inexpensive and is working really well for me. I got my hair highlighted recently and bought the salon stuff and my hair freaked out. Went back to the sulfate-free and washing 2 maybe 3 times a week and my hair is much better. I also have fine hair and it’s given it much more body and it styles a lot easier, meaning it doesn’t just fall limp.

I also agree with the deep conditioning, though I use Aussie 3 Minute Miracle. It’s sulfate free and smells good too.

Post # 13
51 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I have really fine (but not blonde) hairI highly suggest just trying Sebastian Volupt (formerly known as Sebastian Body Double). It’s on the pricier side, but I have also seen it at stores like TJ Maxx and Ross on occasion for about 12 bucks for the giant liter size. 

Post # 14
886 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I have super fine hair that’s prone to frizziness. I now swear by L’Oreal’s Eversleek line. Sulfate free and reasonably priced. Win!

Post # 15
330 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I use head and shoulders shampoo and 2-3 times a week I use 3 minute miracle from Aussie


I have very very find brown hair

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