Shampoo & Conditioner Dilemma!

Forums 2. Makeup and Beauty Shampoo & Conditioner Dilemma!

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  • #85252
    VijetaNagar VijetaNagar 
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    #85252

    Hi guys,
    i am here to talk about my most irritating problem today.. need help!

    i am in ahmedabad and water here is so so bad that my hair have turned frizzy, hard, rough.. and what not.
    i straightened my hair twice in 4 years just so that they look neat and managed, but dont want to do it anymore now. so i am in a look out for a good shampoo as nothing works here.. even freshly washed hair look so bad and non-fresh. i have been experimenting with many brands and everytime i buy a shampoo the SA forces me to but same brand’s conditioner. cause of this i have so many conditioner lying as i dont use them freq at all. and whenever i tell the SA that i dont need a conditioner as i have so many already she is like “no no no” dont ever do that ..
    i just cannot keep on buying conditioners like this which i dont even use.
    Is her reaction just ??? do i really need to stick to shampoo – conditioner combo!??
    pl help ladies :headbang: :headbang: :headbang:

  • #85254
     Saloni_fizzy sparkles 
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    #85254

    No I do not follow this rule at all… for exaple my hair is coloured and damaged.. so I use the shampoo for coloured hair and conditioner for damaged hair and it works really well :high5: :high5:

  • #85258
    ShikhaSS ShikhaSS 
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    #85258

    I never do what SAs tell me. You don’t have to use a shampoo and conditioner combo for best results. I also use different products and they work well for me. You must also include a deep conditioning or repairing mask in your hair care regimen. Also, some more tips for you:

    7 Tips for Washing Hair in Hard Water

    Don't Worry, Be Sexy! ;)

  • #85292
    ArpitaNandi ArpitaNandi 
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    #85292

    I used to have ‘Sai Baba hair’, as people used to call it earlier. It was frizzy and unmanageable, up until three years ago. I switched to a very very mild herbal shampoo, and on the first day I used it, I skipped conditioner just to see how the shampoo fared. Surprisingly, my hair stayed soft and manageable until my next hair wash. Also, I make it a point to do a proper coconut-oil (sometimes mixed with olive & mustard oils) once every week, or at least every fortnight. Now, even if I skip oil occasionally, or go for a strong clarifying shampoo one or two times, my hair behaves well. So I say, give the chemical conditioner a miss for a while, and switch to coconut oil and mild shampoo.

    If that does not work for you, you can try what many girls in Bangalore do- use Bisleri to wash their hair. It is an expensive process, but they insist it works for them.

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