Post # 1
The hair bees gave me some great recommendations for blue shampoo to minimize the brassy tones in my hair. Now I’m looking for recommendations for a high quality everyday shampoo that isn’t crazy expensive and can be found at Sallys or Ulta. I currently use Suave Professionals and colorist almost passed out when I told her, hahaha.
I have pretty normal hair, a little on the oily side. Straight brunette with blond highlights, medium thickness.
Recommendations?? Thanks 🐝🐝🐝!
Post # 2
I was using Paul Mitchell, but recently switched to Abba. 100% vegan, all natural, sulfate free. LOVE IT!
This is sold at Ulta, I use the volumizing because I have fine hair.
Post # 3
This isn’t from the places you suggested but i am a huge fan of this kind from costco. I think for the both of them together it’s about $25-30. They are big bottles and last a long time especially for me since I only wash my hair 2-3 times a week. I did not like the one I got from ultra.
Post # 4
I use the kinky curly shampoo. $12 at Target and sulfate free!!
Post # 5
L’Oreal makes a sulfate free shampoo that you can find at grocery stores and at Target.
I also like Aveeno sulfate free shampoo but I can only find it on Amazon now.
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Post # 8
Organix/OGX shampoos and conditioners are sulfate and paraben free 🙂
Post # 9
I’ve used L’Oréal Everpure for years and love it.
Post # 10
I second the organix line of shampoos and conditioners. Love them.
Post # 11
I don’t know how much you want to spend, but I use the Briogeo Repair line and it’s amazing! I highly recommend the deep conditioner if you’re looking for one at any point!
Post # 12
I just bought Redken Color Extend Magnetics Sulfate Free at Ulta on a whim and I love it. I think I got the liter onsale and with their coupon for like 14 bucks.
Post # 13
I don’t know the price offhand, but Aveeno makes sulfate-free shampoo which is probably pretty cheap.
I personally have been using Ion (I color treat my hair too), and it’s at Sally’s for $7-8. I like it so far, but haven’t used it enough to know if it’s good.
As for other brands, I usually swear by Joico and Redken. I haven’t tried their sulfate-free shampoos, but those brands work great with my bleached hair in general. I take that as a good sign!