(Closed) Professional Shampoo?

posted 4 years ago in Beauty
Post # 16
571 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

weightwatchers152: I use Crack. (Crazy name, I know.) My hair stylist had been using on me for a while before I finally asked her what it was. Online is the best place to find it. (Amazon was my last buy.) I have curly/wavy hair and frizz is usually an issue. With Crack, I don’t find it to be too bad. I really like how it cleans my hair without stripping too much. Hope this helps!


Post # 17
2494 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I use Matrix Total Results, the volumizing one. It’s the only shampoo that works with my fine, greasy hair- it stays shiny but isn’t greasy or weighed down and feels clean. I buy it when Ulta has their big bottles on sale for $10

Post # 19
1054 posts
Bumble bee

My grandmother is a hairdresser and swears by Suave Professionals. After ignoring her suggestion forever, I finally decided to buy some and it truly is better than most of the expensive professional stuff I used to use. Plus, it costs $1.44 per bottle!

Post # 20
4983 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

Perhaps you can find lanza on amazon or somewhere cheaper?  I love lanza products, their repair rescue is the bomb.

Moroccan oil shampoos andconditioners are amazing too. (The ACTUAL original morrocanoil brand though).

Post # 21
893 posts
Busy bee

I personally don’t believe that “salon brands” = better, but that’s just my experience. 

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