Post Your Shampoo/Conditioner

quagmire

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Apr 19, 2004
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I remember there being a body wash thread, so why not shampoo/conditioner? :)

Aveda Men Pure-formance Shampoo



Aveda Men Pure-formance Conditioner

 

Transporteur

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Nov 30, 2008
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There should be more threads like these.

Pencils, sheets, condoms, toilet paper...

Why not posting everything you've got? Would be a real enrichment for the internet community!

Can somebody please call the dump truck?
 

Paul B

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Sep 13, 2007
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I used to use Paul Mitchell Tea Tree shampoo:



But now that I'm overseas I use H&S Cool Menthol shampoo



and H&S Smooth & Silky conditioner

 

bc008

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Aug 6, 2007
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Michigan

(Garnier Deep Conditioning 3 minute treatment)

I usually dont shampoo my hair as I have very coarse frizzy hair, and shampoo just strips everything from it leaving it gross. My hair is never greasy.
 

SchneiderMan

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May 25, 2008
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I tend to go with the something that catches my eye the most lol a good design of the bottle will make me purchase it.. :D But the more designed products tend to be more expensive too.
 

rdowns

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Jul 11, 2003
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It's official. We have run out of Post Your ideas so no more threads. kthxbai.
 

Shaun.P

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This is my shampoo:



"Lavender and juniper Shampoo Bar to control oily hair. Along with spots and exams, oily hair can be one of the most annoying things to torment your teenage years. Jumping Juniper cleans away grease and balances sebum production with lavender oil. Juniper sorts out an oily, congested scalp, while lemon and lime make your hair clean and shiny and give it an extra fresh scent. Juniper will get you jumping in no time."

Conditioner:


"Solid Conditioner to tame all hair types. Helen Ambrosen was the first person to make a solid conditioner work and we are mightily proud of her. She discovered that cocoa butter will slide on to your hair to make it softer, then dissolve in water to leave it shiny and smooth. Jungle feels different on your hair from liquid conditioner; in fact, until you wash it off you hardly notice it's there. It's worth getting the hang of it though, because it's great at giving hair a smoothing, detangling, fruitily scented coat of shininess. Smooth it along the length of your hair from root to tip, then rinse out like liquid conditioner. Dry your hair and your comb will slide through your former tangles like a hot knife through cocoa butter."

From Lush.
 

Flowbee

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I've been using Nancy Boy products for about a year and they're easily the best I've ever used. Super high quality ingredients, subtle but amazing fragrances. Kinda pricey, but a little goes a long way, so I'm not sure I'm spending more than I used to spend on drugstore brands.

http://www.nancyboy.com

PS - Their shaving cream is incredible.
 

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