Post # 1
I am currently using:
Aussie 3 minute miracle conditioner
Got2B Smooth Operator Lustre Lotion (like a leave in conditioner/balm- love it)
Nexxus mousse for volume at the roots
John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hairspray
Samy Twisted pomade spray
What about you?
Post # 3
Evertday I use:
Aussie Kid Shampoo (its a 2 in 1)
Aussie 3 min miracle too!
When I need a boost of moisture or shine I used
BedHead: Moisture Manic
Its A 10
Carol’s Daughter- leave in conditioner (smells amazing)
And I switch up what I use to style so often I can not remember anything. I never truly fall in love with anything.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
Suave shampoo or whatever cheap shit my husband bought.
Leftover conditioner from my $6 box of hairdye.
I found some Rusk straightening balm my siser got for me when she worked at a magazine.
Coconut oil and Argan oil spray.
I guess you could say I’m low maintenance. I never, EVER wear my hair down. Can’t stand it.
Post # 5
I’m doing a “hair cleanse” so to speak. Growing it out from a pixie. So I decided to try the “no poo” method and use just diluted baking soda to cleanse, diluted apple cider vinegar to rinse. It’s been about 2 weeks and I’m really happy with the results! I do use a hair dryer a few times a week.
Post # 6
Aussie Moist 2 in 1
Aussie Moist conditioner
annnnd oddly chamomile tea… works wonders on frizz and dandruff (what can I say, I live in the South 😉 anything to combat our crazy weather)
Post # 7
A mason Pearson hairbrush (i posted about it on the other splurge thread). They cost ~$160 but are well worth it. No breakage and it evenly distributes oils throughout my hair which is important since I only wash my hair 2-3x per week
Post # 8
I always switch up my shampoos, but usually rotate between Dove, MoroccanOil Extra Volume shampoo, or Herbal Essence color protecting. I try to use the MoroccanOil one more bc it’s better for my hair, but I have SO MUCH hair that I use the 30oz bottles in just a couple of weeks :-/ My favorite conditioner is Pantene’s color protecting smooth. As far as after shower products, I spray It’s a 10 in my hair when it’s wet everyday, then I use the MoroccanOil light oil. I’m convinced I’d shrivel up and die without the It’s a 10 & the MO oil ;). I wash my hair every single day, sometimes 2x a day depending how many times I shower. I have very, very, thick, straight hair.
Post # 9
I have a very short pixie cut, so I use whatever shampoo and conditioner is cheap at the grocery store and smells good. I own a very fancy hair goo for making piece-y spikey-ness, but don’t use it often.
I dye my hair with henna, but I might stop doing that because it’s getting to be kind of a pain… DH likes it though, so… I dunno…
Post # 10
Pureology hydrate shampoo and conditioner
Equave leave in conditioner
Moroccan oil light
Occassionally aveda texturizing spray
If curly, aveda phomollient
If straight, blow dry and flat iron with aveda shine spray and hairspray
Post # 11
I am currently using:
Wen…as my shampoo/conditioner (love this stuff)
Moroccan oil light (to tame my tresses)
Tigi Rockaholic dry shampoo (for a root lifter)
If I don’t let my hair air dry, I use a Chi dryer & flat iron.
Post # 12
My shampoo and conditioner are both Pantene. The type varies (usual “daily moisture renewal” or “anti-breakage”). After I shower, I use Moroccan Oil on my hair (which I love!!), then blow dry it, and straighten it with my straightener.
Post # 13
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
I only use three products: Tresemme Shampoo & Conditioner, and Natural Instincts Demi-Permanent Hair Dye. I find that less is more and since it’s so humid here in FL 9+ months out of the year, hairsprays and gels and mousses tend to just cause my hair to frizz and then stick into an even worse style. I am hopeless when it comes to actually styling my hair so if I need a complicated or special style I book an appointment and have it professionally styled.
Post # 14
old school herbal essences
paul mitchell super skinny serum
and my BELOVED mason pearson brush!
Post # 15
I use Redkin color lock shampoo and conditioners! Love it!
I also use Moroccan oil lite- it’s great for the frizzy strands:))
Post # 16
- Wedding: May 2014 - Madison, WI
Loreal EverSleek Shampoo & Conditoner
L’Oreal Advanced Haircare Total Repair 5 Damage Erasing Balm
Aveda Damage Remedy
Matrix Argan Oil
Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum
John Freida Straight Fixation
John Frieda Three Day Straight
Treseme Heat Protectant Spray or John Freida Dream Cream (discontinued)
My hair is super thick, frizzy, straight, curly, wavy, basically with no products I look like I stuck my finger in an electrical socket. I spent many years wearing my hair only in ponytails or buns, anything up where I could hide the giant frizz ball. It took years to make my hair look like I just have naturally straight hair and for it not to take hours to style.