Hair Products!

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    Oct 18, 2009 1:00 AM GMT
    1) What kind of hair do you have (fine, curly, thick, thin, wavy, oily, dry, etc)

    2) What is your hair cleaning routine (shampoo, condition, blow-dry, towel-dry, straightener, etc)?

    3) What product(s) do you use?

    4) What effect(s) does each product have (provide texture, hardens, maintains shape, waxyiness, etc)?


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    Oct 18, 2009 11:17 AM GMT
    1) What kind of hair do you have (fine, curly, thick, thin, wavy, oily, dry, etc)
    I have mixed textured hair.wavy,curly,coarse,dry hair.




    2) What is your hair cleaning routine (shampoo, condition, blow-dry, towel-dry, straightener, etc)?
    When my hair is somewhat long I only wash it with shampoo 2x's a week.shampoo is not good for my hair. It has sodium laureth sulfate in it which strips the hair of it's natural oils and makes my hair dry. I do wash my hair with conditioner when It's smelling funky inbetween my none shampooing days lol.

    When I buzz cut my head I put "grease in it and can wash it everyday.


    3) What product(s) do you use?
    Hair&scalp conditioner (aka Grease) by Tbc the olive oil one. I can't stand it it's soooo gross and nasty. I usually some other kinda that smells like coconut icon_smile.gif

    Shampoo-Neutrogena T/Gel shampoo. When I refuse to put grease in my hair I get bad danfruff and for $15 this works wonders. Head and shoulders is shit icon_razz.gif.

    Conditioner- Tresemme,Fructis(my favorite! it smells like apples) and Vo5.



    4) What effect(s) does each product have (provide texture, hardens, maintains shape, waxyiness, etc)?

    ummm it keeps my hair clean?icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 18, 2009 2:27 PM GMT
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    Oct 18, 2009 2:43 PM GMT
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    Oct 18, 2009 3:20 PM GMT
    thin, straight, and inclined to oiliness.

    shampoo every shower, condition every several.

    shampoo: alternate between tea tree, aveda, and redkin, depending on mood.
    styling: tea tree hair pomade



    the tea tree shampoo has a lot of mint in it so it stimulates the scalp (and feels tingly and cool lol). aveda's the same but more organic, less chemical. redkin is great for hair health with nutrients and stuff if you get the right one- i use one for thin hair because it gives it more thickness.
    the hair pomade i use is like a thick paste that is neither wax nor gel, and so is neither greasy nor hard when set, but has the perfect amount of hold (which my hair needs a lot of). and you can restyle throughout the day, so if someone messes my hair up i can just do it back again and it'll hold. i love it icon_smile.gif
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    Oct 18, 2009 3:49 PM GMT
    it takes a team of professionals to maintain this coiffure at all times, so I can be dragged through the streets of Paris in the rain and still emerge in a door way looking utterly and effortless flawless


    But it's worth every minute icon_twisted.gif
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    Oct 18, 2009 4:05 PM GMT
    The absolute best shampoo out there is Alterna Ten. All of their products seem to work amazingly well. My family has been usuing it for a while now.
    Alas, I recently found out that they use animal testing in their product development. So I can't use them.
    What I have been using is Tea Tree! Wow! It makes my scalp feel fantastic! Smells wonderful too.
    Cheers,
    Keith
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    Oct 18, 2009 4:15 PM GMT
    Musclequest saidThe absolute best shampoo out there is Alterna Ten. All of their products seem to work amazingly well. My family has been usuing it for a while now.
    Alas, I recently found out that they use animal testing in their product development. So I can't use them.
    What I have been using is Tea Tree! Wow! It makes my scalp feel fantastic! Smells wonderful too.
    Cheers,
    Keith
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    I used to love Alterna products, but now since I know they test on animals I don't use their products. My favorite shampoo when I had hair was Osmotics revitalizing shampoo. I just checked their web site and Osmotics does not test on animals. Im glad to say that most of the higher end cosmetic companies have stopped testing on animals, except for Elizabeth Arden.